Propolis & MRSA Research Published

Apr 9, 2010

MRSA Paper

New research commisioned by BeeVital and conducted by the Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences at Strathclyde University, shows that propolis collected in the Pacific region is active against Antimethicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureas (MRSA). As described in the research, published in the Journal of Phytotherapy, the 'study is the first to report the anti-MRSA activity of 'Pacific propolis''.

With the search for anti-MRSA compounds widening, it appears that conventional science is turning to naturally occurring substances, such as propolis, to help solve the problem of multi-resistant bacteria.

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