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Therapeutic Effects of Ficus Carica Leaves: A Brief Review

@inproceedings{Tchomb2015TherapeuticEO,
  title={Therapeutic Effects of Ficus Carica Leaves: A Brief Review},
  author={L. Tchomb{\'e} and Adnane Louajri},
  year={2015}
}
Ficus Carica would be the first grown tree in food history. The fig is one of the first fruits to be dried and preserved by humans. Different parts of Ficus Carica including its leaves have been used in some traditional medicine systems to treat various ailments. The aim of this review is to go through the current research on the pharmacological effects of fig leaves. 

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