Hawkeye Question about Rhodiola

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by Scapper, Nov 27, 2006.

  1. Scapper

    Scapper New Member

    Hi Hawkeye: I read your previous post where you mentioned that Rhodiola Root was helping with you energy.


    Is it still helping?

    Thanks for the information!

  2. Scapper

    Scapper New Member

    Bumping for Hawkeye to see :)

    Or anyone else w/ positive experience from Rhodiola?
  3. Hawkeye

    Hawkeye New Member


    I didn't see your post...I found a message for newbies on one of the boards that said do a search for your name and you will find messages for yourself and I found this...sorry.

    I bought my Rhodiola Root at Wild Oats and it is called Rhodiola Energy the website on the bottle is www.enzy.com

    It was very inexpensive and I am still LOVING the way it is making me feel.

  4. butterfly8

    butterfly8 New Member

    Just to give you some info. on my experience with rhodiola.

    My doctor put me on rhodiola liquid about 2 years ago. He said that it would not 'cure' me but, because it is an adaptogen, it would help my body level itself out. I just take the rhodiola with no additives ( an Australian brand: Mediherb) He did not say it would, by itself increase my energy level - and it hasn't. I think it is a long term thing.
  5. butterfly8

    butterfly8 New Member

    I would be very interested in knowing if you can take rhodiola long term or not.

    I know that you can only take high doses for several months, but my specialist said that 5mls is a very low dose and it is OK for long term use. However, he might not be right.

    Any info. appreciated.
  6. Hawkeye

    Hawkeye New Member

    Yep, you aren't supposed to take it long term. The research that I have found said to take it no longer than 4 months. I am going to take it through the winter months and go off of it in March which will be 4 months for me.

    I am on a very limited budget and it is only 20 days worth but to me the vitality and clear headed thinking that I have gotten from this is worth every penny. I feel like a completely different person than I did one month ago.

  7. butterfly8

    butterfly8 New Member

    Thanks for the info re. not taking rhodiola long term. Next time I go to my specialist, I shall take the issue up with him.

    Can you tell me where you found this info? I did some searching but couldn't find out anything about length of time. Any info appreciated.
  8. butterfly8

    butterfly8 New Member

    bumping for source of info. on long term use of Rhodiola. Thanks.

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