Sunday, October 29, 2017

Manuka Honey as Cancer-Fighting Agent

UAEU research into curative properties of Manuka honey reaches new breakthrough

The National

A UAE University team has found that Manuka honey effectively inhibits the growth of a variety of cancerous cells. Rich-Joseph Facun / The National
The beneficial health effects of high-quality honey have long been documented by researchers.

As Philip McCabe, president of the world beekeeping federation likes to say, “Honey was a medicine before medicine was even invented.”

Scholars at the United Arab Emirates University recently reached a new breakthrough in their years-long study of Manuka honey as a cancer-fighting agent.

The research team, led by Dr Basel Al-Ramadi, professor of cancer immunology at UAEU, discovered that Manuka honey — when injected as part of a medical concoction — helped combat the growth of several types of cancer cells....

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