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Synonyms for caltrop

tropical annual procumbent poisonous subshrub having fruit that splits into five spiny nutlets

Mediterranean annual or biennial herb having pinkish to purple flowers surrounded by spine-tipped scales

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Tribulus terrestris (tribulus) has long been attributed to influencing libido and boosting sex drive in humans according to traditional herbal medicine texts.
Locomotor effects in sheep of alkaloids identified in Australian Tribulus terrestris.
TOPALAF is one of the herbal medicines including Tribulus terrestris, Orchis mascula, Phoenix dactylifera, Allium ampeloprasum, Lepidium sativus, Amygdalus communis and Ficus carica (Table 1).
Tribulus terrestris, commonly known as puncture vine, is an endemic weed to many regions of the world including the Mediterranean, India, China, South Africa and Australia.
406 cases of angina pectoris in coronary heart disease treated with saponin of Tribulus terrestris.
Among its ingredients, WYLD Woman contains Tribulus Terrestris, Damiana Leaves, Muira Puama, Siberian Ginseng, B Vitamins and Chromium.
d) Tribulus terrestris is most effective for PCOS in women during the week prior to the menstrual cycle.
A variety of botanicals such as Tribulus terrestris, Aframomum melegueta, Eurycoma longifolia, Cnidium monnieri, Ferula harmonis, Mucuna pruriens, Lepidium meyenii and yohimbine as an alkaloid obtained from the bark of Pausinystalia johimbe (Corynanthe yohimbe) (Tharakan and Manyam, 2005), as well as Passiflora incarnate (Dhawan et al.
Forza-T(TM) is a scientifically designed combination of 6-OXO(TM), Tribulus Terrestris, and ZMA to kick-start your body's own production of testosterone.
1-2: Density, variyans and number of weeds in corn fields in Dashte looin region Alhaji sp, 7% Amaranthus blitoides 4% Amaranthus retroflexus 5% Chenopodium album 3% Hibiscus trionum 7% Setaria sp 54% Solanum nigrum 2% Sorghum Halepens 15% Datura stramonium 3% Helioliotropium sp 3% Xanthium 3% Tribulus terrestris 3% Visia vilosa 3% Brassica napus 3% Echinops robustus 3% Salsola crassa 3% Note: Table made from pie chart.
Hormonal effects of Tribulus terrestris (TT) were evaluated in primates, rabbit and rat to identify its usefulness in the management of erectile dysfunction (ED).
Tribulus terrestris has been gaining in popularity for its ability to raise testosterone levels.
SC/NM 3 N V R Su ZYGOPHYLLACEAE Tribulus terrestris L.
Tribulus terrestris is known for its use in the traditional medicine of many countries for treatment of cancer and cardiac diseases, edema, skin itch and wounds and impotence [11].
mandshuricum TCM26 Semen Persicae Prunus Persica TCM27 Rhizoma Cimicifugae foetidae Cimicifuga goetida TCM28 Fructus Tribuli Tribulus terrestris TCM29 Rhizoma Acori tatarinowii Acorus tatarinowii TCM30 Rhizoma Sparganii Sparganium stoloniferum TCM31 Radix Bupleuri chinensis Bupleurum chinense TCM32 Radix Puerariae Pureraria lobata TCM33 Semen Plalycladi Platycladus orientalis TCM34 Semen Ziziphi spinosae Ziziphus jujuba var.