February 14, 2016


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How does Rhodiola work?

Roseroot extracts might help protect cells from damage, regulate heartbeat, and have the potential for improving learning and memory. However, none of these effects have been studied in humans.

Are there safety concerns?

Roseroot seems to be safe when taken by mouth, short-term, for up to ten weeks. The safety of long-term use is not known. Roseroot sometimes causes dizziness and dry mouth.

Do not take roseroot if:
  • You are pregnant or breast-feeding.

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