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Tribulus acts as a tonic and an Aphrodisiac

November 27th, 2008 by menopausethenaturalway

Tribulus can be helpful for menopause, decreased libido or sex drive, impotence and male and female infertility.

It restores or increases vitality and improves resistance to stress and physical performance.

A study demonstrated that 98% of women who were experiencing symptoms of natural menopause (52%) and women with postoperative symptoms of menopause (48%) due to the removal of their ovaries improved when taking Tribulus.

The most common symptoms that they experienced were hot flushes, sweating hot flushes, sweating, insomnia and depression.

300mgs of the active ingredient was given 3x daily, which is equivalent to about 27 grams of the dried herb.
Tribulus has shown to improve:

Libido and Sexual Activity in men and women

A study suggested that an increased aphrodisiac activity by tribulus was due to an increase in androgen receptors and nitrogen oxide synthase neurons in the regions of the brain that regulate sexual function.

In-vivo studies show that Tribulus increases aphrodisiac activity by up-regulating androgen receptor expression and activity in the brain. It also showed an increase in nitrogen oxide neurons in areas of the brain associated with sexual behaviour and desire.

Other studies showed an increase in testosterone levels in lambs and rams. It restored sexual reflexes and libido in rams that had an absence of libido or poor libido.

Endurance

Studies showed Tribulus intensified protein synthesis and enhanced some enzymes connected to energy metabolism. It also increased physical endurance in rats.

Fertility

Tribulus improves sperm motility, increased penetration of the cervical mucous by sperm and it decreases antisperm antibody titre.

Tribulus normalised ovulation when taken from day 5-14 of the cycle therefore increasing pregnancy rate.

Possible side effects

If Tribulus is used to promote fertility in women it should be discontinued after pregnancy is established. Tribulus contains steroidal saponins and should be kept to minimum if you suffer from gall bladder problems.

Quality is important

Tribulus terrestris is a spreading herb with fruit that contains sharp rigid spines and is the reason why the plant is known as puncture vine. Only the best source of the herb must be taken. The plant grows in a variety of areas but the plants grown in Bulgaria and Slovakia contain the active ingredients necessary for the efficiency of the herb.

An active ingredient (protodioscin which contains furostanol glycosides) found in the leaves and stems of the plant indicate the quality and efficiency of the herb. Tribulus must be standardised to contain 45% furostanol for it to be effective. If the Tribulus plant is sourced from anywhere else than Eastern Europe or is made from the root or fruit of the plant, it will not contain enough active ingredients to work.

Tribulus is one remedy for improving your sex drive, energy and menopausal symptoms. To find out much more click here to go to my website http://www.menopausethenaturalway.com.

To order best quality Tribulus Synergy ring freecall 1800 777 648 or email my supplier at orders@healthworld.com.au with my practitioner number 6675.

This product contains Tribulus Synergy, Horny Goat weed, Damiana, Lotus Seed and Zinc amino chelate. The formulation may improve sex drive, maintain healthy testosterone levels and support fertility.
Women would be best to start with 1 tablet daily and gradually increase to 1 tablet 2 x daily until you feel the desired effect.

The maximum dose is 2 tablets 2x daily which could be taken for 4 weeks but after that time period decreased to 1 tablet 2 x daily.

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