Boosting your Test with Tribulus Alatus

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  1. Boosting your Test with Tribulus Alatus


    Analyzed is proud to bring you another great single ingredient compound, Tribulus Alatus! T. Alatus is the successor of Tribulus Terrestris. We think T. Alatus has some great potential use for you guys. I know some of you guys are thinking, not another tribulus product, but let me assure you this is NOT just another tribuls product. T- Alatus is a herb filled with plenty of saponins that have great properties such as hypoglycemic and hypolipidemic

    Hypoglycemic and hypolipidemic effects of alcoholic extract of Tribulus alatus in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats: a comparative study with T. terrestris (Caltrop).

    Abstract
    The extracts of both T. alatus and T. terrestris significantly decrease fasting glucose level in diabetic rats. After 4 and 6 hr, T. alatus extract showed significant reduction in glucose level as compared to T. terrestris. After 3 weeks of treatment with T. alatus extract, glucose level was significantly decreased to the normal level. Both the extracts also caused a significant decrease in the levels of glycosylated hemoglobin, total cholesterol, triglycerides and LDL-cholesterol. The percent of reduction in rats treated with T. alatus extract was significantly higher than that of the rats treated with T. terrestris. The results indicate that alcoholic extract of T. alatus possesses hypoglycemic activity in type-1 model of diabetes.
    PMID: 17907744
    T-alatus contains not only the same saponins found also in Tribulus Terrestris but also contains 6 novel steroidal saponins

    A survey concerning the secondary metabolites showed that steroidal saponins ( Achenbach et al., 1996, Cai et al., 2001, Bedir et al., 2002 and De Combarieu et al., 2003), lignanamides ( Li et al., 1998), alkaloids ( Wu et al., 1999), and flavonoids ( Saleh et al., 1982 and Louveaux et al., 1998) are the typical constituents of the genus, and in particular of T. terrestris, a well known and largely distributed herbal drug, used as food supplements to improve performance in sports and for the treatment of impotency ( De Combarieu et al., 2003).

    The aim of our work was to carry out the phytochemical investigation of T. alatus aerial parts and herein we report the structural characterization of six new steroidal glycosides (16) from the MeOH extract of the title plant, on the basis of extensive spectroscopic and spectrometric analysis, including 2D NMR and ESI-MS spectra. One known cholestane, one spirostane, and six flavonol glycosides were also isolated and characterized.

    DOI: - 10.1016/j.phytochem.2006.03.007
    It is believed that the saponins found in T-Alatus may might contribute to increasing endogenous testosterone levels by raising the level of luteinizing hormones

    Tribulus alatus contained steroidal saponins, which might contribute to increasing endogenous testosterone levels by raising the level of luteinizing hormones (LH) as reported for saponins isolated from T. terrestris
    PMID: 17767762
    In one study, rats that were treated with T-Alatus showed a significant increase of mean free serum testosterone levels

    The full text of that study can be found here - :: International Braz J Urol ::

    and here is an Ergo-Log review of said study - Not Tribulus terrestris, but Tribulus alatus

    I am excited Analyzed has chosen to bring this product to the market, especially as a solo ingredient product making it much more affordable than other products with T-Alatus as part of their formulation blend
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  2. Hmmm, you may have just convinced me to get some.
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  3. I've been looking for a quality source of T alatus for a while. So glad you guys released this.

  4. I think samples and people posting a thread or an honest am thread

  5. How should this be dosed? All 4 caps with breakfast or spread out with meals? Or doesn't matter?
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by GreenMachineX View Post
    How should this be dosed? All 4 caps with breakfast or spread out with meals? Or doesn't matter?
    I would spread them out.
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    I would spread them out.
    Kbayne. I would like to try this.Thinking about stacking it with macapro.Should I run it solo first, or just stack it right away? Thanks.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by grovemule View Post
    Kbayne. I would like to try this.Thinking about stacking it with macapro.Should I run it solo first, or just stack it right away? Thanks.
    I would start one of the two solo first for 4 weeks and introduce the other then.

    Have you ran macapro before?
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  9. what is macapro?
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    I would start one of the two solo first for 4 weeks and introduce the other then.

    Have you ran macapro before?
    Haven't ran macapro before.

  11. Quote Originally Posted by JudoJosh View Post
    what is macapro?
    Its a high extract maca product from BPS. I think it comes out to about 20g maca a day.

    Nice little libido boost from it.
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  12. It is prolly fine to stack. Maybe offset the two a bit as suggested earlier by kbayne
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  13. i heard someone compare this stuff to Prime; does anyone who responded to Prime agree with that statement? anybody notice any strength increases?

  14. Prime was a different form of tribulus.

  15. This is probably the closest your going to get to replacing Prime.

    I'm waiting for someone to try t-alatus with a dosing pagttern similar to the 6:9 prime protocol to see what kind of results they get
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  16. I'm running 2 bottles T-Alatus 4 caps ed. Is there a better dosage protocol, I.e. 5 days on 2 days off? Also, the USP Prime 6/9 Protocol, how many caps would be the equivalent T-Alatus dosage?

  17. Quote Originally Posted by markam04 View Post
    I'm running 2 bottles T-Alatus 4 caps ed. Is there a better dosage protocol, I.e. 5 days on 2 days off? Also, the USP Prime 6/9 Protocol, how many caps would be the equivalent T-Alatus dosage?
    How long have you been taking it? Any results?

  18. Quote Originally Posted by markam04 View Post
    I'm running 2 bottles T-Alatus 4 caps ed. Is there a better dosage protocol, I.e. 5 days on 2 days off? Also, the USP Prime 6/9 Protocol, how many caps would be the equivalent T-Alatus dosage?
    hmmm... that is a good question and honestly I do not know. I will take some experimentation to find if there is a protocol similar to the 69 one that would work with T-Alatus. Hoenstly, more not be better in this case, but if I had to guess maybe a 4/8 ratio would be similar to the Prime 69 one?
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  19. Quote Originally Posted by thescience View Post
    How long have you been taking it? Any results?
    About three weeks. I guess it's making me a bit more GRRRRR, but it's hard to tell as I've stacked it with Viron (longjack) and Endosurge (Divanil), Laxogenin, and recently Chlorotest. Maybe the difference will be more noticeable when I stop taking it. I've stopped taking the Viron and will resume after the T-Alatus finishes, as the stack was a bit overkill.

  20. Quote Originally Posted by JudoJosh View Post
    hmmm... that is a good question and honestly I do not know. I will take some experimentation to find if there is a protocol similar to the 69 one that would work with T-Alatus. Hoenstly, more not be better in this case, but if I had to guess maybe a 4/8 ratio would be similar to the Prime 69 one?
    Ok, I think it's doing it's stuff as I didn't feel any different when I stopped taking 2 caps Viron a day, and I would usually notice 'something was missing' on stopping Longjack.

  21. any strength increases?

  22. Quote Originally Posted by thescience View Post
    any strength increases?
    I'm cutting at the moment, so just trying to maintain. Things are going very well. Plenty of energy.

  23. Change in libido?

  24. Quote Originally Posted by Joshlm69 View Post
    Change in libido?
    My stack has included; Laxogenin, Sensoril, Shilajit, Longjack, Vit D, Amentomax, Cholotest, T-Atalus, Divanil, L-Dopa, Reversatrol, Erase, and now Fenugreek. (Taking a break from L-Dopa, Longjack, Divanil, but taking P-5-P to guard against possible protolactin sides from Fenugreek.

    So it can be difficult to ascertain what's doing what, but I'm pleased with the alpha feeling and energy I'm getting.
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