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What does “Clinical Grade Adaptogens” mean?

Last updated April 5, 2024

Simply defined, an adaptogen is something that helps your body find balance faster than it could on its own.

Traditionally adaptogens have been thought to be herbal compounds such as ashwagandha and rhodiola that help humans resist the effects of stress. More broadly, adaptogen ingredients can help humans with sleep, brain function, longevity, digestive health and much more.

The way we define “Clinical Grade” at Rootine is through two metrics.

  1. Standardization of active compounds - One is ensuring plant ingredients contain a standardized amount of bioactives that are responsible for the positive benefits. At Rootine, we use adaptogenic herbs that have standardized percents of bioactive compounds.
  2. Effective Dosing - The second part of clinical grade is related to the dose of the ingredient. Dose matters when it comes to moving the needle for health benefits. We use effective doses of our ingredients that are supported by the latest clinical research.

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