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. 2015 Nov 1;5(2):104-105.
eCollection 2016.

Hibiscus esculentus and Diabetes Mellitus

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Hibiscus esculentus and Diabetes Mellitus

Fatemeh Dehghan Shahreza. J Nephropharmacol. .
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Keywords: Diabetes mellitus; Hibiscus esculentus; Hyperglycemia.

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