Stronger than ever before, due to the 625.0 mg standardized extracts and 440.0 mg bio-active substances per each capsule.
- The superior Maxx dosed Bulgarian Tribulus.
- Extremely concentrated and purified extracts!
- Unprecedentedly rich in bio-active ingredients!
Transcend your physical potential with Maxx dose of furostanol saponins, determined as protodioscin.*
VemoHerb® Bulgarian Tribulus Maxx:
- Enhances energy and vitality.*
- Suitable during physical and mental overwork.*
- Improves athletic performance.*
- Supports the muscle strength, growth and lean body weight in combination with regular exercise. *
- Supports the normal levels of sex hormones in a healthy body.*
- Influences positively the libido, naturally.*
How and Why It Works?
VemoHerb is a well-known brand for its top product Bulgarian Tribulus being one of the strongest, most effective original natural supplements for muscle building and testosterone support* [1-3].
3 important facts about Tribulus terrestris:
- Tribulus terrestris is a well-known first-rate plant amongst the sporting people, as it boosts energy, performance and muscle growth.* [4-6]
- The bio-active substances that Tribulus contains – the ones that are doing the magic – are the furostanol saponins and protodioscin.
- The other popular news is that these bio-active elements are present only in the herb coming from Bulgaria: “Research shows that the phytochemistry of T. terrestris samples collected from various parts of the world differs significantly. Among the steroidal saponins present in this herb, furostanol saponins are isolated only from T. terrestris of Bulgarian origin.”
So, the most important is to get a good quantity of high quality Bulgarian Tribulus that contains plenty of furostanol saponins, determined as protodioscin.
VemoHerb® Bulgarian Tribulus Maxx has it all:
- It is Bulgarian
- It is concentrated
- It is purified
- It contains analytically tested bio-active ingredients
- It is in the right dosage
- The high quality of the product is backed up by lab analysis and numerous quality certificates
+200, 0 mg extract from Bulgarian Tribulus terrestris, with content of 60% furostanol saponins, determined as protodioscin.
We are based in Bulgaria, as the herb we use, which gives us priority access to the most precious Bulgarian Tribulus terrestris herb. With more than 20 years’ experience on the market and numerous studies and clients’ feedbacks, the effectiveness of the Bulgarian Tribulus terrestris extract is well-proven.
Yet, we want to offer YOU the absolute BUSTER in the field of natural sport supplementation. We want the maximum for you. So, we boost the so well-known, super effective capsule by adding:
+200,0 mg extract from high quality Bulgarian Fenugreek, with content of 60% furostanol saponins, determined as protodioscin
That adds up to twice as much amount of furostanol saponins determined as protodioscin, again in 60% concentration! This is notably high quantity of bio-active agents, present in a completely natural product, boosting your body performance.*  And these are not in 5-10% concentration. These are again in 60%!!!
We promise to offer the MAXX. We upgrade even further the product with more Bulgarian Tribulus (not that it needs more, we just do it to make sure there is nothing more to ask). So, VemoHerb® Bulgarian Tribulus Maxx contains additionally:
+225,0 mg extract from Tribulus terrestris, with content of 90% total saponins
And don’t forget – here we are talking about analytically proven results by super-precise and modern laboratory based in the European Union. These are not some kind of dubious pills that declare on the label whatever Chinese manufacturers somehow footnote.
You are currently looking at one of the greatest and most effective Tribulus-based products.
Why is VemoHerb the best brand to buy Tribulus supplements?
When you buy VemoHerb, you can trust that you are getting a quality product that has undergone extensive testing to ensure product standardization and actual presence of the declared active ingredients. All of this is backed up by certificates from super-precise and modern in-house and third-party laboratories, based in EU.
There are many factors that enable us to be so confident in the quality and effectiveness of VemoHerb® Bulgarian Tribulus Maxx while offering it at a competitive price:
- we are based in Bulgaria, as the herbs we use (no need for costly transportation, priority access to the most precious Bulgarian herbs);
- we have our own extraction plant for the extracts we gain from the herbs (cost effectiveness, no additional costs for the final price);
- our lab specialists routinely conduct in-house and third-party lab testing to ensure product purity and identity (complete and guaranteed control at each production step);
- we encapsulate the extracts and pack the end-customer products on our own with care and perfection (not using subcontractors saves YOU money)
It is for a fact: there are not so many companies in the world that can do that:
- close the production cycle from the wild herb to the end product
- maintain complete control and analytical technology
- minimize production costs
- ensure the highest possible quality for YOU, the customer
- fairly competitive prices
With VemoHerb® Bulgarian Tribulus Maxx you get the highest dose of furostanol saponins, determined as protodioscin for ultimate results.*  It is designed to trash the competition and easily put the end of your searching for excellent quality/quantity/price ratio. Yes, you can probably find other brands containing 1000 mg extract quantity in one capsule. Unfortunately, most of these products are simply diluted and the concentration of the active substances is very low, as is their effect.
