Ocotea essential oil comes from the Ocotea quixos plant, native to Colombia and Ecuador. Amazonian tribes prize this evergreen tree for its anti-inflammatory properties. So it's no surprise that it is making a comeback in modern natural therapies as well.
Type 1 diabetes is a difficult to control autoimmune metabolic disease with long-term adverse cardiovascular effects. Almost all people with type 1 diabetes will depend on insulin for life. Other non-insulin, anti-diabetic medicines such as metformin, sulfonyureas, and thiazolindinediones are optional add-on therapies. However the benefits are minimal, if any. On the other hand, some ... Read more
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