The most useful medicinal herbs to treat diabetes

@article{Moradi2018TheMU,
  title={The most useful medicinal herbs to treat diabetes},
  author={Behzad. Moradi and Saber Abbaszadeh and Somayeh Shahsavari and Mohsen Alizadeh and Fatemeh Beyranvand},
  journal={Biomedical Research and Therapy},
  year={2018}
}
Diabetes mellitus is a syndrome that is characterized by hyperglycemia, change in the metabolism of lipids, carbohydrates, and proteins, and in the long term, with eye, kidney, cardiovascular, and neurological complications. Plenty of plants from different regions of the world have been investigated for anti-diabetic effects. This review article was designed to report some of the most important medicinal plants with hypoglycemic properties according to reliable clinical and laboratory evidence… Expand
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