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Diabetes ethnopharmacology in rural region: study of a case report and review of literature

Endocrinology & Metabolism International Journal
Ghoul Jamal, Bouzenna Hafsia,Jaballah Abir, Ben Nasr Hmed

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Recently, there is an ascendant recourse for medicinal plants’ utilization as treatment of several chronic diseases, including diabetes. While effective in wound healing, some herbs might present toxic effects at certain doses or when used for long periods. In this study, the frequently used antidiabetic herbs, in a rural region, was reviewed with special focus on their possible toxicological features.


herbal medicine, toxicological features, diabetes