Rhodiola is most commonly found growing wild in Siberia. It likes cold, mountainous regions. Rhodiola rosea is one of 90 Rhodiola species, 60 of which are found in China, and 30 of which are found in Tibet.

Here Are Five Key Facts About Rhodiola:

  1. It is known to contain over 140 active ingredients!
  2. It is excellent for treating chronic lung ailments as tuberculosis, bronchitis, pneumonia, asthma, and chronic coughing.
  3. In TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine), Rhodiola is recognized for entering and supporting all five energetic systems: the Lung, Kidney, Spleen, Liver, and Heart.
  4. While the roots are most commonly used medicinally, the shoots, leaves, and stems are edible, though slightly bitter, and can be consumed raw or cooked.
  5. In Tibet, the herb is useful in aiding proper childhood development and growth.

Find out more about this important healing herb.

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