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NUTRITIONAL AND THERAPEUTIC BENEFITS OF SUGARCANE AND ITS PRODUCTS

@inproceedings{Nisha2018NUTRITIONALAT,
  title={NUTRITIONAL AND THERAPEUTIC BENEFITS OF SUGARCANE AND ITS PRODUCTS},
  author={M. Nisha and K. Chandran and R. Gopi and V. Krishnapriya and B. Mahendran},
  year={2018}
}
Sugarcane roots, stem and its products such as juice, sugar, and jaggery are well known for their nutritional and therapeutic effects in folk and traditional system of medicine. The sugarcane juice and jaggery have various bioactivities like anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anti hyperglycaemic, diuretic, antiseptic, antioxidant, antimicrobial, cardioprotective properties. The assumptions of traditional medicinal system have been supported by modern pharmacological studies especially the richness… Expand
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