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Common brand names:Lantus, Lantus Solostar
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Animal studies have shown that dandelion can lower blood sugar levels. In a case report, a patient who was taking insulin for diabetes developed episodes of hypoglycemia after adding dandelion to her treatment regimen.1 People taking blood sugar-lowering drugs should therefore not take dandelion without the supervision of a doctor.
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