From raw honey, new hope could be born to fight super resistant bacteria, those bacteria that are no longer annihilated by normal antibiotics. Just in these days we told you about Manuka honey as the only food with antibacterial properties proven by science.Don't store avocado like this: it's dangerous
From raw honey new hope could arise to counter the super resistant bacteria, those bacteria that are no longer annihilated by the municipalities aantibiotics. Just in these days we have talked to you about the Manuka honey as the only food with research-proven antibacterial properties.
Now the focus of science shifts to raw honey and honey 13 types of microorganisms, of the real good bacteria, contained in it. Perhaps this type of germs could be used as alternative to antibiotics in the fight against super resistant bacteria.
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The research in question was conducted in Sweden, by experts from theLund University. Scholars refer specifically to strains of super-resistant MRsa bacteria and methicillin-resistant staph. Useful microorganisms would remain active in raw honey and would be able to perform adisinfectant action.
However, the same good bacteria would not be present in common honey sold in the supermarket, as this product is subjected to industrial processes capable of destroying these characteristics. Raw honey will be the solution to the problem of super resistant bacteria both in industrialized countries and in the Developing countries where is this food readily available?
The application of honey on the skin as a disinfectant has centuries of history, but at the moment science has not yet tested the effectiveness of raw honey on human wounds. According to experts, raw honey, a live food, when used as a disinfectant substance, can be effective against a broad spectrum of bacteria. All thanks to the lactic bacteria, able to produce the right antimicrobial compounds. To learn more, see the study Swedish published in the scientific journal International Wound Journal.
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