Rhodiola Rosea avec Ginseng


Réduisez votre fatigue mentale et physique

  • Extrait concentré de rhodiola et de racine de ginseng en dose efficace
  • Améliore la performance sportive
  • Réduit la somnolence diurne
  • Soutient le corps en période de stress
Sans Gluten
Sans OGM


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Rhodiola rosea et Panax ginseng sont des plantes adaptogènes, ce qui signifie qu’elles soutiennent la capacité du corps à gérer le stress. La rhodiola est un adaptogène classique en ce sens qu’elle équilibre les niveaux d’hormones et de neurotransmetteurs normalement associés à la réponse au stress de l’organisme. Toutefois, la rhodiola est unique parmi les adaptogènes en ce qu’il a été cliniquement démontré qu’elle augmente les réserves d’énergie et réduit le cortisol, principale hormone de stress de l’organisme.

Il a été démontré que Panax ginseng améliore le rendement pendant les périodes de stress mental ou physique, comme à l’école ou lors d’exercices intenses, et peut également favoriser l’utilisation du sucre sanguin. Panax ginseng a été étudié chez des tranches de populations allant des femmes présentant des symptômes ménopausiques aux patientes atteintes de maladie pulmonaire obstructive chronique (MPOC), et s’est révélé utile pour l’amélioration de la capacité fonctionnelle.

Avantage AOR

Rhodiola Rosea avec Ginseng d’AOR est un excellent support à base de plantes pour les sportifs, étudiantes, femmes ménopausées, femmes au style de vie physiquement ou mentalement exigeant, ou celles souffrant de maladies telles que la MPOC où la capacité d’exercice est affectée.




Utilisé en phytothérapie pour favoriser la capacité et la performance physique en cas de stress physique. Peut aussi favoriser la glycémie, la fonction cognitive et réduire la fatigue mentale en cas de stress mental.


AOR certifie que tous les ingrédients sont mentionnés sur l’étiquette. Ne contient ni blé, ni gluten, ni maïs, ni noix, ni arachide, ni graine de sésame, ni sulfite, ni moutarde, ni soja, ni produit laitier, ni œuf, ni poisson, ni mollusque, ni crustacé ou produit d’origine animale.

Posologie Adulte

Prendre une capsule deux fois par jour ou selon les recommandations d’un professionnel de la santé. Pour emploi occasionnel uniquement, à moins de l’avis contraire d’un professionnel de la santé.

Mises en Garde

Consulter un professionnel de la santé avant d’utiliser ce produit si vous êtes enceinte ou si vous allaitez, si vous êtes diabétique, si vous prenez des antidépresseurs, des anticoagulants, de la digoxine ou pour une utilisation au-delà de 3 mois. Certaines personnes peuvent souffrir d’insomnie, d’anxiété ou de céphalées, auquel cas, cesser l’utilisation.

Main Applications
  • Physical or psychological stress
  • Immune function
  • Sports nutrition

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Portion: une capsule
Rhodiola rosea (min. 3 % de rosavine, 1 % de salidroside)
100 mg
Panax ginseng (extrait 30:1)
100 mg

† Unité formant colonie

Ingrédients non médicinaux : stéarylfumarate de sodium.

Cardiovascular AdaptationWhen lab animals are subjected to extreme cold or to massive doses of the stress hormone adrenaline, the regular, controlled beating of their hearts is disrupted and the oxygen supply is temporarily cut off. But Rhodiola supplements prevent arrhythmia, reduce the damage to the muscle cells of the heart, and balance the overflow of stress neurotransmitters normally associated with these stressors.As another example of the adaptive, balancing effect of Rhodiola, its key component salidroside has been found to prevent excessive blood sugar levels after an injection of adrenaline (which normally causes the body to pump out more glucose) and to prevent blood sugar levels from falling too low after an injection of insulin.Panax ginseng has also been studied extensively for blood sugar control, but a recent meta-analysis found that the results on this topic have been inconsistent, possibly due to varying ginsenoside content of the different extracts used. However, a recent 12-week study on menopausal women showed significant reductions in the thickness of the carotid artery wall, in LDL and in Total Cholesterol, as well as in a menopausal symptoms rating scale with 3g of Panax ginseng per day.Physical Performance and COPDClinical trials have observed the effects of both Rhodiola rosea and Panax ginseng intake on physical performance in healthy adults, and Panax ginseng is even known to be a safe supplement to improve the physical capacity of those suffering from COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). Both herbs can increase time to exhaustion and improve breathing parameters. Athletes have been known to consume Panax ginseng before an event. Interestingly, one Rhodiola study showed that physical performance parameters did not improve more over 28 days of supplementation than they already had after just 2 days!CognitionIn another study, a Rhodiola rosea extract along with a combination of vitamins and minerals was given to 120 adults with physical and cognitive deficiencies in a 12 week drug monitoring study. There was a significant improvement in these deficiencies, with observed improvements in symptoms such as exhaustion, decreased motivation, daytime sleepiness, sleep disturbances, concentration deficiencies, forgetfulness, susceptibility to stress and irritability. This is likely due to Rhodiola’s ability to influence the levels of several neurotransmitters in the brain. In rats, Rhodiola Rosea has been found to benefit learning and memory, as well as responses to stress.Panax ginseng has been reported to promote a sense of calmness during mental stress and improve working memory and cognitive endurance during mentally demanding tasks. One study showed improved calmness and better mental math skills with 400mg over just 8 days. It has also been studied in small subject groups as a potential support for those with Alzheimer’s, although larger studies are needed.How Do They Work?Animal studies have given us some clues to the neurochemical basis of these effects: Rhodiola has well-documented effects on the metabolism of a variety of neurotransmitters. For instance, Rhodiola enhances the transport of the serotonin precursors tryptophan and 5-hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP) across the blood-brain barrier, and decreases the action of the serotonin-degrading catechol-O-methyltransferase (COMT) enzyme. It also boosts brain levels of dopamine, acetylcholine, and norepinephrine, all of which are key neurotransmitters targeted by major classes of antidepressant drugs. Rhodiola also appears to influence the synthesis, levels, and/or activity of endorphins and enkephalins, since blocking the receptors for some of these “feel-good” peptides negates some of Rhodiola’s effects.On the other hand, the mechanisms of action of Panax ginseng on the stress response are not yet well understood. However, they are thought to affect any combination of the hypothalamic –pituitary-adrenal axis (the hormonal stress axis), neurotransmitter signaling or the cardiovascular system (for example, improved nitric oxide production).It is often difficult to pin down exactly how adaptogens work, possibly because the stress response is a combination of so many different body processes including physical, emotional and mental. However, we do know that they work, giving our bodies the extra boost they need to keep going.

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