How To Make Tribulus Terrestris Tea For Erectile Dysfunction2019-02-01
Tribulus Terrestris is a type of plant that is widely distributed around the world.
They are adapted to grow in dry climate location in which few other plants can’t survive.
You can find this herb along the roadways and fields throughout the United States.
Its common names are goat’s head and puncture vine.
Although further research is needed to determine the medicinal properties and risks of using this weed as a medicinal herb, many people in different countries use this herb for various medicinal purpose.
It has been used for centuries in India and China for treating erectile dysfunction, venereal diseases, and other related sexual issues.
The Greeks used Tribulus Terrestris as a diuretic. In Vietnam, it has been used in the treatment of post-partum hemorrhage, epistaxis, and gastrointestinal bleeding.
Many health companies promote Tribulus Terrestris as a testosterone booster because it is known to contain a certain chemical that increases sex drive.
Steps To Make Tribulus Terrestris tea for Erectile Dysfunction
Teabags are certainly convenient, but if you want to prepare your own herbal blends here a step-by-step instruction for you…
Harvest a healthy Tribulus Terrestris herbs when the plants start producing flowers.
Look for a mature plant that displays even growth and color throughout the entire plant.
Cut off the outer portions of the stems that are surrounded by the young leaves and flowers or flower buds that are almost ready to open.
Place the cut Tribulus vegetation in a colander, a brisk stream of water and some gentle rubbing is enough to clean the dirt.
Dab the stems with a paper towel to absorb excess moisture. Gather the ends of the stems in a bunch and tie them together with a piece of string.
Hold the stems upside down and lower them into a paper bag.
Tie another piece of string around the top of the bag and the stems to keep the Tribulus clean and dust-free while it dries.
Hang the bag containing the stems in a dry area out of direct sunlight.
Check the Tribulus every few days. Remove the vegetation from the bag when it feels dry and brittle. Strip the leaves off the stems.
Place the dried leaves in a pestle. Crush the dry leaves into a fine powder by grinding the brittle leaves against the bottom and edges of the pestle with the mortar. Store the powdered Tribulus in a clean, dark jar.
Add up to 1 teaspoon of the powdered Tribulus to a cup of hot water to make tea. Stir well. Consume the tea in the morning and early in the evening.
Many people drink this remedy to fire up the sex drive hoping to have a successful session between the sheets.
You could experience some shakiness or light-headedness if you’re extremely sensitive to changes in the amount of glucose present in your blood.