Q: What is Rosavin and is it a natural product?
A: Rosavin is Ameriden's proprietary processed Siberian Rhodiola rosea. Rhodiola rosea belongs to special class of botanical plants known as adaptogens. In addition to its therapeutic and nutritive advantages in the area of improved mental health (such as depression, anxiety, and stress), Rosavin demonstrates effectiveness in the area of physical performance (energy, stamina, and longevity). Rosavin is all natural, contains no synthetic isolates, and has no known side-affects.
Q. Does Rosavin build up in the body?
A. No, Rosavin does not demonstrate residual build up in one's system.
Q. How much Rosavin should I take?
A. Suggested use: 100 to 300 mg per day as a dietary supplement.
Q. Are there any none contraindications with Rosavin?
A. No contraindications with other drugs have been observed. Rosavin is not an MAO inhibitor.
Q. Is Rosavin safe for children?
A. Yes, Rosavin is safe for children: Under nine years of age, the suggested use is 50 mg. per day. Those ten and older may utilize the normally recommended amount. See you regular healthcare provider in all cases.
Q. Is Rosavin suitable for pregnant or nursing mothers?
A. Unknown. While clinical trials with Rosavin effectively portray its safety, few supplements are ever advocated for pregnant or nursing mothers. Please check with your healthcare provider before taking any health supplement.
Q: Are there any clinical studies on Rhodiola rosea?
A: Yes. Rhodiola rosea has been studied and used for centuries. In legendary Siberian folk medicine, the roots of the Rhodiola rosea plant were used to increase physical endurance, resistance to high altitude sickness, and to decrease depression and fatigue. There are over 71 years of clinical reports showing the amazing therapeutic properties of this bioactive botanical. In 1931 Russian botanist and nutritionist Dr. L. Utkin discovered that the plant augmented physical strength and as far back as 1947, Russian scientist Professor Lasarez determined that Siberian Rhodiola rosea helped increase the body's resistance to numerous environmental stressors. For specific studies, abstracts, and other supporting data, please visit our Archives section.
Q: What is the difference between Siberian Rhodiola rosea and other types of Rhodiola?
A: There are over 200 species of Rhodiola, however Siberian Rhodiola rosea (Rosavin) offers several unique properties, which are distinctive to it alone and proven helpful in the treatment of depression and weight management, including its unique adipose lipase activation. According to researchers, only true Siberian Rhodiola rosea contains the phytonutrients rosavin, rosin, rosarin, and salidroside, while its counterparts contain only salidroside.