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Hibiscus has diabetes-busting potential - Times of India


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Hibiscus has diabetes-busting potential
Times of India
Scientists from India's northeast and West Bengal have unlocked the potential of natural chemicals derived from a particular Hibiscus species, known for its cottony colour-changing blossoms and medicinal properties, that could generate a new and better ...
Scientists unlock Hibiscus' diabetes-busting potentialKhaleej Times

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Indian scientists unlock Hibiscus' diabetes-busting potential - Indileak


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Indian scientists unlock Hibiscus' diabetes-busting potential
Indileak
Found across India, leaves and flowers of the shrubby Hibiscus mutabilis are used to treat swellings and skin infections. The samples – Hibiscus leaves – were collected from the scenic northeast region. Alak Kumar Buragohain, professor, Department of ...
Indian scientists unlock Hibiscus' diabetes-busting potential (Health Feature)Vancouver Desi

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A reader's delight - The Hindu


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A reader's delight
The Hindu
The same note of language-loss is poignantly seen in the poem 'Flowers have Turned Brutish'. Jorasanko: Select ... Bina Sarkar Ellias', 'Shantiniketan 2' ably captures the abode of Tagore in a storm when 'leaves swirled/in a dervish dance'. Finally ...

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