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Keep This on Hand — Treats Pet and Human Wounds When Other Treatments Fail

This 'miracle salve' was used to successfully treat a homeless cat's gangrene. It is also used to treat persistent wounds in horses when other treatments fail. Helps heal human skin infections too. Shouldn't you have some on hand in your medicine cabinet?

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STORY AT-A-GLANCE

  • Scientists in Sweden have identified 13 bacteria strains found in fresh honey that have potent antimicrobial properties
  • The bacteria healed both severe human infections in the laboratory, and persistent wounds in horses for which other treatments had failed
  • The living lactic acid bacteria found in fresh raw honey is not found in processed store-bought honey
  • Manuka honey containing Unique Manuka Factor (UMF) can effectively treat resistant skin infections as well as large wounds that can’t be repaired surgically

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