Tribex is used to treat fascioliasis, an infection caused by the liver fluke parasite, Fasciola hepatica.
Genuine Tribulus that boosts testosterone is only found in Bulgaria and contains many powerful compounds that are vital for results.* And all have to be present in precise amounts in order to achieve the maximum effect.*
Take Tribex orally with food. Tribex tablets can be swallowed whole or divided in half and taken with water or crushed and administered with applesauce. The crushed tablet mixed with applesauce is stable for up to 4 hours.
These difficulties may be aggravated in some markets by lack of clarity and transparency on, for example, timings and price points of tenders, as well as tacit or overt preference for local manufacturers.
Taking up the slack in emerging markets is by no means a given, though. In its recent report 2018 and Beyond: Outlook and Turning Points, the IQVIA Institute for Human Data Science noted that net spending on branded medicines in developed markets rose by 21%, from $326 billion to $395 billion ,over the last five years.
Li M, Qu W, Wang Y, et al. [Hypoglycemic effect of saponin from Tribulus terrestris] Zhong Yao Cai 2002;25:420-2. View abstract.
Taavoni S, Ekbatani NN, Haghani H. Effect of Tribulus terrestris, ginger, saffron, and Cinnamomum on menopausal symptoms: a randomised, placebo-controlled clinical trial. Prz Menopauzalny. 2017 Mar;16(1):19-22. doi: 10.5114/pm.2017.67366. View abstract.
Tribulus has chemicals that might increase levels of some hormones. But it doesn’t appear to increase male hormones (testosterone) in humans. Tribulus is also known as puncture vine because its sharp spines can flatten bicycle tires.
Sansalone S, Leonardi R, Antonini G, et al. Alga Ecklonia bicyclis, Tribulus terrestris, and glucosamine oligosaccharide improve erectile function, sexual quality of life, and ejaculation function in patients with moderate mild-moderate erectile dysfunction: a prospective, randomized, placebo-controlled, single-blinded study. Biomed Res Int. 2014;2014:121396. View abstract.
Adimoelja, A. Phytochemicals and the breakthrough of traditional herbs in the management of sexual dysfunctions. Int J Androl 2000;23 Suppl 2:82-84. View abstract.
Bedir, E., Khan, I. A., and Walker, L. A. Biologically active steroidal glycosides from Tribulus terrestris. Pharmazie 2002;57(7):491-493. View abstract.
Sheehan MP, Atherton DJ. A controlled trial of traditional Chinese medicinal plants in widespread non-exudative atopic eczema. Br J Dermatol 1992;126:179-84. View abstract.