Tribulus (Tribulus terrestris L.) is an annual plant, widely distributed around the world, belonging to family Zygophyllaceae. It grows in many places, including parts of Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
Tribulus terrestris is a known herb for its application in the folk medicine in many parts of the world. Among the identified phytochemicals in Tribulus Terrestris that include flavonoids, steroidal saponins, glycosides, tannins, phytosterols, terpenoids, proteins, and amino acids, flavonoids and steroidal saponins are the two phytochemicals mainly responsible for pharmacological activities.


  Among the bioactive compounds, various studies have demonstrated that steroidal saponins are responsible for the biological activities of Tribulus Terrestris L. due its chemical structure.
These compounds contribute to anti-inflammatory and anti-aging activities.
Part of plant used : fruit
Active Compound : saponins
check Contributes to digestion functions
check Helps maintain energy levels
check Promotes metabolic support
check Keeps the urinary tract healthy


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