Thread: ebay tribulus
02-02-2005, 10:26 PM #1
I'm in the market for some trib, and I have seen 1lb bags of trib sell for $12 plus $5.95 S+H. I was wondering if anyone else has tried it or knows if it is any good. BTW, the seller is ALL AMERICAN INGREDIENTS.
02-03-2005, 12:38 AM #2
never heard of the company. I would ask before ordering if they have a lab assay, or at least a COA.
02-03-2005, 10:58 AM #3
Yeah I'll e-mail them. I remember people saying they bought it though and there were no posts about it afterwards (I searched). Thanks.
02-03-2005, 12:03 PM #4
im guessing it is in powder form? if it is legit let us know, thats a pretty good deal
02-04-2005, 11:05 AM #5
I asked if they can e-mail me the label and here's what I got. Sorry about the format. Not the most informational either. Does anyone have some specific questions I can ask?
*TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS IS A HERB, WHICH WAS ORIGINALLY USED TO TREAT IMPOTENCY AND IS NOW BECOMING INCREASINGLY POPULAR IN THE BODY BUILDING INDUSTRY AS A TESTOSTERONE BOOSTER .*IT IS BELIEVED BY EXPERTS THAT TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS ENHANCES THE BODYS' LEUTINIZING HORMONE (LH). LH IS A PITUITARY HORMONE RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING TESTOSTERONEPRODUCTION. IT NATURALLY FOLLOWS THAT THE HIGHER YOUR LH LEVELS, THE HIGHER YOUR TESTOSTERONE LEVELS , CREATING THE POTENTIAL FOR ENORMOUS GAINS, ESPECIALLY SINCEWE ARE DISTRIBUTORS OF THIS HERB, ENABLING YOU TO BE CERTAIN THAT YOU ARE RECEIVING ONLY THE FINEST TRIBULUS AVAILABLERELY ON US TO PROVIDE YOU WITH TRIBULUS THAT IS CONSISTENTLY AND THAT WE ARE ALWAYS GOING TO HAVE IN STOCK!!!!
CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSISPRODUCT: TRIBULUS TERRESTRIS BOTANICAL NAME: TRIBULUS
MANUFACTURING DATE: JANUARY, 2004
EXPIRATION DATE: JANUARY, 2006
ASSAY FOR SPECIFICATIONS
RESULTSAPPEARANCE: GREEN POWDER CONFORMS
LOSS ON DRYING <10.0% 7.2%
ODOR & TASTE CHARACTERISTIC CONFORMS
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN BULGARIA CONFORMS
PARTICLE SIZE 60 MESH CONFORMS
E.COLI & SALMONELLA NEGATIVE CONFORMS
PART USED FRUIT CONFORMS
02-04-2005, 01:25 PM #6
Well, I sent another e-mail asking for the saponins percentage, and I was e-mailed saying that it was fruit powder with about 5-7% total saponins. I guess that makes it pretty much useless?
02-04-2005, 03:17 PM #7
sounds likes its not the extract
check out trueprotein.com they sell 100g for 18 bucks and its
90% total saponins
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