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Diabetina is a traditional herbal blend (normally in tea form) consumed in countries such as Mexico, Poland and India. Diabetina is an alternative medicine, believed to lower blood sugar levels. Although ingredients differ across nations, One specific blend from Mexico consists of blueberry, horehound, horsetail, eucalyptus, barberry, dandelion root and prickly pear cactus. For more information, see "The use of traditional plant medicines for non-insulin dependent Diabetes mellitus in south Texas" by Noel, Pugh, Larme and Marsh.

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