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These three species have more than double all other species. Formulations Tribulus terrestris is sometimes paired with Boerhaavia diffusa as a formulation called Unex.
Appetite One rat study investigating aphrodisia and using doses of 2. Analgesia At least one study has indicated that Tribulus may possess pain-reducing properties in accordance with traditional usage in Iran and surrounding regions.
The potency is respectable although it requires very high doses to be so 3. This occurs at a remarkably low concentration and is likely relevant to oral supplementation of tribulus terrestris saponins In hypertensive humans given 3g of tribulus fruits or a water extract thereof, four weeks supplementation was sufficient to slightly reduced heart rate.
Platelets Tribulus pterocarpus phenolics have been noted to inhibit platelet aggregation induced by thrombin in a concentration dependent manner between 0. They were measured on different aggregators, however, and it is not sure if tribulus terrestris has a role in blood clotting or not 4.
Cholesterol A reduction in total cholesterol has been noted with tribulus terrestris fruits or a water extract thereof at 3g daily over four weeks, which reached 9. Mechanisms are not yet known 5.
Power Output In humans supplementing tribulus terrestris, resistance trained males using supplementation at 3. Some human studies have shown increased testosterone associated with Tribulus supplementation, however they are confounded with coingestion of other nutrients    and one which used 6g of the root extract of tribulus terrestris by itself for 60 days in infertile men noted a trend to increase testosterone failed to be statistically significant reaching When looking at animal and human evidence, there is sporadic evidence to suggest an increase in testosterone with this herb in rodents but it has repeatedly failed to increase testosterone in humans.
There may be a weak increase in testosterone in infertile men, but this needs to be explored more 8. This occurs at a concentration low enough that it likely applies to supplementation in humans A case study of tribulus terrestris overconsumption 2L of a tribulus water product for the treatment of kidney stones has resulted in nephrotoxicity which was treated in a clinical setting.
It has shown efficacy in rodents, and when paired with another herb known as Boerhaavia diffusa it appears to be quite potent In a human study giving 3g of the fruit extract of tribulus terrestris or a water extract thereof, both interventions were effective in increasing urinary output by mL daily when supplemented for a month.
Prostate Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia BPH is a condition that is not harmful per se but may be indicative of disease pathology leading to more serious diseases such as Prostate Cancer and may be associated with impairment of a male's quality of life or interfering with urinary flow rates.
Tribulus has been investigated for its benefits on BPH, although this study used a combination supplement of Tribulus Terrestris and Murraya koenigii.
Libido A study in fertile boars with combination therapy of tribulus terrestris, Eurycoma Longifolia Jack and Leuzea carthamoides.The case studies provided below are designed to help you identify whether your study would be considered by NIH to be a clinical trial.
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