Insulin and Insulina: Bridging the Gap

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Insulin and Insulina: Bridging the Gap
Insulin and Insulina: Bridging the Gap
Belief in one plant's ability to treat type 2 diabetes among Dominican communities is so strong that they actually call it "insulina." A member of the ginger family, the plant's leaves are brewed as a tea, and healers advise their patients to drink it for their "azucar," or sugar, as they call the diabetic condition.
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