Tribulus Terrestris 105g
Owing content of natural steroid substances (phytosterols) Tribulus terrestris (puncturevine) stimulates the production of testosterone and estrogen in a human body. These effects are often used in the treatment of infertility and STDs. It can help also in cases of enlarged prostate and climacteric disorders. It is used for the disorders of kidneys and urinary bladder; it improves digestion and can help lower high cholesterol level. Its use can inhibit the occurrence of cardiovascular disorders. Tribulus influences metabolism processes and forestalls water retention in a body. It improves regenerative powers of the organism during recovery and when fatigued.
Puncture vine is a small hairy medicinal plant originally from the sandy shores of China and Japan. From there it spread out in dry areas all over the world. Although it is a typical weedy species, it is also grown for pharmaceutical purposes because it has rather broad range of use and a number of positive effects on a human body.
Part of the plant used: leaves and stems
- has a diuretic effect
- stimulates production of bile and digestive juices
- can help lower high blood pressure and thus diminish risk of cardiovascular diseases
- has a beneficial effect on the fat and sugar metabolism; suitable supplement for those suffering from diabetes
- improves regenerative powers of the body during recovery period and when fatigued
- can forestall water retention in a body
- shows analgesic effect
- proven positive effect in the treatment of infertility and STDs
Preparation and dosage: Pour boiling water over 1 teaspoon of dried herb per each 30kg of your bodyweight and let infuse for 15 minutes. Drink half an hour before the meal, in 2-3 daily doses. Maximum daily dose is 2g.
Effects and substances: In its aerial parts puncture vine contains mainly steroid saponins, alkaloids, glycosides, flavonoids, tannins and resins. Further it contains rather large volume of mineral substances and vitamin C. Puncture vine can be used when suffering from kidneys and urinary bladder disorders. It improves digestion and can help lower high cholesterol level. Its use can lower the risk of cardiovascular disorders, as it inhibits coagulation of thrombocytes and thus creation of blood clots. It influences metabolism of essential nutrients and water management in the body. However, most important and most studied is its effect in the treatment of infertility in men and in women. Owing content of natural steroid substances (phytosterols) puncturevine stimulates the production of testosterone and estrogen in a human body. Thus it improves libido but it can be of help also in the cases of enlarged prostate and climacteric disorders.
Contraindications: Not designed for children under 6, pregnant and nursing women. Do not use when suffering from anemia.