Tribulus Terrestris is a low-growing flowering plant with small yellow flowers. Although native to the Old World, it has become naturalized throughout the rest of the world in warm climates, and can thrive in deserts and other poor growing conditions. It grows as an annual in colder climates. It gets its most commonly used name (Puncture Vine)from the caltrop-like seeds, which, when mature, are capable of puncturing feet, hooves, and even bicycle tires. It has many other common names besides puncture vine, including bindii, devil's thorn, devil's weed, caltrop,goathead and tackweed. It is extremely resistant to most of the techniques commonly used to control invasive plants, partly because the seeds maintain their viability for many years.
Tribulus Terrestris Extract
Brown yellow fine powder
Food & Pharmaceutical Grade
2 years when properly stored.
Store in cool and dry places, keep away from strong light.
1. Tribulus terrestris extract relieving muscle spasm and cramps; 2. Tribulus terrestris extract anti-myocardial ischemia and cerebral ischemia; 3. Tribulus terrestris extract depressing presure, regulating blood fat, and reducing cholesterol; 4. Tribulus terrestris extract promoting sex gland hormones; 5. Tribulus terrestris extract anti-aging and anti cancer; 6. diuretic, anti-calculus of the urethra, reducing the risk of urinary stone disease and disorder;