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Healthier & Better Sex life
Botanical Names: Ji Li, Tribulus Terrestris, Tribulus Fructus, Puncturevine, Caltrop Cathead, Yellow Vine, Goathead, Burra Gokharu, Bindii
Harvested in China, India and Bulgaria Tribulus remains a popular sexual herb, as well as a urinary tract and prostate healer. The Indians refer to it as Gokshura, meaning power and strength. Because of the steroid saponin located inside Tribulus, men can produce and release testosterone into the blood stream without any side effects, as well as help with erectile dysfunction and low sex drive problems.
Some users claim that improved libidos allow them to have fantasies again giving them the feeling of sexual self-confidence while reducing both the fear of intimacy and performance anxiety. Psychologically, Tribulus helps men enjoy sex again and prolongs the duration of intercourse before ejaculation creating better pleasure, desire and joy. Tribulus also helps stimulate sperm production while increasing the sperm quality in terms of motility and survival time.
Tribulus has been known to increase the production of Luteinizing Hormone (LH); a hormone believed to increase testosterone. For middle-aged women, Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) increases dramatically, peaking a few years after menopause and staying high afterward, resulting in a low ratio of FSH to LH. When a low FSH-to-LH ratio occurs, LH does not have the ability to increase testosterone, resulting in a low sex drive. By consuming Tribulus, the levels of LH to FSH are naturally stabilized producing more testosterone.