Roseroot

Where can I see the Roseroot

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A Roseroot, Rhodiola rosea, is a perennial flowering plant that grows in cold climates, typically in arctic and alpine regions.

The roots of the Roseroot have been used for centuries as a natural remedy for fatigue, anxiety, and depression.

The plant itself is characterized by its thick green stem and small yellow flowers, occasionally tipped red. It can be found growing in rocky areas and near streams.

The best time to see a Roseroot in the wild is late summer or early fall.

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Geeky Facts about the Roseroot

Fact 1

Roseroot is the second North American plant after ginseng to be recognized as an adaptogen.

Fact 2

Roseroot has been shown to improve symptoms of burnout.

Fact 3

The flowers are yellowish and can have reddish tips.

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Areas of Natural Beauty where you can see the Roseroot in the wild