Also indexed as:Golden Root, Rhodiola rosea, Roseroot
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Golden Root, Rhodiola rosea, Roseroot
The safety of rhodiola has not been firmly established. However, rhodiola has a history of centuries of folk use and has been the subject of many clinical studies. No side effects or interactions have been reported. Animal studies indicate that rhodiola has a low level of toxicity, and that there is a huge margin of safety at the typical recommended intake amounts.20 There is no information available about the safety of rhodiola in pregnancy or lactation.
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