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The Rhodiola-Rosea Input

This input has been one the most favorable aside from Bapoca Monnerri—for the powerful adaptogen effects and to it being that finishing touch to all nootropic stacks. Here’s some insights on Bacopa that i’ve posted The Bapoca Input. #Biohacking.

Rhodiola rosea, also known by the names Artic Root and the Goldenroot is a beautiful flowering perennial plant. The herb is commonly used to benefit muscle recovery after a workout, enhance memory, boost immune system function and reduce stress—the benefits are attributed to adaptogen compounds found within the plant. Adaptogens are believed to enhance immunity and promote resistance to infection and disease. Adaptogens also support and maintain homeostasis of hormones and surpress cortisol within the body.

They also offer antioxidant, anti-mutagenic, as well as anti-aging properties. Adaptogens are defined as a natural compounds that support the body’s ability to adapt and to reduce and possibly eliminate stress. In order to be classified as an adaptogen—an herb must be non-toxic when taken at the recommended dosage and benefit health and wellness for the entire body and when stacked correctly, it can be outfitted to optimize one organ—the brain when stacked with Bapoca, Alpha GPC and HupA The HupA Input. #Biohacking

Rhodiola has been shown to aid and promote homeostasis, or a natural state of balance in the individual. The anti-oxidant effects of rhodiola rosea can help to protect against damage caused by free radicals. Anti-oxidants restrict or inhibit the ability of other molecules to oxidize. Think of rust that builds up on the rims of a bike or old chains. That is caused by oxidation. The oxidation causes harmful damage and can disrupt your whole metabolism down to the cells found in your skin, your muscle tissues, and your organs. Antioxidants found in Rhodiola Rosea search and destroy free radicals them by lending electrons and supporting cellular health, wellness and promote anti-aging benefits.

Research implies that if you’re looking for a natrual way to boost energy and increase athletic performance, then Rhodiola-Rosea may be for you especially if you’re not fond of aweful tasting BCAA’s. Today, one of the most popular uses of Rhodiola is for increasing energy, stamina and strength. Rhodiola may help increase your stamina and endurance by increasing your red blood cell count and lowering oxidative damage. Red blood cells (RBC) carry oxygen to muscles, and having a higher count can dramatically improve an athlete’s performance and help to delay fatigue. Rhodiola benefits work by boosting EPO, also known as erythropoietin, which stimulates RBC production—according to a study published in the International Journal of Sports Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism in 2004, rhodiola has anti-inflammatory benefits that aid rapid recovery of muscles and improve endurance. Another study performed on rats found that supplementing with rhodiola could bolster endurance by allowing the animals to swim almost 25% percent longer. The improvements happened because Rhodiola was found to increase synthesis of Adenosine Triphosphate ( ATP ) which is essential for cellular energy. More on ATP here Ketosis, a true human superpower. #Biohacking #Psychology

Rhodiola rosea also provides protection against excess inflammation. Components of this herb increase the synthesis of natural killer cells in the spleen and gastrointestinal tract through its ability to moderate release of glucocorticoids in the body—sort of like Ashwaganda.

This results in stable hormone production and release balances with fewer side effects. Glucocorticoids are chemicals produced by the immune system that also help reduce inflammation.The properties found in Rhodiola rosea like Salidroside and Rosavins are adaptogenic in nature, providing a variety of benefits to medical issues that range from reducing the severity of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) to improving the body’s resistance to colds and flu—which work beautifully with Colloidal Silvers These adaptogens also help impede symptomatic depression and enhance the functions of the thyroid and thymus gland.

Rhodiola Rosea supplements and the Tea are often used to help relieve headaches, hypertension, fatigue, and improve mental alertness and physical as well as sexual performance. Many people take Rhodiola-Rosea to help improve sleep and for the treatment of insomnia—which one could argue B-12 does the same thing stimulating an early release of melatonin a few hours before bed time, Last but not least the herb is known to enhance exercise output and improve muscle recovery following exercise whilst supercharging the production of ATP.


Devon UI

I’m a Biohacker | Psychologist | Bibliophile, My insight’s are derived from deep Biblical and Scientific analyses—Politics are fun too.

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