- WHAT IT DOES -
 
 

Elevates Testosterone Levels*

 

What is Tribulus?

Tribulus Terrestris is an herb grown in various parts of the world and used medicinally for it's virilizing effects. The leaflets are less than a quarter-inch long. The whole plant is a taprooted annual about three to thirty inches across. The quarter-inch-wide flowers of clear lemon yellow are pretty to
see on the flat little patches of puncture vine. A week later, the flowers are followed by very hard sharp "seeds" (actually, each one is a single-seeded wedge of the intact fruit). "Tribulus" is Latin for "trouble." The spiny propagules of Tribulus are less than a quarter-inch point-to-point. 

Studies have shown a better than 50% increase in testosterone levels when taking the Tribulus Terrestris herb. Its pathway for increasing testosterone differs from both Androstenedione 100 and DHEA. Tribulus exerts its testosterone elevating effect through the increase in luteinizing
hormone (LH). LH is responsible for "telling" your body to produce testosterone. One interesting fact: Steroids suppress LH, thus reducing and sometimes shutting down your body's production of testosterone. 

 

 

 
 
- PRODUCT DESCRIPTION -
 
 

 

TRIBULEX 750
Tribulus terrestris has been used for centuries in ancient Greece, India and Africa to increase fertility and rejuvenate the body. Recent scientific studies indicate that, although it actually contains no hormones, Tribulus helps to support healthy hormone and male reproductive health. Tribulus has been used by some of the worlds’ most elite athletes and may be used by the recreational athlete as well. Our minimum 60% saponin content makes MVP Nutrition’s ® Tribulus one of the most potent formulas

This is a plant (puncture vine) which grows in some moderate climates and tropical areas of the world. This product has been commonly used as a diuretic, to treat infertility, and to increase the libido.

Tribulus Terrestris is being promoted as a testosterone booster. It does not work like DHEA and Androstenedione. However, claims have been made that it enhances testosterone levels by increasing luteinizing hormone (LH) levels. Studies have shown it to do just that. Laboratory animal studies show that it increases sperm productions as well as motility after 30 days of supplementation. Two other studies performed on animals reported increased testosterone production and testicular maturation.

Human studies involving health individuals taking 750 mg/day of Tribulus Terrestris evaluated hormonal responses and revealed LH increased in males from 14.38 ml/U/ml to 24.75 ml/U/ml (a 72% increase). The free testosterone in males went from 60 ng/dl to84.5 ng/dl (a 41% increase). To help you better understand this, normal blood levels of total testosterone is between 300 and 1,000 ng/dl.

Another study including over 200 male subjects suffering from impotence (quite often due to low testosterone levels) showed that many of the men experienced an increase in LH and testosterone as well as sperm production and motility.

No significant adverse effects have been reported with supplementation of Tribulus Terrestris. However, some users report an upset stomach. This can usually be counteracted by taking it with food."

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease

 


 
 
- Q & A -
 
 

 

What can Tribulus help me with? 

Tribulus Terrestris is being promoted as a testosterone booster. It does not work like DHEA and Androstenedione. However, claims have been made that it enhances testosterone levels by increasing luteinizing hormone (LH) levels. Studies have shown it to do just that. Laboratory animal studies show that it increases sperm productions as well as motility after 30 days of supplementation. Two other studies performed on animals reported increased testosterone production and testicular maturation.

Human studies involving health individuals taking 750 mg/day of Tribulus Terrestris evaluated hormonal responses and revealed LH increased in males from 14.38 ml/U/ml to 24.75 ml/U/ml (a 72% increase). The free testosterone in males went from 60 ng/dl to 84.5 ng/dl (a 41% increase). To help you better understand this, normal blood levels of total testosterone is between 300 and 1,000 ng/dl.

Another study including over 200 male subjects suffering from impotence (quite often due to low testosterone levels) showed that many of the men experienced an increase in LH and testosterone as well as sperm production and motility.

Are there any side effects from Tribulus?
 

No significant adverse effects have been reported with supplementation of Tribulus Terrestris. However, some users report an upset stomach. This can usually be counteracted by taking it with food.

 

 

 
 
- TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS -
 
 


120 capsules - 750 mg

 

 

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