Skin and chronic wound infections caused by Staphylococcus aureus are on the rise worldwide. To make matters worse this bacteria, which is a common causative agent of acute and chronic skin infections, has now become resistant to antibiotics. In the United States alone chronic wound infections affect 6.5 million patients and is estimated to cost the … Continue reading Why Pairing Manuka honey with Antibiotics creates successful wound healing
Introducing PRI's New Australian Manuka Honey! Manuka Honey is collected with care from the down under native Manuka trees in Australia. Australia has over 80 Manuka species within it's native remote forests, including the same native Leptospermum scoparium species that is found in New Zealand. This diverse environment allows for the highest quality Manuka Honey … Continue reading Australian Manuka Honey
MG (Methylglyoxol) is found in a range of food products including wine, beer, roasted coffee, bread, dairy products, soy sauce and lipids (fats). But the reason we are talking about it is because it also constitutes the major part of the total antibacterial activity found in New Zealand Manuka honey. MG is thought to increases … Continue reading What is Methylglyoxol?