Roserot is a component of the Biofiton Energy Booster supplement.
Thanks to the unique cryogenic grinding technology (Cryo Grinding) up to 100% of the cells are opened, increasing the efficiency and power of herbs several times.
Roserot (Rhodiola rosea, fr. rhodiole rose, ger. Rosenwurz, it. Rodiola rosea, sw. rosenrot) – A species of plant belonging to the Crassulaceae family. Native species. Another popular name is golden root.
Action: stimulating (increases the efficiency of the body), strengthening and adaptogenic (increases the body’s endurance to stress and other adverse environmental factors, increases resistance to disease). From the rhizome and the roots of the rosary Rhodiolae fluidum is produced.
Medical raw material is a rhizome with roots. It contains a huge amount of active substances: phenol alcohol, salidroside glycosides, rosearin, rosin, rosin, numerous flavonoids, phenolic acids, organic acids (succinic, citric, malic, oxalic), tannins, fats, wax, steroids, oxycumarin, sugars and many others.
A plant forming lush clumps.
Thick, juicy, round, light green color, not branched. It reaches a height of 40 cm. Rhizomes very thick, twisted. They overwinter shallow underground, sometimes even just above the ground. When ground, they have a characteristic smell, similar to the smell of roses.
Thick, fleshy, lower egg-shaped, upper-lanceolate shape, pointed, serrated on top of the edges. Covered with a thick layer of wax, they appear greasy when touched. They grow twisted on the stem. They have a characteristic blue-green color, and turn yellow and red in autumn.
Small flowers collected at the top of the shoots in inflorescences called podbaldachami (these are abnormal umbels). Dioecious plant. On some specimens there are only female inflorescences, on others only male. The female flowers are usually without crown flakes, or have only small petals and 1 or 2 posts. The male flowers have 4 petals of the crown, 4 divisions of the cup and 8 stamens. Crown flakes of different plants can have a different color – from green, through yellow to red. An insect-pollinated plant pollinated by flies.
Bellows containing numerous dark brown oblong-ovate seeds.
The rosary is found throughout the polar area – in North America, Europe and Asia.
Perennial, rhizomal geophyte. Seeds can be spread by wind and water. Habitat: Occurs in mountain herbs, scar margins, over mountain streams, among rocks, on low grasslands. Arctic-Alpine species, oreophyte. Its vertical range in the Tatra Mountains is 2629 m a.s.l. (occurs on the Ice Top). The rosary grows on both granite and limestone.