Sexual Dysfunction

Tribulus may help treat erectile dysfunction, according to an animal-based study published in Phytomedicine in 2008. In testing the effects of tribulus on rabbits and rats, researchers observed that treatment with tribulus may lead to increases in certain sex hormones (including testosterone). Given this finding, the study's authors concluded that tribulus may be useful in mild to moderate cases of erectile dysfunction.

Additionally, a small study published in Daru: Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences in 2014 indicates that tribulus may help treat sexual dysfunction in women.

For the study, 67 women with inhibited sexual desire were treated with tribulus or a placebo for four weeks. By the end of the fourth week, those who received tribulus had experienced a significant improvement in factors such as desire, arousal, and satisfaction.

Diabetes

Tribulus may fight diabetes, suggests an animal-based study published in the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences in 2006. In the study, tests on rats demonstrated that tribulus may protect against diabetes by inhibiting oxidative stress.

Helps Prevent Kidney and Urinary Stones

Kidney and urinary stones are crystallized minerals that form in urine and are incredibly painful to pass. Tribulus terrestris can work prevent the formation of these deposits in the urinary tract and kidneys. It is considered a relatively safe and natural renal stone preventative.

Goat's head is used for boosting testosterone and sexual performance. Studies found this weed to enhance sperm motility and viability significantly. This is important for couples trying to conceive. Goat's head reduces the symptoms of hypoactive sexual desire disorder in postmenopausal women. Hormone changes can be a big part of the loss of sex-drive, so this can be a good, natural way to bring back that desire. Women reported greatly enhanced sexual arousal and lubrication when taking a Tribulus terrestris.

Other common names for goat's head include caltrop, bindii, puncture vine, bullhead, burra gokharu, tackweed, cat’s head, devil’s weed, devil’s thorn, devil’s eyelashes and goathead.


Preparation & Dosage

Place a teaspoon of dried Trubulus into a cup of boiling water. Let the mix stand for about 20 minutes then drink. Adding honey as a sweetener is permissible.

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