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Tribulus Published: 8th May, 2012  
Ahh, the 90s. The decade that produced Full House, Aqua, and taught us that there ainít no party like an S Club party. It was also the decade that tribulus terrestris truly gained popularity in male bodybuilding and athletic circles, naturally assisting in the muscle rebuilding cycle. But Tribulus isnít just some crazy 90s fad (like Tamogotchis or bowl haircuts). This warrior of an herb has been used for centuries in Traditional Chinese Medicine as a testosterone stimulant and aphrodisiac for men. Boosting testosterone reduces the amount of time in which a muscle requires to recover, allowing muscles the opportunity to heal and expand at a faster pace. Tribulus is a natural stabilizer, balancing the bodyís hormonal levels and improving circulation. As such, Tribulus is a fabulous complement to exercise and recovery, with an increased libido and sexual energy thrown in for good measure. An editorís pick, this manliest of teas will leave you invigorated and thirsty for more, whether itís exercise in the gymÖor in the bedroom.

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