Known for more than thousand years, Rhodiola rosea is widely used in the traditional Chinese medicine as an anti-stress in order to stimulate the immune system and an adaptogenic herb. The main components Rosavin and Salidroside are considered responsible for the excellent properties of Rhodiola Rosea.
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