Tribulus, 60 ct.
Actions, properties: diuretic, lithotriptic, urinary demulcent, astringent, styptic, anti-inflammatory; cardiac tonic, hypotensive, lowers cholesterol; reproductive tonic for men (used sometimes with women), increases semen production, sperm count, aphrodisiac, rejuvenative, antioxidant; anthelmintic, aperient
Indications: difficult, painful urination, urinary stones, edema, cystitis, hematuria, nephritis, impotence, infertility, seminal debility, various venereal diseases; gout, rheumatism; hemorrhoids, arteriosclerosis, atherosclerosis, high cholesterol, elevated blood fats, mild hypertension. In India, used as an analgesic for back pain – lumbago, nerve pain, sciatica
Contraindications: kidney disease, serious cardiovascular disorders, liver disease, dehydration, pregnancy
Methods of preparation and dosage: large doses can irritate the kidneys, cause dizziness
Capsules – 1 – 2 caps 1 – 2x daily
Combines well with: Maca, Saw Palmetto, Ashwagandha, Sarsaparilla
Said to strengthen bladder muscles when used with Mullein