Botanical name : Tribulus terrestris
Other names : Puncture vine, gokshura, Bai Ji Li
Family : Zygophyllaceae
Geographic distribution: Asia, North Africa
Often considered as the best masculine plant, Tribulus terrestris is an annual herb that as been used for thousands of years as a general tonic. Originally from Asia, the Indians call it "cow's hoof" in reference to the particular shape of its fruit. Ayurvedic medicine uses it to increase power and sexual desire and improve prostate health. The Chinese call it "Li Bai Ji" and use it to counteract cardiovascular diseases and as a diuretic.
It was not until the 1970s that the plant got to be known in the West. Several scientific publications have recognized the benefits of this plant among Olympic athletes and professional bodybuilders, who have seen their performances improve with consumption of Tribulus. Many sports supplements designed to build strength and improve fitness contain extracts of this plant. It would also help increase testosterone levels and restore male hormonal balance, thereby stimulating the sexual function of the man.
Traditionally, the regular use of Tribulus stabilizes the emotional state of a point-in-time emotional stress or in case of depression. This anti-stress effect is due to ß-carbolines. It is also used as a tonic, as the plant contains a range of steroidal saponins. Aphrodisiac effect is due to the increased testosterone levels observed in men consuming Tribulus: erectile functions are improved as a « side effect ». In addition, the regular use of Tribulus reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Finally, Ayurvedic medicine requires the use of Tribulus to prevent the development of chronic prostatitis, because it contains phytosterols, which contribute to inhibit the process.
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