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Rhodiola rosea (Rhodiola rosea L.)

Rhodiola rosea tlusticovitých of the family (Crassulaceae) is one of the model adaptogens studied since the time Brekhmann. An overview of basic information about it as the Panossian2010rrr .

Rhodiola is an adaptogen with classical reinforcing effects on several physiological systems (like ginseng ), such as the nervous and cardiovascular system. Among the main substances contained in Rhodiola include salidrosid, a tyrosol glucoside, phenol-containing diol derived from tyrosine deaminated. Salidrosid has anti-inflammatory and cytoprotective ( Guan2012pes , Qian2012sph etc.), Protects blood vessels ( Zhu2016spa ), liver ( Yang2016sao ) and is applied in the prevention and treatment of hypertension ( Chen2016sep , Lee2013rei , Spanakis2013pib ) and heart disease . Protective effect on brain when schemii documented studies Chen2016srp and others. It also confirms salidrosidu protective effect on memory ( Zhang2013sab , Palmeri2016sbc , Vasileva2016bec ).

It seems that Rhodiola is a suitable supplement during withdrawal from addictive substances (alcohol, nicotine etc.). When this has its effect on dopaminergic ( Blum2007mcc ) and serotonergic ( Mannucci2012sir ) system.

Lee2011ria and previous research shows the potential of Rhodiola against fat accumulation (adipogenesis).

Rhodiola also has an antidepressant effect commented eg. In Elalfy2012nad .

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