SOURCE Enzymatic Therapy Inc.
Enzymatic Therapy, an innovator in nutritional supplements and natural medicine, has introduced Rhodiola Energy(TM), a Rhodiola rosea extract based on the clinically studied herb featured in the Feb. 3 issue of Newsweek magazine.
Donald Brown, N.D., a noted herbal authority and a member of Enzymatic Therapy's Scientific Advisory Board notes studies where Rhodiola rosea helps alleviate stress and improves energy levels without the letdown many people get with other energy products. He also predicts Rhodiola rosea could become the next herb of choice for people looking for a short term energy boost and everyday stress relief.
Rhodiola rosea is a traditional herb used for thousands of years in Siberia to make an energy enhancing tea.
In the Enzymatic Therapy release, Brown observes, "Clinical studies of medical students, military cadets and physicians have demonstrated that extracts made from Rhodiola rosea improved mental performance, increased work output, and decreased fatigue," Dr. Brown said. However, "Consumers should check labels to make sure they are getting Rhodiola rosea, not Rhodiola sacra or other species. Only Rhodiola rosea contains the active ingredient rosavins." Brown also advises users check products to ensure they contain at least 3 percent rosavins and 1 percent salidroside, amounts associtated with optimal results.
Enzymatic Therapy Inc., headquartered in Green Bay, Wis., manufactures and distributes more than 200 natural medicines, nutritional supplements, vitamins and herbal extracts sold through health food stores nationwide.
CONTACT: Christy Maier of Enzymatic Therapy Inc., +1-920-469-4427,