“detailed information: infections with the so-called hospital germs”-MRSA (Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus) are on the rise worldwide. According to estimates, Europe each year 50,000 people die from this. The problem: The MRSA bacteria are resistant to antibiotics. A research group headed by Professor Rose Cooper (University of Wales) now found out that Manuka honey can inhibit the growth of dangerous bacteria: in addition to the MRSA agents Pseudomonas include aeruginosa and A Streptokokken1. Honey prevents the beginning of an acute infection by he makes it impossible for the bacteria to attach themselves to the tissue. In this way the bacteria itself can make no antibiotics protection in the form of a biofilm”, explained Cooper. By the same author: Newcastle University. … and antibiotics can make back more effectively the research results of Rose Cooper even suggest that Manuka honey sensitized existing MRSA germs to antibiotics again.
These new findings mean that particular antibiotics, the protracted and chronic infections be used repeatedly, finally may have efficacy. For the researcher at any rate it is clear: the results of our laboratory work clearly honey makes the MRSA germs sensitive to antibiotics. That would mean that the appropriate therapy works much more effectively when Manuka honey is applied in addition. Every year again, when it is cold and uncomfortable… Canadian researchers made similar experiences: they noted that rhinosinusitis (concurrent inflammation of the nasal mucous membrane, as well as the mucous membrane of the sinus) the infection so bad sound off, because including MRSA germs on the mucosa of biofilms, which were heavily vulnerable for antibiotics.
Up to 70 percent of the bacteria could be killed by using Manuka honey. Conclusion of the study leader Dr. Talal Alandejani: external applications such as a nasal rinse with honey would be the ideal solution for rhinosinusitis: easily applicable, non-toxic and inexpensive. … He is active” “Resistance for the therapist and author (the healing power of honey”) Detlef mix of New Zealand Manuka honey can do much more: this honey inhibits and removes harmful pathogens, but strengthens the defences as sustainable and promotes healing. ” The active ingredient of Methylglyoxal (MGO) – is responsible for the antibacterial power the higher the MGO value the greater is the effectiveness (E.g. MGO contains 400 + 400 mg per kg honey). A value of 100 mg of MGO Manuka honey is considered antibacterial active”. The tip from healer mix to strengthen the immune power: daily 1 teaspoon of active Manuka honey (MGO 250 +) slowly dissolve in your mouth can be. If it itch in your throat or cough repeat several times a day the inner walls of the nose at bedtime with plenty (MGO 100 +) Manuka honey, for a cold brush. Manuka honeys are free of genetic engineering all Manuka honey and bee products by Manuka health are free of genetic engineering. In New Zealand there are according to a release from the local Environmental protection agency no agricultural products from the cultivation of genetically modified seed. All products available in Germany come from Manuka health New Zealand. The honeys are original bottled in the country of origin and thus are free from pollen of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). 1 Rowena Jenkins/Teckla Kazimoto/Rose Cooper: “interaction of antibiotics combined with manuka honey on MRSA”, society for General Microbiology, Spring Conference 2011,