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Curative properties of floral honey and honey from sugar-fed bees on induced gastric ulcers



Curative properties of floral honey and honey from sugar-fed bees on induced gastric ulcers



Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Apiculture in Tropical Climates, Cairo, Egypt, 6-10 November 1988: 68-69



Experimental gastric ulcers were induced in 60 rats by oral administration of acetylsalicylic acid (50 mg/kg body wt). Three groups of rats were then treated orally with honey, 'honey' from sugar-fed bees or saline for 3 days, whilst the other 3 groups received one of these treatments simultaneously with the acetylsalicylic acid and then on its own for another 3 days.

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