Rodiola (Rhodiola) belongs among the classic adaptogens. The most well-known species is the Rhododendron rosary (Rhodiola rosea), but the rodent contains many other species whose healing properties are being studied. In addition to the pink rosette, the rosette ( Rhodiola crenulata ) is widely used in TČM.
Rhodiola resea is a popular adaptogen. Its main active ingredient is glycoside salidroside (also rhodioloside). Salidroside is a relatively simple molecule (glucoside tyrosol). The rosettes also include rosin, rosarin, rosavin, flavonoids (rhodionidin, rhodiolgin, rhodalidin, rhodionin, etc.), lignans and common plant terpenoids, which give it a distinctive aroma. Because information on the effects of storages could be interpreted as a " health claim " under Regulation (EC) No 1924/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council, please inform others about the effects of stalls.
The rootstock root ( rhizoma et radix rhodiolae ) is used in TČM to treat many different diseases. When using a stall to treat specific illnesses, follow the instructions of the TCM practitioner. In the Soviet Union, the staircase was recommended in 1969 by the Ministry of Health as an adaptogen. Its use has gradually spread to other European and non-European countries. Strippers can be used as other adaptogens. Typical use is in the form of a tea (tea) by pouring 2-5g of the sliced root with hot water.