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What Are the Functions of Rhodiola Extract?

What Are the Functions of Rhodiola Extract?

1. Rhodiola rosea extract boosts your immune system


The immune system is stimulated in two ways by rhodiola rosea extract.


(1) By stimulating the immune system in a direct and specific manner. Rhodiola rosea extract improves cellular immunity, restoring the immune system to normal. This indicates that it boosts the body's resilience to the poisons that build up as diseases progress.


(2) Reduces the body's sensitivity to stress. When we are under a lot of stress and have to constantly draw energy from other systems, the end result is a weakened immune system and poor health. Rhodiola rosea extract also boosts B-cell immunity by preventing it from being suppressed by stress and fatigue.


2. Rhodiola rosea extract is an antioxidant powerhouse.


Rhodiola rosea is an antioxidant with a lot of power. It is an effective defense against age-related diseases by limiting the harmful effects of free radical damage.


3. Rhodiola rosea extract is beneficial to the body's processes.


Rhodiola rosea extract, like Siberian ginseng, is commonly used by athletes to improve body function. It appears to improve the muscle/fat ratio and raise blood haemoglobin and red blood cell levels, though the mechanism is still unknown.


4. Rhodiola rosea extract has anticancer properties.


The use of rhodiola rosea extract as an anti-cancer medicine has showed promise, and it may be especially beneficial when combined with other anti-tumour drugs. Rhodiola rosea extract supplementation decreased the growth of all tumor types, reduced liver metastasis, and extended survival time in mice implanted with cured Ehrlich adenocarcinoma and metastatic murine Pris lymphosarcoma. Directly inhibiting the growth and extent of metastasis of transplanted Lewis lung cancers, the drug was also administered. When rhodiola rosea extract was combined with the anti-tumour medicine cyclophosphamide in the same tumor model, the drug's anti-tumor and anti-metastatic activity was significantly increased. The existence of free radicals has been related to cancer-causing cell mutations. In addition, oral supplementation of Rhodiola rosea suppressed tumor growth in 39 percent of experimental rats and reduced metastasis in 50 percent of rats, according to Soviet researchers. In bladder cancer patients, it enhanced urinary tissues and immunity. In studies on other cancers, such as adenocarcinomas (glandular tissues like breast cancer) and lung malignancies, rhodiola rosea extract increased survival rates significantly.


5. Rhodiola rosea extract boosts sexual performance


Rhodiola rosea extract has a long history of being used to improve sexual performance in Russian and Far Eastern cultures. In a three-month open clinical research including 35 males suffering from weak erections, premature ejaculation, or both, 26 of the 35 patients admitted to significant changes in their sexual function after being treated with 100-150mgrhodiola rosea extract.


6. Rhodiola rosea extract helps improve memory


A proofreading experiment with 120 persons was used in a controlled placebo experiment on the effects of rhodiola rosea extract on mental function. Before and after consuming either rhodiola rosea extract or a placebo, the individuals were assessed. The test group improved significantly, while the control group remained unchanged. The capacity of members of both groups to finish the proofreading task within 24 hours of ingesting either the extract or the placebo was regularly checked. In the proofreading test, the frequency of mistakes increased significantly in the control group, whereas the decline in function was much reduced in the rhodiola rosea extract group.


7. Rhodiola rosea extract helps to maintain cardiovascular health


Stress-induced cardiovascular tissue damage and dysfunction were moderated by rhodiola rosea extract. In a state of acute freezing, rhodiola rosea extract helped stabilize contractility by preventing a drop in cardiac contractility due to ambient stress. A favorable adaptive response to this form of stress appears to be triggered by pre-treatment with Rhodiola rosea. When mice were given rhodiola rosea after being subjected to acute freezing, the decrease in cardiac contractility was prevented, while stable contractility of the heart tissue was maintained during the perfusion period.