Wild Goathead (Tribulus Terrestris) 25gr.

SKU: 069

Tribulus, a more annoying than anything else herb in the summer, since it is impossible to walk barefoot and not step onto the “horns” of the dried Tribulus Terrestris nutlets. Nevertheless, “You don’t know, what you don’t know”, as the saying goes. We are filled with excitement and gratitude now every time we get to say “ouch” and we trust that you will too, from now on.

 

“Nature’s viagra as some call it, Tribulus Terrestris has a long history of use in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Indian Ayurvedic practice, where it is widely used to treat sexual disorders in both men and women, mostly recommended for male health including virility and vitality, and specifically more catered towards cardiovascular and urogenital health. It is a common supplement for its libido enhancing properties and supposed testosterone boosting properties. Because of its claim to increase testosterone levels naturally, it has become popular herb for body building and as a remedy to gain weight for men. In women it has been found to alleviate symptoms of the menopause, such as hot flushes, depression and emotional instability.


 

Our recommended way of using this amazing herb is through a cup of tea. In a cup add 1-2 spoons, pour boiling water and brew covered for 10’ - 15’. Strain it, add some honey for sweetness and enjoy!

 

 

Precaution when using Tribulus Terrestris

 

Taking tribulus as a supplement for a short time is probably safe, provided that you're healthy and you are not pregnant or breastfeeding. People with breast or prostate cancer or other hormone-dependent conditions should not use tribulus.

Side effects can include trouble sleeping and irregular periods. Also, men should be aware that there are some concerns about possible links between tribulus and prostate problems. The herb is contraindicated for people suffering from stomach inflammation, ulcers, serious digestion or liver disorders. It may also cause a gastro-intestinal upset.

 

Interactions. There don't appear to be any interactions between tribulus and foods or other herbs and supplements.

 

But tribulus has been known to interact with certain medications. Do not take if you are taking heart and blood pressure medicines.  such as:

  • Beta-blockers

  • Digoxin

  • Calcium channel blockers

  • Diuretics

  • ACE inhibitors

  • Nitrates



 

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The traditional uses of specific plants as recorded through history, are merely recounted here. Always seek advice from a medical practitioner.

 

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