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Gokharu Chota

Gokharu Chota

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Gokharu Chota - Tribulus Terrestris - Caltrops

What is Gokhru Small (Tribulus terrestris):

Tribulus terrestris is an annual plant in the caltrop family with small woody fruit having long sharp and strong spines. It is sometimes referred to as "Chinese rhubarb," but it's actually a cousin of senna and has a similar effect on your stomach. The root and fruit of the plant have been used medicinally in traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic medicine for their phytochemical and pharmacological activities.

Tribulus may be beneficial for hypertension, coronary artery disease, hyperlipidemia, diabetes, polycystic ovary syndrome, and male and female sexual dysfunction; however, it does not improve athletic performance or bodybuilding. Because this herb’s target symptoms render it more prone to overdosing, it is important to educate patients about its potential toxicities.

Other Names: Hasak, Dareesa, Shirsheer, Hummos al-ameerGokshur, Gokhuri , Bai ji li, Tu chi li, Small Caltrops, Land Caltrops, Puncture Vine, Goathead, Croix-de-Malte, Burzeldorn, Methogokharu, Nhane Gokharu, Betha Ghokaru, Gokhru, Chota Gokhru, Senna Negalu, Negalamullu, Negalu, Michirkand, Pakhda, Tribulus terrestris Linn, Sarate, Kate Gokharu, Khare Khasak Khurd, Kharsah Goshah, Makhar, Gokhru, Gokshura, Gokhru Khurd Land Caltrops, Puncture Vine Chota-Gokhru, Gokshura, Gokaru, Gokshuru, Gokhsuru, Gokhshura, Ghokuru, Gorkhu

In the world of traditional medicine, tribulus terrestris is used as a diuretic, pain reliever, and appetite stimulant. It’s also been shown to help reduce high blood pressure, prevent kidney stones, and treat urinary infections.

Tribulus supplements have recently become popular because they may influence sexual health and improve athletic performance. In folk medicine, tribulus terrestris is used as a diuretic, pain reliever, and appetite stimulant.

For premenopausal women struggling with a low sex drive, there is some evidence that the dietary supplement may boost desire, arousal, orgasmic function and satisfaction according to a 2018 clinical trial published in Gynecological Endocrinology

In addition to its use in folk medicine, tribulus terrestris has been used by athletes looking for an edge in their performance. A 2017 meta-analysis conducted by researchers at Michigan State University showed that athletes who took about 150 milligrams of tribulus per day for three months experienced improvements in performance on bicycle ergometer tests.


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