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New Video Explores The Health Benefits Of Rhodiola Rosea

With daily stress levels rising, this video examines the effectiveness of herbal remedies in tackling the problem.


London, UK 3 August 2013 -- Rachael Hodges, a freelance natural health writer, has released a new video that examines the evidence surrounding the health benefits of the adaptogenic herb, Rhodiola Rosea.

“I made this video review because there are so many great things to known about the properties of Rhodiola Rosea and as Youtube has so much traffic it was the most sensible route to get my message across”, said Hodges.

In her video, Hodges explains that Rhodiola Rosea is a hardy herbal plant that grows in the arctic regions of Russia, Scandinavia and China where it has been used for centuries by the local population to address a whole range of common health problem, including stress, fatigue and mental alertness.

“Although the health benefits of plants such as Rhodiola are widely understood in those parts of the world, recent research in the West has also indicated that this herb could play an important part as an alternative remedy”, she added.

New research by the University of California-Irvine concluded that fruit flies fed with Rhodiola Rosea actually lived 25% longer than their healthy relatives. “No one is suggesting that this herb would have the same dramatic impact on humans”, Hodges admitted “although research such as this adds to the growing body of evidence indicating how powerful these herbs can be”.

With the American Psychological Association (APA) reporting that more Americans are suffering from rising daily stress, natural remedies are becoming more well-known and have started to feature on popular TV shows.

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