Whether you’re feeling stressed, anxious or exhausted, help restore a sense of wellbeing with Rhodiola Stress Relief. This traditional herbal remedy has been used over the centuries to promote feelings of calm and relaxation during trying times. Our formulation harnesses Rhodiola, a powerful plant found in arctic areas of Asia and Europe, which features rosavin, salidroside and other polyphenols to help balance nerves and temporarily relieve feelings of mind anxiety, nervousness and stress.
Please Note: the BBE date for this product is July 2019
Not suitable if under 18 years, pregnant, breastfeeding, or suffering from liver or kidney disease. Always read the label.
You can also read the Patient Information Leaflet.
Please note that we are unable to deliver our Traditional Herbal Remedies outside of the UK. Please do not add them to your basket if your delivery address is not in the UK as it will delay the dispatch of your order.
200mg Rhodiola root and rhizome extract (1.5-5:1) (equivalent to 300-1000mg of Rhodiola whole root and rhizome).
Take 2 tablets daily (adults and elderly), one before breakfast and one before lunch, preferably 30 minutes before food intake
Not suitable if under 18 years, pregnant, breastfeeding, or suffering from liver or kidney disease.
5 From 1 review(s)
By Mrs P Tennent - 12 November 2012
Highly recommend these for getting through a rough patch.
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