VemoHerb® Bulgarian Tribulus Maxx is based on masterful combination of dry extracts from Bulgarian Tribulus terrestris and high-quality Bulgarian Fenugreek synergy. The superior performance is due to the highest concentration of furostanol saponins determined as protodioscin and other famous bio-active ingredients in an exquisitely purified product.
It is obvious: VemoHerb® Bulgarian Tribulus Maxx delivers more concentrated capsule hence a better effect with a smaller dosage.
Get now the Perfect training booster.
The pack contains
60 vegan capsules
Active substances in one capsule
200,0 mg dry extract from Bulgarian Tribulus terrestris, with content of 60% furostanol saponins, determined as protodioscin; 200,0 mg dry extract from Bulgarian Fenugreek, with content of 60% furostanol saponins, determined as protodioscin; 225,0 mg dry extract from Tribulus terrestris, with content of 90% total saponins
Recommended daily dose
1 capsule 2-3 times a day
Directions for use
Take between the meals or as directed on the label.
The product is a food supplement not a medical drug. The product is not a substitute for a varied diet. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. It is not recommended for pregnant, nursing women and children!
1. Wenyi Zhu, Yijie Du, Hong Meng, Yinmao Dong and Li Li – A review of traditional pharmacological uses, phytochemistry, and pharmacological activities of Tribulus terrestris
Tribulus terrestris L. (TT) is an annual plant of the family Zygophyllaceae that has been used for generations to energize, vitalize, and improve sexual function and physical performance in men. The fruits and roots of TT have been used as a folk medicine for thousands of years in China, India, Sudan, and Pakistan. Numerous bioactive phytochemicals, such as saponins and flavonoids, have been isolated and identified from TT that are responsible alone or in combination for various pharmacological activities. This review provides a comprehensive overview of the traditional applications, phytochemistry, pharmacology and overuse of TT and provides evidence for better medicinal usage of TT.
2. Milanov, S., E. Maleeva, M. Tashkov. – Tribestan effect on the concentration of some hormones in the serum of healthy subjects (1981)
Tribestan effect has been studied on the serum concentration of hypophyseal hormones, of ACTH, STH, LH, FSH, adrenal hormone aldosterone and cortisol and sex hormones – testosterone and estradiol. The experiments have been carried out on 8 males and 8 females, aged 28 – 45 years of age. The product was perorally administered in a single dose of 250 mg, three times daily for 5 days. Serum samples were withdrawn at 8 a.m. and 12 a.m., prior to and post treatment. The product has been established not to change essentially the concentrations of adrenal hormones and of ACTH. The hypophyseal-gonadal axis however has significantly been affected in the females with predominantly increased concentration of FSH and estradiol and in the males – mainly of LH and the testosterone. The mechanism of that action is presumed to be complicated and realized both by direct effect on gonadal apparatus and by the tropic hormones. The probable established changes in the concentration of the hormones studied do not get out of the frames of the physiological limits. The lyophilized extract of Tribulus terrestris, introduced in veterinary practice as TB-68, has pronounced sex-stimulating function. The initial studies of this product showed that it stimulates the spermatogenesis of albino rats (Vankov S., et al., 1973) and enhanced the ovulation of female rats (Vankov S. et al. 1973). Zarkova S. (1976) has also established in rats an increased number of spermatogonia, spermatocytes as well as increase of neutral mucopolysaccharides in seminiferous tubules of the testes. Gendzhev Z. and S. Zarkova, in other experiments (1978) proved the increase of spermatic reserve in the epididymis of rats. With the view to the need of human medicine of a product stimulating sexual function, Tribestan was formulated on the base of the indicated phytochemical product. It contains saponins of furostanol type (Tomova M. et al., 1978). The first studies of Tribestan confirmed its high sex-stimulating activity in experimental animals (Zarkova S., 1981). Later, the clinical studies established a similar stimulating effect in humans as well (Protich M. at al. 1981). The present study was carried out with a view to throwing light on some aspects of the mechanism of that action of Tribestan, aiming at attaining an effect from the product on the serum concentration of some hypophyseal, sexual and adrenal hormones.
