Natural treatment for diabetes found in a subtropical plant

(Natural News) Calophyllum brasiliense, which is commonly called Santa Maria, is a plant native to Latin America. This subtropical plant is widely used by practitioners of traditional medicine as a remedy for bronchitis, liver disorders, gastrointestinal diseases, pain, inflammation, high blood pressure, rheumatism, and diabetes. However, most of these folkloric uses of Santa Maria have not been extensively studied. Researchers from…

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