Proprietarily Processed Siberian Rhodiola rosea
Thirty-five years of clinical studies have resulted in this nutraceutical
for mood elevation and improved mental and sports performance.
What is Rosavin?
Rhodiola rosea, trademarked Rosavin, is derived from the arctic regions of
eastern Siberia. It is one of the more fascinating plant species in the
world although quite unknown in the United States. It is the plant's roots that
provide adaptogenic characteristics. An adaptogen offers varied
physiological support to numerous systems in the body. Rosavin provides
extraordinary therapeutic benefits: It has been cited for extending longevity,
physical endurance as well as resistance to high altitude sickness. Rosavin also demonstrates anti-depressant qualities
History & Sciences
Siberians are wont to say: "People who drink Rhodiola tea will live to be
more than 100."
Little was known about Rhodiola rosea until 1931: It was then that Dr. L. Utkin,
a Russian botanist and nutritionist, discovered that the plant augmented
physical strength. Later, in 1947, the Russian scientist Professor Lasarev
determined that Rhodiola rosea actually helped increase the body's resistance to
numerous environmental stressors.
In all areas, subjects tested have shown improvement in overall physical and
mental states after taking as little as 100 mg per day. Additionally,
patients with pronounced depressive states from various origins have displayed
marked therapeutic improvement.
produce side effects?
Only in doses above 800 mg were mild side effects reported. These seem
to be limited to irritability, insomnia and minor discomfort. Virtually no
other side effects were observed.
Who should consider using Rosavin?
Those feeling blue, with depression or anxiety.
Anyone seeking increased mental alertness.
Those prone to Alzheimer's or Parkinson's disease.
Athletes, those involved in sporting activities.
As of March 2004, Rosavin has been improved by being combined with
crystalloid electrolytes and is being marketed as "Rosavin Plus".
Crystalloid electrolytes have the ability to draw dissolved particulates across
the cell membrane, thus increasing the absorption of Rosavin at the cellular
Rosavin Plus is provided in vegetarian capsules each
containing 150 mg of Rosavin and 200 mcg of crystalloid electrolytes. Each
bottles contains 90 capsules.
Common Questions about Rosavin
Q. Does Rosavin build up in the body like Echinacea?
A. No, Rosavin does not demonstrate residual build up in one's system.
Q. Are there any none contraindications with Rosavin?
A. No contraindications have been observed.
Q. Is Rosavin safe for children?
A. Yes, Rosavin is safe for children: Under nine years of age, the recommended
dosage is 50 mg. per day. Those ten and older may utilize the normally
Q. Is Rosavin suitable for pregnant or nursing mothers?
A. No. While clinical trials with Rosavin effectively portray its safety, few
supplements are ever advocated for pregnant or nursing mothers.
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