Category Archives: Tribulus Terrestris

Tribulus terrestris: Neuroprotective?

Tribulus terrestris is a plant used in traditional medicine for its anti-cancer, anti-diabetic, antispasmodic, cardioprotective, diuretic, immunomodulatory and nervous system activity. Evidence suggests that Tribulus terrestris contains phytochemicals that confer antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects on the consumer. These antioxidant and … Continue reading

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Tribulus terrestris as  neuroprotective Agent

Tribulus terrestris is a herbal treatment used in traditional medicine for its anticancer, anti-diabetic, antispasmodic, aphrodisiac, cardio tonic, diuretic, nerve tonic and immunomodulatory effects. Like all plants, Triubulus terrestris is a rich source of phytochemicals that may have significant medicinal … Continue reading

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Garlic, Tribulus and Ginseng: Saponins

The understanding by man that plants provide medical effects can be traced back to the earliest recorded history. Ever since civilisation began to catalogue the beneficial properties of certain plants, high regard has been paid to those plants that provide … Continue reading

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