3. Roaiah, M., El Khayat, Y., GamalEl Din, S. and Abd El Salam, M. – Pilot Study on the Effect of Botanical Medicine (Tribulus terrestris) on Serum Testosterone Level and Erectile Function in Aging Males With Partial Androgen Deficiency (PADAM). J Sex Marital Ther. (2016) 42: 297
This study was conducted on 30 consecutive male patients presenting to Kasr-Al Ainy Andrology outpatient clinic complaining of manifestations of partial androgen deficiency in aging males (PADAM). In this study (750 mg/day) of Tribulus terrestris in 3 divided doses, each of 250 mg, as an endogenous testosterone enhancer had been tried for a duration of 3 months and the evaluation of its effect had been monitored for each patient concerning its effect on serum testosterone (total and free) and luteinizing hormone (LH), as well as its impact on erectile function, which was evaluated by the International Index of Erectile Function-5 (IIEF-5) questionnaire for those patients. Results showed a statistically significant difference in the level of testosterone (total and free) and IIEF-5, but no statistically significant difference in the level of LH before and after treatment. Also, the study showed statistically significant correlation between testosterone (total and free) and IIEF-5, but no statistically significant correlation between the level of LH and the IIEF-5 before and after treatment.
4. K. Milasius, R. Dadeliene, Ju. Skernevicius – The influence of the Tribulus terrestris extract on the parameters of the functional preparadness and athletes’ organism homeostase
The influence of the Tribulus terrestris extract on the parameters of the functional preparadness and athletes. organism homeostase was investigated. It was established the positive impact of dietary supplement .Tribulus. (Optimum Nutrition, USA) using per 1 capsule 3 times a day during 20 days on athletes. physical power in various energy producing zones: anaerobic alactic muscular power and anaerobic alactic glycolytic power statistically reliable increased. Tribulus terrestris extract, after 20 days of consuming it, did not have essential effect on erythrocytes, haemoglobin and thrombocytes indices. During the experimental period statistically importantly increased percentage of granulocytes and decreased percentage of leucocytes show negative impact of this food supplement on changes of leucocytes formula in athletes. blood. Creatinkinase concentration in athletes. Blood statistically importantly has increased and creatinine amount has had a tendency to decline during 20 days period of consuming Tribulus terrestris extract. The declining tendency of urea, cholesterol and bilirubin concentrations has appeared. The concentration of blood testosterone increased statistically reliable during the first half (10 days) of the experiment; it did not grow during the next 10 days while consuming Tribulus still.
5. Jameel Mohd, Ansari Javed Akhtar, Ali Abuzer, Ahamad Javed, Ali M., Tamboli Ennus – Pharmacological scientific evidence for the promise of tribulus terrestris
The usage of plants, plant extracts or plant-derived pure chemicals for disease management, become a therapeutic modality, which has stood the test of time. In the present r eview, we focus on pharmacological profile (in tabular form) of Tribulus terrestris L., apart from Phytochemistry, Taxonomy and Traditional uses. Data were l ocated, selected and extracted from SCI database, Medline, Pubmed, Highwire a nd Google Scholar. Fruits and seeds of Tribulus terrestris L., (Zygophyllaceae) are of immense importance in oriental medicine because they are used as an aphrodisiac, diuretic and anthelmintic, as well as to treat coughs and kidney failure. Tribulus terrestris L. has reported to have antimicrobial, antihypertension, diuretic, antiacetylcholine, haemolytic activity, spermatogenesis and libido enhancer, antitumor activity and effects on cardiovascular system. Furostanol and spirostanol saponins, flavonoid glycosides, alkaloids, steroidal saponins named terrestrosins A, B, C, D and E, F-gitonis, gitnin and amides have been reported to occur in Tribulus terrestris L. T raditionally T. terrestris is used in folk medicine a s a tonic, aphrodisiac, palliative, a stringent, stomachic, antihypertensive, diuretic, lithon-triptic, cordial drug and uri nary anti-infective. The ash of the whole plant is good for external application in rheumatic-arthritis.
