Tribulus Terrestris P.E.
NAMETribulus Terrestris P.E.  
Category:Standard herbal extract

Product name:Tribulus Terrestris P.E.

Latin name:Tribulus Terrestris L.

Specification: Saponins 20% 40% 60% 80% 90% UV , CAS No.: 11006-75-0;

            Protodioscin 10%20%40%45% HPLC, CAS No.: 55056-80-9

Appearance: Yellowish brown powder

Function: Tribulus Terrestris P.E. is becoming a hot topic in the sports world, its popularity is increasing.

Tribulus terrestris saponins can naturally improve the blood testosterone of athletes, without any stimulants. Studies have shown that taking Tribulus terrestris extract for one week, blood testosterone levels can be increased by 40% or more. Tribulus terrestris saponin is a non hormonal supplement because this herb contains no three major hormones (estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone). In addition, it also has the functions of lowering blood pressure and lowering blood lipid, Tribulus terrestris extract contains peroxidase decomposing enzyme, which has obvious anti-aging effect. Tribulus terrestris extract has cosmetic effect, long term use can remove scars on the face, and make the skin soft lubrication.

Our advantage:

Tribulus Terrestris P.E. is one of Yongyuan Bio’s star products, We have Tribulus Terrestris P.E.

available all the year around, MOQ:1kg.

Storage: Store in sealed containers at cool & dry place. Protect from light, moisture and pest infestation

Shelf life: 2 year when properly stored.

Packing:25KG/Drum, Or according to customer requirements.

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