Golden Root tincture - 50ml

Golden Root (Rhodiola rosea), the common name rose root, roseroot, western roseroot, Aaron's rod, Arctic root, king's crown, orpin rose - has a positive effect on asthenic conditions after infectious diseases, intoxication, physical and mental trauma.

Similarly, its antipyretic effect, treating stomach and some gynecological diseases...

Content

  1. Description of herb

  2. Healing effects

  3. Preparation and dosing

  4. Side effects

Ingredients

Water, fine fermented alcohol (alc. 30% by volume), Golden root (Rhodiola rosea) (10%).

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Storage

Store in a dry place at room temperature. Do not store in direct sunlight or in frost.

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Country of origin

Czech Republic

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Description of herb

Rhodiola - Golden root (Rhodiola rosea) - a low, fat-leaved medicinal plant with extensive effects, the collection of which in the past caused almost its extinction and is now considered critically endangered.

It grows mainly in the Arctic and subarctic regions of the northern hemisphere, very rarely occurs in glacial cauldrons, grows in mountain meadows, around rivers, in sparse deciduous and mixed forests or in cages, on moist, imperfectly drained rocky slopes grassed or covered with rubble or boulders. or in crevices of rocks with permanently seeping water.

Its effectiveness is compared to Ginseng and in some cases is even higher.

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Healing effects

Its tonic effects have been known for more than 400 years.

It has a positive effect on asthenic conditions after infectious diseases, intoxications, physical and mental traumas. It also describes its antipyretic effect, treatment of gastric and some gynecological diseases. It activates thyroid function, but also increases blood pressure.

It is characterized mainly by stimulating and adaptogenic effects in fatigue, impotence, anemia, nervous diseases, diseases of the stomach, thyroid and ovaries.

Adapttogenic effects, tonic effect, beneficial effect on blood sugar have been demonstrated. It can protect against infection and reduce edema after it. It stimulates the CNS in patients with neurasthenia, neurosis and depression, improves perception, memory, eliminates irritability and discomfort in the heart area in patients recovering from surgery.

It is used as an adjunct in the treatment of Parkinson's disease, infectious liver diseases, mild forms of diabetes and sexual impotence of mental origin.

It is considered a tonic that improves the overall physical and mental health and further increases sexual vitality, directly treats liver disease, burns, cancer, improves memory and increases overall immunity.

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Active substances

In addition to high proportions of organic acids (eg citric, tartaric, malic, oxalic, succinic, fumaric, gallic and coffee acids), essential oils and tannins, it contains three different groups of substances.

The first includes flavonoids such as tricine and rhodionine.

In the second, the compounds are derived from 2,6-octadiene, such as rosiridol and rosiridine.

The third group consists of heteroglycosides with the aglycone cinnamyl alcohol and 2- (4-hydroxyphenyl) ethanol.

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Properties

Adaptogen, tonic, antimutagent.

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Recommended at

  • irritability and fatigue
  • anemia
  • neurasthenia, neurosis and depression
  • impotence
  • nervous diseases
  • diseases of the stomach and ovaries
  • improves perception and memory
  • an adjunct in the treatment of Parkinson's disease and mild diabetes
  • regulates thyroid function
  • adjusts the menstrual cycle
  • is suitable in low blood pressure

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Dosing

20 drops 2-3 times a day in a small amount of drink 15-20 minutes before meals.

The maximum recommended daily dose (60 drops) contains 51 mg of root extract.

The treatment lasts 12-14 days.

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Side effects

Neither has adverse side effects but is not intended for children, pregnant and lactating women.

Not recommended for people with high blood pressure.

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