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About Tribulus Supplements

Tribulus terrestris quickly gained popularity after being used by Bulgarian weightlifters to support exercise performance and recovery. Since then, it has been a believed by many that Tribulus is the best supplement for boosting testosterone levels. However, evidence suggests that this is only the case when it is taken in the advancing years, when testosterone levels have dropped below a normal range.


Young healthy Australian rugby league players were assessed for testsosterone changes with Tribulus supplementation. The results were published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research in 2007. No differences was found between the treatment and placebo groups regarding testosterone or estrogen levels. This indicates that it is probably better to view Tribulus as a testosterone regulator, as it may support dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) levels, a natural testosterone precursor. This would essentially mean that more "building blocks" are available for testosterone production.


Despite this, Tribulus supplementation still offers benefits for young individuals. This powerful herb has a wide range of health benefits, making it an exceptional wellness tonic to assist in maintaining general health and vigor, especially when undertaking a strenuous exercise program. Research published by the Journal of Sport and Health Science in 2017 showed that trained male boxers experienced better anaerobic performance and recovery, with an increase in anabolic IGF-1 signalling.


Tribulus terrestris has been used as a part of Traditional Medicine in India, China, South Africa and Bulgaria for conditions such as oedema (fluid retention), cardiovascular disease, to increase sperm count and treat impotence, and for eye troubles. Eastern European athletes have used it to support strength and stamina, as reported in The Aging Male in 2001. Other common names for this miraculous herb are: Devil's thorn, Goat head, Puncture vine and Gokhru.