Get a Handle on Stress!

Did you know that nearly 80% of all illnesses are stress related?

If you can reduce stress and it’s effects on your systems, you can reduce your risks for serious health challenges. So you’re probably wondering, “How do I handle stress?” Here’s one simple answer — give Rhodiola a try.

Here’s what we want to do. Since you took the time to visit us, we would like to share with you a FREE SAMPLE of Rhodiola because we know how beneficial it can be for you! Not only will it help your body handle stress, but it will also aid you with increased energy, better concentration, and improved overall mental and physical performance.  It is safe and effective, and we’re happy to prove it. We are not doctors, but our own research and our own personal results are the reasons we share this product with such strong confidence. We also have several awesome testimonials from delighted customers who have experienced the benefits of Rhodiola in their lives. Now it’s your turn!

Fill out the form below and we will send you a free sample. It’s that simple. We want you to WIN in the health department of your life, and we strongly believe that Rhodiola can help you be victorious. You really have nothing to lose and EVERYTHING to gain!

**This offer is currently only valid for those residing in the United States and Puerto Rico. We are also proud to send a sample to any of our brave service men and women abroad with an APO address.


About Rhodiola

Rhodiola (Rhodiola rosea), sometimes called Arctic root or golden root, is considered an adaptogenic herb, meaning that it acts in non-specific ways to increase resistance to stress, without disturbing normal biological functions. The herb grows at high altitudes in the arctic areas of Europe and Asia, and its root has been used in traditional medicine in Russia and the Scandinavian countries for centuries. Studies of its medicinal applications have appeared in the scientific literature of Sweden, Norway, France, Germany, the Soviet Union and Iceland. Rhodiola is still widely used in Russia as a tonic and remedy for fatigue, poor attention span, and decreased memory; it is also believed to make workers more productive. In Sweden and other Scandinavian countries it is used to increase the capacity for mental work and to boost general strength and vitality.

A 2002 review in HerbalGram, the journal of the American Botanical Council, reported that numerous studies of rhodiola in both humans and animals have indicated that it helps prevent fatigue, stress, and the damaging effects of oxygen deprivation. Evidence also suggests that it acts as an antioxidant, enhances immune system function, and can increase sexual energy. Rhodiola’s efficacy was confirmed in a 2011 review of 11 placebo-controlled human studies. The reviewers considered studies that all had study designs rated as moderate to good quality, and the analysis of their combined data concluded that rhodiola might have beneficial effects on physical performance, mental performance, and certain mental health conditions. The reviewers noted that very few adverse events are reported, suggesting a good safety profile.

In addition, a study published in 2007 in the Nordic Journal of Psychiatry, showed that patients with mild-to-moderate depression who took a rhodiola extract reported fewer symptoms of depression than those who took a placebo. A small human trial of rhodiola at UCLA published in 2008, reported significant improvement in 10 people with generalized anxiety who took the herb for 10 weeks. Side effects were generally mild or moderate in severity. The most common unwanted effects were dizziness and dry mouth. Rhodiola appears to work faster than conventional antidepressants, often in less than a week. (Source: Dr. Andrew Weil, M.D.)

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