Research progress of Tunisian medicinal plants used for acute diabetes

  • Aidi Wannes W
  • Marzouk B
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The use of the medicinal plants in treating diabetes is frequent in Africa, especially in Tunisia, and it is ritually transmitted from generation to generation within cultures. Many of Tunisian medicinal plants have been experimentally validated. A comprehensive review was conducted to pile up information from scientific journal articles, including indigenous knowledge researches, about Tunisian medicinal plants used for the treatment of diabetes. The aim of this review article is to provide the reader with information concerning the importance of Tunisian medicinal plants in the treatment of diabetes and to draw attention of the health professionals and scientists working in the field of pharmacology and therapeutics to develop new drug formulations to cure different kinds of diabetes.




Aidi Wannes, W., & Marzouk, B. (2016). Research progress of Tunisian medicinal plants used for acute diabetes. Journal of Acute Disease, 5(5), 357–363.

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