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Carcinogenic tar from yerba mate

, : Carcinogenic tar from yerba mate. Bol. Inst. Med. exp. Cancer, B. Aires. 18: 56, 5-38

A carcinogenic tar was obtained from yerba mate leaves by high temperature distillation, but it is considered that there can be no danger in drinking an infusion of the leaves since the amount of heating is relatively slight and the tar is not water soluble.


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