Tribulus terrestris – also known as Bindii and Caltrop – is an small plant with yellow flowers widely distributed around the world. It is native to warm temperate and tropical regions in southern Eurasia, North America, Africa, and Australia.
People use tribulus for conditions such as chest pain, eczema, enlarged prostate, sexual disorders, infertility, and many others.
- Sexual problems that prevent satisfaction during sexual activity. Research shows that taking tribulus can improve the sexual experience in women who have sexual dysfunction or low sexual desire.
- Enlarged prostate (Benign prostatic hyperplasia; BPH). Early research shows that taking a supplement containing tribulus and curry leaf for 12 weeks improves symptoms similar to the prescription drug tamsulosin in men with an enlarged prostate.
- Possibly some effect on erectile dysfunction is unclear. Some early research shows that taking tribulus for 3 months improves erections and sexual satisfaction in men with and without a condition called partial androgen deficiency.
Take 1-2 caps a time up to 3 times daily.
Tribulus terrestris with each capsule containing 500 mg. 90 capsules in a bottle.
Avoid taking tribulus during pregnancy or when nursing. Animal research suggests that tribulus might harm fetal development. Tribulus might decrease blood sugar levels which means the dose of diabetes medications might need to be adjusted down. Tribulus might affect blood pressure, which may be important during and after surgery. Tribulus might decrease how well the body gets rid of lithium.
The various effects are not guaranteed and results may vary due to several factors between different people.
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