Monday, January 31, 2011

Apitherapy Journal Looks at Health Benefits of Malaysian Tualang Honey

Special Issue: Tualang Honey
Journal of ApiProduct and ApiMedical Science, Vol. 3, Issue 1, 2011

Original Research Articles

• Evaluation of Radical Scavenging Activity and Colour Intensity of Nine Malaysian Honeys of Different Origin
• Effect of Honey on Testicular Functions in Rats Exposed to Cigarette
• A Randomized Control Trial Comparing the Effects of Manuka Honey and Tualang Honey on Wound Granulation of Post Debridement Diabetic Foot Wounds
• Effect of a Combination of Jumping Exercise and Honey Supplementation on the Mass, Strength and Physical Dimensions of Bones in Young Female Rats
• Tualang Honey Hydrogel in the Treatment of Split-Skin Graft Donor Sites
• The Benefit of Tualang Honey in Reducing Acute Respiratory Symptoms Among Malaysian Hajj Pilgrims: A Preliminary Study
• The Efficacy of Tualang Honey in Comparison to Silver in Dressing Wounds in Rats
• Treatment of Partial Thickness Burn Wounds Using Tualang Honey, Hydrofibre and Silver Dressings: A Pilot Study
• Different Solid Phase Extraction Fractions of Tualang (Koompassia excelsa) Honey Demonstrated Diverse Antibacterial Properties Against Wound and Enteric Bacteria

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