In animal studies Tribulus Terrestris has demonstrated its ability to increase testosterone levels by as much as 50%. This was achieved by the mechanism of the protodioscin, which increases the luteinizing hormone (LH), the hormone that signals the body to produce testosterone. There is ongoing debate in the scientific community as to whether or not Tribulus can increase human testosterone levels above the normal range, but it is generally agreed upon that it can help restore and balance normal testosterone levels in men who suffer from suboptimal levels.
Tribulus terrestris has been studied and found to reduce the frequency of angina pectoris attacks.
Tribulus Terrestris has been used to treat kidney problems, including kidney stones, painful urination, a kidney disorder called Bright’s disease, and as a “water pill” (diuretic) to increase urination.
Tribulus is used for skin disorders, including eczema (atopic dermatitis), psoriasis, and scabies.
Tribulus is used for problems with digestion, including colic, intestinal gas (flatulence), constipation, and to expel intestinal parasitic worms.
Tribulus has sterols such as stigma and betasitosterols that protect prostrate from cancer
Studies have shown that Tribulus Terrestris saponin could lower the levels of serum cholesterol and triglyceride.
Tribulus has been show to possess energy boosting properties.
Tribulus Terrestris | Health Benefits