- Has aphrodisiac and fortifying properties.
- Increases of stamina and muscle mass in bodybuilding.
- Positively affects male and female sex drive, quality of erections, spermatogenesis and ovulation.
Tribulus Terrestris contains a extract from the plant Tribulus terrestris, standardised in 40% saponins, with several therapeutical properties, including enhancing sexual response.
Our dietary supplement is made from Tribulus terrestris, sometimes called Maltese Cross, which is a member of the Zygophyllaceae family. Often overlooked, this perennial plant is recognised by its long, creeping stems. It is said to originate from India but has in fact been cultivated in other parts of the globe for thousands of years. It grows primarily in hot, dry climates such as certain parts of China and several countries of Saharan Africa but is also found in Europe in the Mediterranean rim, as well as in Western Asia.
Used for thousands of years, this natural remedy for erectile problems is now available to buy as a dietary supplement, in the form of vegetarian capsules. Each capsule contains 500mg of Tribulus terrestris extract, standardised to 40% saponins, the plant's active ingredient. The suggested dose for this supplement is two to three capsules a day, to be taken with meals, though this dose can be adjusted in line with your therapist's advice.
Tribulus terrestris has been used therapeutically for thousands of years. Its medicinal use dates back to antiquity when it featured in Ayurvedic medicine.
Buy Tribulus Terrestris to stimulate sexual response.
As well as supplementing with Tribulus Terrestris, you may find these other nutritional supplements of interest too.
|Daily serving: 3 capsules
Number of servings per bottle: 30
|Quantity per serving|
|Saponins (1,500 mg extract of Tribulus terrestris, standardised in 40% saponins)||600 mg|
|Other ingredients: Acacia gum, rice bran.|
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