On Jan. 12, 2012, I achieved the rare feat of publishing three articles, at three sites, with different views of the same underlying subject: Rhodiola rosea.
"Colony of Rhodiola rosea in Eurasia", image by peganum
Rhodiola rosea is an herb of the Northern hemisphere.
Rhodiola rosea in Environmental Graffiti
Rhodiola: The Northern Hemisphere's Favorite Medicinal Herb
" puts the focus on the plant, and its known history as food and folk medicine. The article touches lightly on modern uses.
Rhodiola rosea in Suite 101
Rhodiola rosea Might Have a Future in Alternative Medicine
" takes the more modern approach, but is informed by the folk medicine and herblore of the past.
Rhodiola rosea in DeHaan Fitness
Caution about Using Rhodiola to Enhance Sports Performance
" is hosted on the site that truly started the action.
A reader had asked recommended Rhodiola as a product, in a comment on another article. Although I had permitted the comment, I also noted that I could not endorse what I had not researched. When the reader asked me to do so, I was flattered and followed up.
Here is a double writing tip.
First, be open to suggestions from readers.
Second, do your own research anyway.
Publicity for my Rhodiola rosea Articles
As always, I also promote my articles...yes, all three...in my DeHaan Services
site ("Triple Coverage for Rhodiola rosea
") and in my Xanga blog ("Rhodiola rosea in Triplicate
").(Updated 2012-01-17) As noted in a
later article, I will include a link to one article that I used for reference.
EBSCO Publishing, NY University Langone Medical center, "Rhodiola rosea: Principal Proposed Uses; Other Proposed Uses