In order to quickly explain the difference between these two types of extracts of medicinal fresh plants , we will first see the SIPF method, to then highlight the 2 final and original steps of the EPS process: leaching where the alcohol is added to the mixture of cryomilled plant, gradually increasing the alcoholic degree and the addition of glycerin , after evaporation of the alcohol and dosage of the tracer, the last operation consists in adding glycerin of vegetable origin to guarantee product standardization. The SIPF process The SIPF process is a manufacturing process which has the particularity of conserving all of the constituents as they were in the native state in the fresh...See article
EFG PhytoFrance RHODIOLE 125ml reconditioned
Food supplement based on RHODIOLE fluid extract (Standardized and stabilized)
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EFG PhytoFrance RHODIOLE 125ml reconditioned
Dietary supplement based on Rhodiole fluid extract (Standardized and stabilized) Alcohol-free
EFG are fluid extracts, produced from selected plants whose origin is traced.
They are obtained according to a patented process that respects the integrity of the plant. These extracts are standardized and ensure a constant and stable content of active ingredients.
Properties of the EFG PhytoFrance Rhodiole
- Anti-depressive (1)
- Adaptogen (2)
1 LUVAN DIERMEN D et al. Monoamine oxidase inhibition by Rhodiola rosea L. roots. J Ethnopharmacol. 2009; 122 (2): 397-401.
2 SPASOV AA et al. A double-blind, placebo-controlled pilot study of the stimulating and adaptogenic effect of Rhodiola rosea SHR-5, a result of stress during an examination of a repeated low-dose regimen. Phytomedicine 2000; 7 (2): 85-9.
Rhodiola ( rhodiola rosea ) is also traditionally known for its stimulating properties:
- Anti-fatigue, increases physical and mental performance
- Against memory deficits: promotes attention, intellectual ability and memorization. Anti-stress in students during exams. Memory for studies of children and adults.
- Fight against anxiety and on senile dementia
- Nicotine withdrawal and weaning of tobacco in a natural way
- Normalizes the heartbeat and lowers blood pressure.
- Allows the absorption of iron and ensures a good blood glucose - insulin level
- Effect on the immune system
Tips for using the PhytoFrance EFG Rhodiole EPS
5 ml PhytoFrance RHODIOLE EPS, 1 to 2 times / day (dosing pipette provided in the case)
Duration of the supplementation: 9 to 18 days. To renew according to needs.
To be taken outside of meals, to be diluted in a large glass of water, or a fruit juice.
Precautions of the EFG PhytoFrance Rhodiole
This dietary supplement can not replace a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Excess use may result in laxative effects.
To consume preferably before end and number of batch mentioned on the lower face of the holster.
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Store at room temperature. Keep out of reach of children.
Composition of the EFG PhytoFrance Rhodiole
Rhodiola extract - Rhodiola rosea L. (Root), stabilized in glycerine of plant origin.
Also known as "pink orpine", "pink rhodiole" or "golden root", the rhodiole owes its Latin name to the subtle smell of rose released by its rhizomes when they are cut. It has been used in traditional Russian and Scandinavian medicine for centuries. The Vikings used it as a tonic, Inuit and Lappers used the leaves for their stimulating effects. Traditional Chinese medicine used various preparations of this plant to increase physical performance, reduce fatigue, against various infections ...
In his book De Materia Medica, Dioscoride, in 77 AD, postponed for the first time medicinal applications of rodia riza. Linnaeus renamed it: Rhodiola rosea by the similarity of the smell of rose released by the freshly cut roots.
In traditional folk medicine rhodiola rosea root is used to improve physical stamina, work productivity, resistance to altitude sickness and fatigue. As well as against depressions, anemia, impotence, infections and disorders of the nervous system.
In Europe, it is traditionally used mainly for external use as antirheumatic. Recent work has shown activity in heart disease but its current craze comes from its adaptogenic and immunostimulant properties particularly studied in Russia and China. Since 1960 more than 180 pharmacological, phytochemical and clinical studies have been published (51% in animals and 94% in humans).
PhytoFrance EPS or are obtained by the " EFG " extraction process that respects the integrity and completeness of the active ingredients present in the plant.
We suggest you to prepare your PhytoFrance EFG blends , according to the formulas recommended by your Naturopath .
Standardized Fresh Plant Extracts of R. rosea root have a stimulating effect. Cognitive functions (attention, memory, learning) are increased hence the use recommended to slow memory deficits. Studies show an increase in physical and mental performance. Considering these data, numerous tests were undertaken around 1970 on Russian athletes, tending to prove the beneficial effects of rhodiola on the increase of performances. In humans, in a study involving 53 healthy subjects and 412 with various neurotic disorders, psychostimulant effects were observed with positive action in asthenia.
Anti-fatigue and adaptogenic, the hydro-alcoholic extracts of R. rosea root promotes adaptation and resistance to stress. It promotes attention, intellectual ability and memorization. Double-blind studies have clearly demonstrated this anti-stress effect in students undergoing exams
In one study, the authors show that the hydro-alcoholic extract of roots of Rhodiola rosea L. exerts a powerful anti-depressive activity by inhibiting MAO A and can also find an application in the control of senile dementia, by its action inhibiting MAO B.
In recent studies in mice, the authors have shown that the hydroalcoholic extracts of Rhodiola rosea reduce the signs of nicotine withdrawal (anxiety, somatic signs and locomotor activity).
In addition to its well-known "adaptogenic" activities, Rhodiola is also a cardio-protective and regulator of the heart muscle. It normalizes the heartbeat immediately after intense physical exertion and lengthens the cardiac contraction phase while lowering blood pressure. This effect is probably due to its inhibitory effect on angiotensin (ACE), where the authors show that the alcoholic extracts of Rhodiola rosea have a greater action (38.5%) than the aqueous extracts (36.2%). ).
Rhodiola is also an anti-radical: its antioxidant properties have been the subject of many studies. It inhibits many enzymes (phospholipase A2 - COX-2), has a strong inhibitory activity of xanthine oxidase, xanthine oxidase plays an important role in the absorption of iron in the small intestine and its mobilization in the liver. The reduction of xanthine oxidase activity is associated with a concomitant decrease in iron transport in the blood.
Metabolically, Rhodiola has a hepatic protective effect. The hydroalcoholic extracts normalize the activity of aspartate aminotransferase, alkaline phosphatase, and urea and bilirubin peptides. These extracts would promote good blood sugar by acting on insulin levels and correcting pancreatic hypoxia.
Rhodiola rosea is also antiseptic, the root alcoholic extract has an inhibitory activity against Staphylococcus aureus. The flavonoid fraction extracted from Rhodiola rosea exerts antiviral activity. The root alcoholic extract enhances the activity of the immune system by activating the production of NK (Natural Killers) cells.
If Rhodiola rosea is a plant with multiple effects and is devoid of toxicity, it remains no less true that like all plants, it is a remedy intended to "correct a state" and not a banal plant, "object of trade ". Its unmarked use would lead to a rarefaction of the species, which unfortunately is occurring in some harvesting areas.
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The Latin appellation for Rhodiola derives from the Greek word rhodios , used by the Greek philosopher Dioscorides when he first described the plant in his De Materia medica (77 AD), as Rodio riza , in reference to the smell of rose given off by the root, once cut. Its vernacular name of golden root is an allusion to its legendary reputation as a panacea plant . A little history Its many properties, demonstrated by contemporary science, place it at the forefront of phytoadaptogens , in the same way as ginseng or eleutherococcus , with a more marked tropism for the psychic sphere , especially in the event of mood disorders and cognitive weakness . Rhodiola is undoubtedly the plant of...See article