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Can Honey Really Kill MRSA?

As antibiotic resistance becomes an increasing issue, researchers are busy investigating natural alternatives to fight deadly infections. Researchers in Liverpool for example, investigated the effects of using honey as an antibacterial agent for post-operative wound care in the fight against MRSA. Patients that had honey applied to their wounds had 36% fewer incidences of infection, and spent around 25% less time in the hospital compared to those who were not administered honey.

Lead researcher, Dr. Val Robson, explained that honey has antibacterial properties because of its high sugar content, presence of hydrogen peroxide, and low water content. Robson has since dubbed the honey utilized in this study “Medihoney.”

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