Tribulus

Tribulus refers to the spiky fruits from a plant native to Southern Europe, Southern Asia, Africa and Australia. It is sometimes called burra gokharu, bindii, caltrop, puncturevine and tackweed, depending on the region it comes from. There is little written history of its use as a food, but a fair amount of information on its use in traditional medicinal systems of India and China. It is used in those systems mainly as a tonic to promote vitality, and as an aphrodisiac.*

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