Similar to rhodiola rosea, rhodiola kirilowii is considered a sacred herb in Tibet where it has been used for over three thousand years since the beginning of the Tibetan civilization. I t is said Tibetan monks made use of the root to fuel their “spiritual power.” It has been proposed that this high altitude herb played a significant role in the evolution of Tibetan culture. Not recommended for bi-polar disorder. Not recommended during pregnancy. Rhodiola brews a red brown tea – use 1-2 teaspoons per cup, more for a real cerebral workout. Mix with boiling water and steep for 5 – 15 minutes. The powder tends to sink to the bottom – it can be stirred and the powder ingested. This rhodiola kirilowii has been cultivated without chemicals. Mixing it with rooibos tea is quite delicious. It can be drunk with or without milk – if using milk raw is better.
Store in a cool dry place. Keep airtight.