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Ingredients: flavonoids, alkaloids, vitamin C, and furastanol.

Tribulus Herb extract enhances the secretion of gastric juice, lowers the level of cholesterol in the blood, and blood pressure, increases contractile ability of the myocardium.

The drug has immunomodulating properties, increases the level of testosterone by 60-70%, and accelerates the set of muscle mass, increase strength and endurance by the action of an anabolic hormone testosterone. Tribulus Plus also has strong diuretic action, due to which athletes can easily get rid of excess fluid in the body before a competition.

The drug activates protein synthesis, energy metabolism, increases physical performance and adaptation to physical loads. The drug inhibits the catabolism (destruction of tissues) and increases anabolism - tissue growth, updating them. Potassium orotate stimulates the biosynthesis of nucleic acids (RNA, DNA), through which is protein synthesis of muscle tissue.

The drug should not be taken during pregnancy and lactation. Anyway, you can easily purchase Tribulus Plus online no prescription.

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