Q: What does Tribulus do to the body?
Tribulus is a plant that has been used for hundreds of years in natural medicine. Many people choose to supplement with Tribulus Terrestris because it contains phytochemical saponins. Saponins come from plants, like Tribulus, and have many health benefits. Studies have illustrated that saponins have beneficial effects on cholesterol levels, bone health, and stimulation of the immune system.
There hasn’t been any reliable evidence that Tribulus has any effect on testosterone production, but there have been many studies that support its benefit for libido
and erectile dysfunction
Q: Does Tribulus increase testosterone?
Unfortunately there have been claims that Tribulus has an impact on testosterone, but current clinical studies have not been able to prove a connection to increased testosterone and Tribulus supplementation. Alternatively, in regards to men’s sexual health, Tribulus has had positive connections to increased libido and reduced erectile dysfunction.
Q: Does Tribulus help erectile dysfunction?
A: Studies have shown
a connection between supplementing with Tribulus and an improvement in symptoms of erectile dysfunction when compared to the placebo group. While the way Tribulus works in the body is still largely a mystery, researchers speculate
that the plant supplement increases nitric oxide production - which is critical to sexual function.