Again about how good it is, right? Can manuka honey kill Pseudomonas aeruginosa or Burkholderia spp, both involved in cystic fibrosis and chronic granulomatosis? Well, there is good news on this. We heard manuka honey is the best honey. Funny enough, the thing that most people know is that it kills superbugs, like Staphylococcus aureus or Helicobacter pylori, and know less that it is excellent for any type of wound or burn – which is its main health benefit. The… Read More
A woman knows the feeling of embarrassment, shame, dirt, low self-esteem and bad sex experiences that vaginitis brings. To call it unpleasant is an understatement. How can we treat vaginitis naturally? Or otherwise, only to get free of it? We go to the doctor when the symptoms are unbearable, undergo the treatment, improvement appears and after half a year, here it is again. Once you have it, it may come back any time. So what shall we do? Go for… Read More
Is there a natural way to cure stomach ulcer? Is honey good for ulcer or gastritis? Does manuka honey kill Helicobacter pylori? Or heal the ulcer? Before going to check if the pain we feel is cased by an ulcer in our stomach (gastroscopy is the test that can accurately diagnose stomach ulcer) we hope we can solve the problem at home, by changing parts of our diets (actually eliminating some of the acidic food that give immediate pain or… Read More
Honey is an effective natural treatment for MRSA infection. Which honeys have the highest antibacterial power?
Not all honeys are born equal. Do you know which honeys have the highest antibacterial power? And which of these can kill MRSA – the super-bug that can harm us so badly and is so difficult to kill? It has become more and more difficult to eradicate powerful infections. The microbes mutate faster than conventional medicine can keep up with. This is why the possibility of using herbs, honeybee products and other natural products for the treatment of infection is… Read More
Ulmo honey is elm honey from Chile. And when it is fresh it kills MRSA isolate better than manuka honey UMF25+. Name: Eucryphia Cordifolia Cav. Family: Cunoniaceae Related to Eucryphia lucida (letherwood) and Eucryphia moorei (stinkwood). Other names: ulmo, muermo (Spanish), elm (English) Distribution: native to the temperate forests of southern Chile and Argentina. Five Eucryphia species that have been described worldwide.Two occur in the Los Lagos Region (Eucryphia cordifolia Cav. and Eucryphia glutinosa), two in Tasmania and one in southwest Australia. Main characteristics: Ulmo is… Read More
Honey is known for its antibacterial properties, but what is it about manuka honey that makes it so special to cost $520 per kilogram? Manuka honey became very popular when people heard that it could kill the drug-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, Acinetobacter baumannii, and Enterococci species. These are just some of the nosocomial pathogens with increased antimicrobial resistance that cause difﬁcult-to-treat infections worldwide. Manuka honey has both antimicrobial properties and the ability to increase the efficacy of approved antibiotic drugs. Its fame grew with a multitude… Read More