|پھکڑا گوکھرو بھکڑہ
|Puncture Vine Tribulus
What is Tribulus Terrestris?
Tribulus (Tribulus terrestris) is a plant that produces fruit covered with spines. It is traditionally known as an aphrodisiac in various cultures.
Tribulus has chemicals that might increase levels of some hormones. But it does not appear to increase male hormones (testosterone) in humans. Tribulus is also known as puncture vine because its sharp spines can flatten bicycle tires.
People use tribulus for sexual disorders, infertility, chest pain, enlarged prostate, and many other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support most of these uses.
- Heart Health and Blood Sugar
- Boost Testosterone in Humans
- Enhances Sexual Health
- Tribulus Terrestris May Enhance Libido
- Supplement for a Healthy Heart
- Boosts Digestive Health
- Helps in Pregnancy / Fetal Development and Breastfeeding
- Helps Manage Blood Pressure
- Female Sexual Health
- Bodybuilding/Athletic Performance
- It Doesn’t Improve Body Composition or Exercise Performance
Traditional dosages of the basic root powder are in the 5-6g range while the fruits are in the 2-3g range.
Minimal Side Effects:
Uncommon side effects include minor stomach cramps or reflux
If you want to use Tribulus terrestris, make sure you discuss the appropriate dose with your healthcare provider.