Manuka Honey

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A medicinal grade honey applied topically to treat decubitus ulcers or prepare wound beds for skin grafts
Application When compared to standard hydrogel therapy, venous leg ulcers dressed with manuka honey have less slough, better healing and a lower incidence of infection
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(2016) have reported the absent of HMF in monofloral honeys from the genus Melipona in different regions from Brazil, and Biluca et al.
Loustalot, "Chromatographic analysis of sugars applied to the characterisation of monofloral honey," Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, vol.
The Ca levels have a range of <1ppb-4.50 ppm quite less than Eastern Slovakia [8] (20.3 [+ or -] 3.09 ppm) in monofloral honey samples and in Argentine honey samples [5] (6.92 [+ or -] 4.35 ppm).
It also highlights the importance of screening of different types of monofloral honey for their antimicrobial activity against specific bacterial strain.
A characteristic feature of honey from the Lazdijai District is monofloral honey from Onobrychis, which contains dominant pollen of this plant (52.1-54.4%), and polyfloral honey with Onobrychis pollen as secondary or an important minor (9.2-17.8%).
Like wines from a single vineyard, monofloral honey exhibits a unique character that one could think of as honey terroir.
A great contribution for Venezuelan apiculture would be the study of antibacterial properties of other monofloral honey. Some medicinal honeys may be described under such approach and will provide evidence to improve the local regulations of honey, with a comprehensive review like A Century of Federal Honey Research [30].
Research indicated that monofloral honey presents properties, which promote human health, depending on the floral source.
"Chromatographic analysis of sugars applied to the characterization of monofloral honey," Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry: 380, 698-705.
Antimicrobial activity of different Finnish monofloral honeys against human pathogenic bacteria.
Phenolics from monofloral honeys protect human erythrocyte membranes against oxidative damage.
This parameter is also used for the classification of monofloral honeys [35].