6. Naveen Khatak & Pradeep Kumar Singh – Beneficial effect of aqueous extract of tribulus terrestris on serum glutamate pyruvic transaminase in albino rat
In recent times focus on plant research has increased all over the world and a large number of evidences have collected to show immense potential of medicinal plant used in various traditional system. More than 1300 plants have been studied during last ten-years period (Solecki, 1975). Seven of these are medicinal plants still used throughout the herbal world (Bensky and Gamble, 1993). The ancient cultures people methodically and scientifically collect information on herbs and developed well-defined herbal pharmacopoeias. Indeed swell into 20th century much of the pharmacopoeia of scientific medicine was derived from the herbal lore of native people. Many drugs including strychnine, aspirin, taxol, curare and ergot are of herbal origin. About one quarter of the prescription drugs dispensed by community pharmacies in the United States contain at least one active ingredient derived from the plant material (Farnsworth et al., 1985 and Acherknecht, 1973).
Tribulus terrestris has many medicinal uses. It has been a constituent in tonics in Indian Ayurveda practice, where it is known by its Sanskrit name “gokshura”. (MHFW, Government of India, 2001). It is also used as an aphrodisiac in Ayurveda. Some have compared the tonic properties of Tribulus terrestris to the effects of ginseng, but these occur due to entirely different mechanisms. Serum Glutamate Pyruvic Transaminase (SGPT) is the member of the transaminase family of enzymes. Transaminase referred to as transaminase amino trasnferases; facilitate mainly in the liver, catalyses the transfer of amino groups between L-alanine and glutamate to meet physiological needs. SGPT is found in large amounts in the liver and small amounts of this enzyme are found in the heart, muscle and kidney. When the liver is injured or inflamed, the levels of in the blood usually rise; therefore, this test is performed to check for signs of liver diseases. When body tissue or an organ such as the heart or liver is damaged, additional SGPT is released into the blood stream. The amount of SGPT in the blood is directly related to the extent of the tissue damage (Nicholas and Strevens, 2003 and De Ritis et al., 1972). Therefore, the aim of this present work is to examine the effect of the oral administration of aqueous extract of Tribulus terrestris on Serum Glutamate Pyruvic Transaminase in Albino rat (Rattus norvegicus).
7. CHAUDHARY, S., CHAUDHARY, P., CHIKARA, S., SHARMA, M. and IRITI, M. (2018). Review on Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum L.) and its Important Secondary Metabolite Diosgenin. Notulae Botanicae Horti Agrobotanici Cluj-Napoca
Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum L.) is a medicinal plant used worldwide since ancient times. Its use as smelling agent and spice was documented since 15th century. The genus Trigonella includes around 260 species diffused worldwide and belonging to Fabaceae family. In the last decades, a number of studies highlighted the biological activities and therapeutic properties of this species mainly attributed to bioactive secondary metabolites such as alkaloids, flavonoids, steroids and saponins. In particular, diosgenin, a steroidal saponin, has been investigated for its medicinal uses and fenugreek has been reported as source of raw material for the production of steroidal hormones. This review article focuses on the cultivation, genetics, ecophysiology and traditional uses of fenugreek, as well as on its medicinal properties, phytochemical and nutrient contents. Extraction procedures and pharmacological activities of diosgenin are also reviewed, as well as methods for its chemical analyses. This review focuses on the medicinal importance of Fenugreek and its important secondary metabolite diosgenin. The review article complies the results of pre-clinical studies conducted to establish the various medicinal applications of diosgenin. This will help researcher to discover fundamental role of diosgenin as a potential product for drug manufacturers and use of fenugreek as a source of diosgenin.
8. Kostova, I. & Dinchev, D. Saponins in Tribulus terrestris – Chemistry and Bioactivity
Tribulus terrestris is a valuable herb known for its application in the folk medicine in many parts of the world. Furostanol and spirostanol saponins of tigogenin, neotigogenin, gitogenin, neogitogenin, hecogenin, neohecogenin, diosgenin, chlorogenin, ruscogenin and sarsasapogenin type are frequently found in this plant. Four sulphated saponins of tigogenin and diosgenin type are also isolated. Extracts and steroidal saponins have been found to possess various pharmacological activities. Preparations based on the saponin fraction of T. terrestris are used for treatment of infertility and libido disorders in men and women, as well as for treatment of cardiac diseases. Food supplements containing T. terrestris extracts are on sale in USA and Europe with claim of a general stimulating action.
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