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A Honey of a Sinusitis Treatment

...cterial biofilms that is far superior to the most powerful anti-microbials used in medicine today," Marsan said. This study has shown that certain honeys may play some role in the management of these chronic infections that are extremely difficult to treat, Marsan said. "This study was carried out in-vi...

Honey Beats Meds at Soothing Kids' Cough

...er, DM was not much better at reducing cough than no treatment, the researchers found. Paul's team used a dark honey in their trial. Whether other honeys would be equally effective is not known, Paul said. Some of the children were hyperactive for a short time after being given the honey, Paul said. ...

Honeydew Honey Better Than Nectar Honey

... A study on anti-oxidant properties of honeys from different floral origins finds that honeys produced by bees feeding on honeydew have greater ...limentario, in Madrid, Spain. Each of the 36 honeys was exposed to a range of physical and chemical te...
honeys in Biological News

Honeydew honeys are better antioxidants than nectar honeys

A study of 36 Spanish honeys from different floral origins revealed that honeys generated by bees feeding on honeydew have greater antioxidant properties than those produced by bees feeding on nectar. The study is published in this month’s edition of the Journal of the Science of Food and Agricultu...

American Chemical Society's weekly PressPac -- May 6, 2009

...simple test for distinguishing 100 percent natural honeys from adulterated or impure versions that they say ...eeper and then prepared adulterated samples of the honeys by adding 1 percent corn syrup. They showed that t... new technique accurately distinguished the impure honeys from the pure versions based on differences in the...

Honey adds health benefits, is natural preservative and sweetener in salad dressings

... to sweeten their salad dressing recipes. "We chose clover and blueberry honeys for the study after an analysis of the sweetening potential, antioxidant activity, and phenolic profiles of 19 honeys with varying characteristics," said the scientist. The dressings were al...
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