Tribulus terrestris is a plant with anti-inflammatory, osteoprotective, hepatoprotective, lipid and antidiabetic properties. It has an antifungal effect, especially against Candida albicans in case of resistance to fluconazole (an antifungal drug indicated for the treatment of candidiasis) in the treatment of vaginal infections.
Tribulus terrestris exerts a nootropic action by acting against oxidative stress and inflammations that affect the nerves, thus making it possible to compensate for nerve loss. This plant is also indicated for the prevention of kidney stones. It has a hypotensive effect and also exerts a protective effect on the cardiovascular system thanks to its saponins, preventing the degradation of myocardial cells in case of oxidative stress. In addition, its activity most documented by studies corresponds to its effects on libido and sexual activity in both men and women.
Tribulus terrestris stimulates testosterone levels when concentrations are lower than normal. It also stimulates spermatogenesis during hormonal dysfunctions.
The flavonoid protodioscin contained in tribulus promotes vasodilation, which is responsible for the functions in favor of erection. In women, the wealth of saponins in ttibulus improves sexual desire and promotes estrogenic functions. Tribulus as such. has many properties.
The herb also promotes the maintenance of sexual ability and supports the normal functioning of reproductive organs. This plant promotes healthy skin and helps maintain muscle tone, body tone and normal energy levels.
It also participates in the proper functioning of the respiratory system.
Tribulus terrestris supports the health of reproductive organs, the health of the urinary tract and improves the flow of the urinary tract as a whole.
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