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Nutritional Content of Pollen / Honey Benefits Wound Healing

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    Nutritional Content of Pollen / Honey Benefits Wound Healing GO TO: www.apitherapynews.com Nutritional Content of Fresh, Bee-Collected and Stored Pollen of
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 5, 2006
      Nutritional Content of Pollen / Honey Benefits Wound Healing

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      Nutritional Content of Fresh, Bee-Collected and Stored Pollen of
      Aloe Greatheadii Var. Davyana (Asphodelaceae)
      Phytochemistry, 2006 Jun 27

      Aloe greatheadii var. davyana is the most important indigenous South
      African bee plant. Fresh, bee-collected and stored pollen of this
      aloe was collected and analysed for its nutritional content,
      including amino acid and fatty acid compositionÂ…

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      Study: Honey `Has a Beneficial Action in Wound Healing'

      A Comparison of Wound Healing Following Treatment With Lavandula X
      Allardii Honey or Essential Oil
      Phytotherapy Research, June 28, 2006

      The increased interest in complementary therapies has led to the
      investigation of products traditionally believed to have a
      beneficial effect in wound healing. Two such products are honey and
      lavender essential oil. In this study a rat excisional wound model
      was used to investigate the action of Lavandula x allardii honey and
      essential oil, and a standard therapeutic honey (Medihoney)Â…
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