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Bactericidal properties of honey and utilization of honey and other beekeeping products for the healing of wounds


Bactericidal properties of honey and utilization of honey and other beekeeping products for the healing of wounds



Bee World 25: 86-87



A short note on cases in which honey has been used for wound healing with favourable results.

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