Lamberts Rhodiola Rosea 500mg Tablets 60
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Lamberts Rhodiola Rosea 500mg Tablets:
- The species of Rhodiola that is both widely used and trusted, with a long tradition of use
- It is thought to contain a variety of potentially active compounds, the most talked about being the rosavins
- This product is made in the UK to pharmaceutical GMP standards
- Suitable for Vegans and Vegetarians
Lamberts Rhodiola Rosea as a standardised extract Providing 3% Rosavins per 2 tablets:
Lamberts Rhodiola Rosea, also known as Golden root or Roseroot, is one of 50 different species of rhodiola and it is this species that is both widely used and trusted, with a long tradition of use.
Rhodiola Rosea is thought to contain a variety of potentially active compounds, the most talked about being the rosavins. Lamberts® Rhodiola Rosea extract is equivalent to 500mg of Rhodiola Rosea with a guaranteed level of 3% rosavins per 2 tablets.
How to take Lamberts Rhodiola Rosea 500mg Tablets:
Take 2 tablets daily with a meal.
Two tablets deliver:
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|Suitable for||Vegan, Vegetarian|
|Age Range||15-35, 36-49, Over 50|
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