Lepidium sativum


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Lepidium sativum

member of the plant family Brassicaceae. Called also cress, the salad vegetable; contains toxic amounts of mustard oil glucosinolates; causes unpalatability, diarrhea, milk taint.
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Conclusion: Lepidium sativum extract shows efficacy in the prevention and management of diabetes mellitus and its related complications.
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