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Honey: The Solution for Antibiotic Resistant “Super Bugs”?

by Elizabeth Renter, Natural Society:

Antibiotic resistance is a true crisis, one that is growing and is even recognized by the federal government as a near-future crisis. An over-dependence on antibiotics and the sanitization of everything has helped bacterial evolve into unstoppable “super bugs”, or those that are capable of resisting conventional drugs designed to kill them. The solution is complex and involves reducing our use of antibiotics, but it may also include the use of something as beautifully simple as honey.

“The unique property of honey lies in its ability to fight infection on multiple levels, making it more difficult for bacteria to develop resistance,” said Susan M. Meschwitz, Ph.D. , leader of a study presented at the 247th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society.

Honey, Dr. Meschwitz went on, acts using a combination of components toxic to bacterial cells, including osmotic effect, high sugar content, polyphenols, acidity, and hydrogen peroxide.

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2 comments to Honey: The Solution for Antibiotic Resistant “Super Bugs”?

  • c.i.

    Au Jarrah Honey Is The Best.

  • jonathan

    Sorry to inform you Susan Meschwitz but the benefits of honey were discovered thousands of years ago the chemical analysis of the beneficial chemicals in honey was discovered a hundred years nothing your saying is new I have books from the 1950’s describing everything you’re saying here.

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