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MEDICINAL HERBS AFFECTING GONADOTROPIN HORMONES IN WOMEN: AN UPDATED SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

@inproceedings{Farahbod2018MEDICINALHA,
  title={MEDICINAL HERBS AFFECTING GONADOTROPIN HORMONES IN WOMEN: AN UPDATED SYSTEMATIC REVIEW},
  author={F. Farahbod and S. H. Soureshjani},
  year={2018}
}
Plants and their derivatives can exacerbate or relieve diseases such as infertility, puberty disorders, and menopause. [...] Key Method The key word "GnRH" or "FSH" or "Luteinizing Hormone" was searched in conjunction with the words Medicinal plant, Herb * and Phyto * in the ISI and PubMed databases (using Endnote software). Then articles related to herbs and products affecting the hormones of GnRH, FSH and LH, were included in the study, following inclusion and exclusion criteria. Plants and plant derivatives…Expand
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