Potential of honey in the treatment of wounds and burns.

  title={Potential of honey in the treatment of wounds and burns.},
  author={Peter C. Molan},
  journal={American journal of clinical dermatology},
  volume={2 1},
  • Peter C. Molan
  • Published 2001 in American journal of clinical dermatology
There has been a renaissance in recent times in the use of honey, an ancient and traditional wound dressing, for the treatment of wounds, burns, and skin ulcers. In the past decade there have been many reports of case studies, experiments using animal models, and randomized controlled clinical trials that provide a large body of very convincing evidence for its effectiveness, and biomedical research that explains how honey produces such good results. As a dressing on wounds, honey provides a… CONTINUE READING
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