Moolika Ayurveda Gokshura (Tribulus Terrestris) –– 250 mg 60 Capsules -
GOKSHURA OR TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS CAPSULES
have been formulated by qualified ayurvedic doctors of Moolika Ayurveda who have 30 years of clinical experience. This formulation has been approved by AYUSH and is being manufactured at GMP certified manufacturing unit. These capsules contain high-quality tribulus extract and the whole process is supervised by qualified ayurvedic doctors. It passes through a statutory quality control process.
Benefits of Gokshura: (Tribulus Terrestris)
Gokshura or tribulus is widely used in preparation of ayurvedic medicines. Its health benefits are explained as follows in Ayurveda.
Gokshura is sweet to taste ,
It controls vata and has cold potency.
Gokshura is ‘vrushya’ (aphrodisiac which helps in erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation),
This herb boosts body’s strength and supports heart health,
It is recommended in Basthi or urinary bladder related conditions like “kruchra” (cystitis), Mutrashmari (kidney stones).
It helps to reduces blood sugar level and can be used in haemorrhoids.
Gokshura is also recommended in respiratory problems like shwasa (bronchitis) and Kasa (cough)
Gokshura or Tribulus is a flowering plant which grows in warm temperate and tropical regions. American Dietetic Association people say “It’s used in herbal nutritional supplements that are promoted to produce large gains in strength and lean muscle mass and It has also been touted to increase testosterone in men”.
Tribulus contains bio-chemicals 3,7,11,15-tetramethyl-2-hexadecene-1-o1, n-Hexadecadienoic acid, Hexadecadienoic acid, ethyl ester, phytol, 9,12-Octadecadienoic acid, 9,12,15-Octadecatrienoic acid, Octadecanoic acid, 1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, disooctyl ester and α-Amyrin. These bio ingredients are reasons for its diuretic, aphrodisiac, antidiabetic, antiurolithic and hypolipidemic activities.
Researches which have been conducted on gokshura or Tribulus terrestris) show that it can increase Serum Testosterone Level and help in Erectile Function in Aging Males With Partial Androgen Deficiency (PADAM). Studies on Role of gokshura in improving sexual function have also shown very good results.
RESEARCH IN INCREASING SPERM COUNT
Oligosoospermia or low sperm count is a leading cause of male infertility. In a clinical study, researchers found that when men between 21 and 50 years of age diagnosed with low sperm count were treated with Tribulus Terrestris there was a significant improvement in the quantity and quality of the sperms within 60 days. (Sellandi TM et al. “Clinical study of Tribulus terrestris Linn. In Oligozoospermia: A double-blind study.” Ayu. 2012 Jul).
RESEARCH IN INCREASING TESTOSTERONE LEVEL IN MEN
Clinical trials have revealed that treatment with Tribulus terrestris significantly boosted the total and free testosterone levels in aging males with partial androgen deficiency. The patients in the study took 250 mg of Tribulus terrestris thrice a day for up to three months. (Farid Roajah M et al. “Pilot study on the effect of botanical medicine (Tribulus Terrestris) on serum Testosterone level and erectile function in aging males with partial androgen deficiency (PADAM).” J Sex Marital Ther. 2015 Apr).
RESEARCH IN IMPROVING PENILE ERECTION
Experimental studies have shown that Tribulus terrestris relaxation of the corpus cavernosum, thereby improving erectile function. It works by stimulating the endothelial cells of the penile blood vessels to increase nitric oxide production and by increasing the intracavernous pressure. (Do J et al. “Effects and Mechanism of Action of a Tribulus terrestris Extract on Penile Erection.” Korean J Urol. 2013 Mar).
RESEARCH IN REDUCING FEMALE SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION
In a clinical study, researchers found that women in their childbearing age suffering from sexual dysfunction experienced significant improvement in libido when they were treated with Tribulus terrestris for up to 90 days. (Carlos RB Gama et al. “Clinical Assessment of Tribulus terrestris Extract in the Treatment of Female Sexual Dysfunction.” Clinical Med Insights: Women’s Health. 2014).