Tribulus terrestris MT is indicated for debilitated states of the sexual organs, as expressed in seminal weakness, ready emission and impoverished semen. Literature also recommends for prostatis, sexual neurasthenia, auto-traumatism of masturbation correcting the emissions and spermatorrhoea. Partial impotence caused by overindulgence of advancing age, or when accompanied by urinary symptoms, incontinence, painful micturition, etc. It is also recommended for fevers, specially in intermittent fevers, jaundice, splenic affections, leprosy, leucorrhoea, rheumatism, skin diseases, secondary syphilis, genito-urinary troubles such as gonorrhoea, dysuria etc. Research studies conclude that its extracts appear to possess aphrodisiac activity probably due to androgen increasing property of TT.
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