“Stress Less For Poker Success” Formula – Ingredient # 1 Rhodiola Rosea
Literally, almost a hundred or so research papers or medical reviews come across my desk every couple of days. I guess you can say I collect them. See, whenever I meet someone in the medical field, I always make sure I leave my e-mail address with them just in case they come across any information about nutraceuticals. I like everything I read. As they say, knowledge is power.
Thus, rarely do I get excited about an herbal product. It takes a lot to earn my trust, let alone my hard-earned money. There is a considerable amount of evidence supporting her that I would even think twice about testing. There’s so much rift-raft in the dietary supplement industry. I was fooled long ago during my “believe every miracle cure a marketer throws at me” days. I’m very wiser now. I can cut through the BS and get the right stuff down BandarQ.
Though I must admit, I am really excited about this first ingredient in my “Poker Success for Poverty Less” formula. Not only animals but also humans are very convincing. The science, the feedback, everything is very sound. All I can say is “I’m a believer.”
I just want to give you a quick overview of this ingredient. These are things you need to know so you can best evaluate whether or not you can benefit. I’ll tell you why I love poker players for this ingredient.
Rhodiola Rosea, a plant, is commonly found in mountainous regions of Europe and Asia. Traditional Asian and Eastern European medicine. In addition, it has been studied for over 35 years in Russia and Scandanavia, with a large majority of research. Now remember, the Russians were studying and using anabolic steroids well before the U.S. even knew what testosterone was. When it comes to performance enhancing supplements, Russians are usually near the forefront of innovation.
Action of Mechanism
I want you to try something. Stop reading this, put on your running shoes, and go outside. Yes, do it. It’ll make this article mean so much more. Now as far as you can go, you are going to die. Stop, and I want you to do some complex arithmetic. How about the first ten U.S. Presidents? Ok, something a little easier. How about your first, middle, and last name? Tough, isn’t it? That’s what stress can do to your mind. Now continue reading.
Rhodiola rosea is classified as an adaptogen, due to its ability to increase resistance to a host of chemical, biological, and physiological stressors. In layman’s terms, it protects you from all kinds of stress in a variety of ways. Adaptogens help keep the body in a state of healthy balance. When there is so much stress, it helps counteract it. When there’s too little stress, it helps the body increase its stress response.
Just a few of the different ways it works include:
Its ability to stop the enzymes responsible for the destruction of norepinephrine, epinephrine, and dopamine, along with those of neurotransmitters of transport. All three neurotransmitters are vital to mental performance. Think caffeine or stimulants when you hear the words norepinephrine and epinephrine.
Its ability to minimize the loss of norepinephrine and epinephrine from the adrenal gland during times of acute stress. This is one of the most influential doctors in the U.S. stated that there is an adrenal fatigue epidemic in the U.S. Any help your adrenal gland can get is extremely beneficial to your health.
Its ability to induce opiod peptide biosynthesis, along with activating peripheral and central opiod receptors. Yes, you heard me right. I said opiod.
Here’s a quick analogy that helps figure out exactly what Rhodiola Rosea does. Have you all worked out after a long break and got sore as all hell? Then, after a few weeks of working out, even though you are doing the exact same routine as the first time, you don’t even feel like you’re breaking a sweat. That’s adaptation. Rhodiola Rosea does almost the exact same thing, but its effects are more mental than physical. It gives your body that extra help it needs. It readies the defenses even before you experience the stress.
Because it helps keep a healthy balance in the body, you will get the most benefit from a mid-range dosage, even though some newer studies show that higher doses with treating depression and general anxiety disorder. Typically, you’ll want to stay in the dosing range of 100-170mg extract standardized to 3.6% rosavin. Some of the literature suggests that doses are lower and higher than those that are essentially ineffective. The most important aspect to pay attention to is the percentage of rosavin.