Nutrilite Rhodiola 110 Review

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Nutrilite Rhodiola 110 Energy SupplementSize: 60 Tablets Per Bottle – Retail Price: $40.20
Taste: 6/10
Price: 7/10
Energy Level: 7.5/10

Nutrilite Rhodiola 110 is a dietary supplement that is designed to increase mental and physical performance. The main ingredient in Rhodiola 110 is rhodiola rosea, an Arctic herb known to increase performance, reduce fatigue and stress, and reduce high altitude sickness. Rhodiola rosea is referred to as an adaptogen, which works similar to stimulants but without the negative effects of caffeine or nicotine. Research suggested that Rhodiola 110 may improve the body’s stress response system and shorten recovery time after exercise.

Nutrilite Rhodiola 110 taste herbal-like and is somewhat bitter. The taste is actually not as bad as other energy supplements. Just swallow the tablet whole and you should be fine. Rhodiola 110 contains 75 milligrams of caffeine from green tea extract and is a good source of vitamin C.

The vitamin C is from ascorbic acid which is the synthetic version of vitamin C. Synthetic vitamins may not work as well as natural vitamins because they don’t contain all the synergistic components. These synergistic components are needed to assist the body to effectively utilize vitamins. Some synthetic vitamins are also harder for the body to absorb.

If you are a person who works third shift, long hours or just need more energy to increase mental and physical performance, Rhodiola 110 may be the solution you been searching for.

Benefits of Rhodiola 110

  • Maximize physical and mental performance during physical activity
  • May shorten recovery time after exercising
  • Improves your body’s stress response system
  • Reduce stress
  • Reduce body fatigue
  • Increase energy

Rhodiola 110 supplement facts (serving size 1 tablet)

  • Vitamin C: 30 mg
  • Rhodiola Rosea: 100 mg
  • Caffeine (from green tea extract): 75 mg
  • Spinach Dehydrate: 50 mg
  • Acerola Cherry Extract: 50 mg

Recommended rhodiola supplement

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  1. Kevch19 says:

    I use to work third shift and know how hard it is to stay focus. The thing I like about rhodiola 110 is that it gives me a steady focus of energy for hours, unlike coffee.

  2. Mel says:

    Does anyone know if Nutrilite Rhodiola are okay for someone who is pregnant? It seems like it would be better than coffee, but I want to be sure.

  3. PL Chang says:

    Rhodiola 110 has caffeine from Green Tea Extract (75 mg per tablet) which is about the same as 1 cup of coffee. There had been many controversy about how caffeine can affect pregnancy. Some researchers found that caffeine increase the risk of miscarriage and others found that it doesn’t. Below are two great links about how caffeine affects pregnancy.

    Personally, I think low amounts of caffeine (50-80 mg per day) should be ok. Just make sure the person who is pregnant eats healthy food to help nourish the baby. To be safe, the person should consult with their doctor before taking any types of supplement.

    I hope that helps!

  4. Tanya Tyran says:

    Can you take Rhodiola if you are pregnant?

  5. erick says:

    i wouldn’t recommend any herbs during pregnancy, ask them to consult their doctor before they take rhodiola

  6. srgarun says:

    I am a commercial truck driver i want to know if rhodiola 110 effect on drug test because my company be sending me for the test every year and i don’t want any problem on my test ? can someone help me please.

  7. Jason says:

    From looking at its nutrition facts I didn’t see any ingredients that would cause you to fail your drug test. Here are the other ingredients in Rhodiola 110 that PL didn’t list: dextrose, microcrystalline cellulose, maltodextrin, crospovidone, silicon dioxide, stearic acid (soy), hyroxypropyl methylcellulose, magnesium stearate, corn starch, glycerine, carnauba wax. These ingredients should not affect your drug test.

  8. Joe Anaya says:

    ❓ I am a distance runner, and I would like to know if other distance runners have used rhodiola 110, and were they beneficial?

    • Melody says:

      I am a distance runner as well, and have used Rhodiola 110 for my cross-training workouts. I can workout longer and harder, which helps my running. I haven’t tried it before a run yet, but I’m pretty sure (judging how my body has reacted to it during my workouts), it would help me run longer and faster. Hope that helps.

  9. aree says:

    Is Rhodiola 110 is good for one who only do office work and no physical activity?

    • Laurad says:

      Hi, Aree

      I know someone use it not for workout. It like a cooling fans and it keeps you more focus on what you want to through out the days. If you want to know more about the product, click my name above many testimonials why this product is for those who need more energy and focus.

  10. Teresa says:

    Well, my cousin in law recently because an Amway rep and gave me a sample of these pills. I will be trying them out for the first time tomorrow before I begin my daily workout. Will keep you all posted =)

  11. nancy says:

    does this combination have 1% salidrosides as other standard forms of Rhodiola?

  12. igor says:

    I have just started using rhodiola for football workouts because I have had a surgery on my nose and couldn’t have worked out for two weeks. The first workout I came back I took rhodiola 110 before and it helps so much, I felt like I never left.

  13. Any healthy supplement is a good choice in our fight with stress.

  14. Brandy says:

    I have tried quite a few pre-workout supplements with varied results. I recently became

  15. Debi says:

    Is it safe and UIL approved for high school athletes?

  16. Pradeep says:

    Taking herbs during pregnancy is not recommended. Since this product is completely organic, there is no harm in taking them before physical activity.

    • PL Chang says:

      I would like to know where you got the information that Nutrilite Rhodiola 110 is completely organic. As far as I can tell, it is not organic. If it is, there should be an organic seal on its label. Even if a food or supplement has the organic seal label, five percent of its ingredient can still be non-organic. For proof that a food or supplement is completely organic, it has to have a 100 percent organic seal label.

      Rhodiola 110 contains corn starch which is a byproduct of corn. Over 90 percent of the corn grown in the U.S. is genetically modified. Since Rhodiola 110 does not have an organic seal, there is a very high chance that it contains genetically modified ingredients.

      The USDA currently does not allow any food that contains genetically modified ingredients to be labeled organic.

  17. patti says:

    would someone who is diabetic benefit from this and not have any issues with medication/insulin?

    • Ashleigh says:

      Hi Patti I’m a type one diabetic who uses rhodiola 110 often and I have never experienced any issues; however, I recommend checking with your doctor if you are concerned about interactions with your medications.

  18. Sj says:

    I play college fball. The NCAA is so strict w/ what and what not to take supplement wise. Do you think this would show positive on a drug test?

    • Bflizzle says:

      You can look up all the ingredients Nutrilite Rhodiola contains yourself- none of them should make you fail a drug test. You may want to double check the NCAA guidelines, but you would be more suited to do that than anonymous internet denizens.
      [You could also just read the very page you’re asking the question on- someone already asked a similar question and it was answered by the author. C’monnn and read through all the information and comments!
      I’m assuming that’s why you came here… I assure you that a quick read is much better than doing a Google search, reading the headline, and then quickly typing a response in the hopes that someone will come answer it (hey, it’s only been six months or so!) Hope you’re better at playing football than you are at finding answers.]

  19. Maria says:

    Can I take a rhodiola 110 every day or could there be a side affect if I used one a day?

    • Ulviya K. says:

      My personal experience has been that if I take Rhodiola 110 once a day for few days, the day when I stop taking it, I get a headache and its a bit hard to focus. Its almost like you’re having a small withdrawal. But then the same can be said about caffeine plus this is my personal experience. You may not have any side affects.