Profile: Many traditional medical systems, including Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine, have used tribulus for its wellness-promoting characteristics.
Tribulus terrestris is also known as goat's head, devil's thorn, and puncture vine because of its fruit, which has long, prickly spines. In some regions of the world, the plant is regarded as a harmful weed since it grows best in arid, disturbed soils. Tribulus powder can be tinctured or used to make capsules. Some cultures use tribulus fruit powder with milk or juice.
Tribulus, also known as puncturevine caltrop and little caltrops, is a plant that belongs to the Zygophyllaceae family.
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