Salt Bush
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Salt Bush Overview

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Salt bush is a shrub that grows throughout the Mediterranean region, in the Middle East, northern Africa, and southern Europe. As its name suggests, it is especially common in areas where the soil is saline. Salt bush is a nutritious plant, high in protein, vitamins C , A , and D , and minerals such as chromium . It is also fairly tasty—shepherds as well as their flocks enjoy eating salt bush.

Dosage

No standard dosage of salt bush has been established.

Warning: Diabetes is a serious disease that should be treated only under medical supervision. Salt bush cannot be used as a substitute for insulin. Blood sugar levels should also be closely monitored. For more information, see Safety Issues.

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