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Today we’re going to talk about tribulus – also known as Puncture Vine, Devil’s Weed or Tribulus terrestris – we’re gonna ask does Tribulus work, should you buy it, what should you expect from it, and so on.
Those are all good questions and I’m going to answer them in just a few seconds, but before I do let me tell you something really quickly…
Tribulus is worthwhile for some things, and absolutely useless for others.
Alright, so let’s talk about tribulus. What is it?
It’s flowering perennial plant that’s been used for 100’s of years in traditional Indian holistic medicine.
It is commonly advertised as one of two things…
As a natural testosterone booster and booster of athletic performance.
Or as libido booster, aphrodisiac, male sexual enhancement product or a natural cure for ED or erectile dysfunction.
In either case, tribulus may be just one part of a product formula, or it may be sold on its own.
So the $10000 question is?
Does tribulus does work for either one of these things?
Let’s start with the first claim – that it’s a powerful testosterone suppelement, that will help you make gains in the gym.
You’ve probably read stuff or maybe even seen guys here YouTube talking about how it works by stimulates luteinizing hormone in this compels the body to make more testosterone naturally and blah blah blah.
This sounds great – it’s very scientific sounding and very clinical.
But it’s also total BS.
There big problem – a real big problem – with tribulus when it comes to the testosterone boosting claims and it’s this…
There have a number of been clinical studies done on tribulus specifically for its testosterine boosting effects…
And they have all been completely clear.
Tribulus does not increase testosterone production, it does produce any significant changes in athletic performance – lean body mass, muscle strength – however you want to measure it.
Now don’t shoot the messenger here, only reporting what the science cents and I invite you to check the description in the video below and follow the link to our full review, where you can find links to the clinical studies so you see that tribulus does not work to build muscle.
Now if you happen to like this supplement hang in there for me because I can explain some this…
As I mentioned tribulus is also marketed as a natural male enhancement products and natural cure for erectile dysfunction.
Now there’s not a ton of study data to confirm this – there’s some animal data and a small study that was performed on a product that contained tribulus as part of its formula – there is a TON of anecdotal evidence – and by anecdotal I just mean testimonials, and reports from users of the supplement – that suggests tribulus works really well for this.
I personally know a lot of guys who take tribulus because they like the libido-boosting effect, and they mistakenly attribute this effect to a boost in testosterone levels.
The thing is, having a higher libido and more frequent and more intense erections is great, but it doesn’t necessarily mean your body is making more testosterone.
Think about the drug Viagra for example. It works by blocking a particular enzyme, that results in the relaxation of the arteries in the penis and increases blood flow.
It has nothing to do with test levels.
So to answer the question, “Does Tribulus work?”..
Well, here’s the bottom line…
It’s an absolute total dud as a natural test booster and booster of athletic performance.
As a natural male enhancement product or a natural cure for ED, it’s worth a try, not because of a ton of supporting clinical evidence – there’s not much of that – but because of the mounds of anecdotal evidence and its relatively low price and long safety record.
If you want to try tribulus, the good news is that you don’t need to spend a lot of money – I’ll include a couple of links to products for you to check out in the description of this video.
Don’t get sucked into spending 50, 60, 70 dollars for male enhancement products that might contain a couple of milligrams tribulus as part of its formula. Save yourself some money and try it on its own.
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