Tribulus 50% Extract
Urogenital Health Support*
What Is Tribulus 50% Protodioscin Extract?
This plant is also referred to as 'puncture vine'. Over the time, both men and women have used the plant and its extracts to support a healthy heart. In recent years, this superfood has become more and more popular all over the world, particularly in the West. Studies are continuously pursued in order to reveal the numerous health benefits this herb possesses. *
How Could Tribulus 50% Protodioscin Extract Support My Health?
Research suggests Tribulus could help support a healthy hormonal balance, circulatory system support, boosts sexual function and sexual performance, supports a healthy mood and emotional management, boosts healthy muscle mass, supports blood pressure balance and urinary tract health. *
Suggested Use / DosageTake 250mg of our extract daily for up to eight weeks, with two weeks off.
Ideal Storage ConditionsUse a sealed container to store this product in a cool, dry place. Keep away from direct light and moisture. Once the package is opened, it must be re-sealed and used within 6 months.
Shelf LifeTwo years from date of manufacture.
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