What is Tribulus?

Tribulusis a plant that produces fruit covered with spines. Tribulus is also known as the ‘puncture vine’ because the spines are so sharp they can flatten bicycle tires. People use the fruit, leaf, and root as medicine.

Benefits of Tribulus

People have been known to use Tribulus for conditions such as chest pain, eczema, enlarged prostate, sexual disorders, infertility.

Tribulus has been found to help your body’s natural testosterone production. In men, Tribulus can aid in healthy libido, increasing energy levels, improving athletic performance and encouraging muscle tone.

Here’s a few more benefits that Tribulus offers:

 Tribulus may enhance libido

Studies have shown some positive results suggesting Tribulus may boost libido.

Some researchers found that when men with reduced sex drives consumed 750–1,500 mg of Tribulus terrestris daily for two months, their sexual desire increased by 79%.

Also, 67% of women with very low libidos experienced increased sexual desire after they took supplements of 500–1,500 mg for 90 days. For more,

 Other studies have also reported that supplements containing the herb enhanced sexual desire, arousal and satisfaction in women with low libido. For more,


Tribulus can help strengthen the immune system

Studies have shown that Tribulus supplementation on rats has many positive immune strengthening benefits. As well as having the ability to boost the immune system over time. The study also concluded that Tribulus has positive immunomodulatory activities.


Tribulus Protects the Heart

Studies have shown that Tribulus can help strengthen heart function and strength. Compounds from Tribulus Terrestris have been found help protect against heart disorders. Tribulus supplementation can also protects heart cells from cell death.



Tribulus has been found to have positive affects in increasing libido, immune function and heart strength. As well as being commonly used to enhance Testosterone. Containing a wide range of positive factors, Tribulus can be found in our Beaū Encorē range.



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