Thursday, January 28, 2016

Wound Healing Activity Of Alcoholic Leaf Extract Of Mutamba "GUAZUMA ULMIFOLIA\" VS. New Zealand Manuka Honey Methylglyoxal

Wound Healing Activity Of Alcoholic Leaf Extract Of Mutamba "GUAZUMA ULMIFOLIA\" VS. New Zealand Manuka Honey Methylglyoxal

Wound Healing Activity Of Alcoholic Extract Of Mutamba "GUAZUMA ULMIFOLIA\"
Mutamba or Guatzuma Ulmifolia or caolote as it is called by the few who know it in Guatemala, appears to have certain wound healing properties that New Zealand's manuca honey from a plant containing very large quantities of a Methylglyoxal precursor molecule that turns to Methylglyoxal in the honey.This appears to in fact perturb wound healing that New Zealand honey is praised for since Rupert Murdoch's Fox News began to promote it as a semi miracuklous wound whealer in Iraq after lieingt us into that City of London,Israeli trap based upon lies about Saddam Hussein's  mass destruction and insinuations(lies) about Iraq (And NOT Israel and Saudi Arabia of course whose governments' both did play a role in 911) having played a role in 911.
Mutamba does not appear to contain the Methylglyoxal or its precursors and so what is causing the wound healing effexts is certainly not Methylglyoxal.It is probably unique tannins in the Mutamba leaves,etc..The New Zealand honey and the plants that bees derived it from do have tannins as well including a molecule called Quercetin......................

Manuka Honey: Medicinal Uses, Benefits, and Side Effects

Manuka honey from New Zealand is touted as having anti-bacterial ... Advocates say it treats wound infections and other conditions. ... 

Manuka Honey: Evidence for medicinal Uses, benefits and ...

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Manuka honey is produced in New Zealand by bees that pollinate the native ... Advocates say it has been in traditional use for generations to treat wound infections. ... The major antibacterial component in manuka honey is methylglyoxal (MG). ...manuka honey may actually delay healing in people who have ulcers related ...

The origin of methylglyoxal in New Zealand manuka ...

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MGO™ 400+ Manuka Honey - Manuka Health New Zealand ...

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MGO™ 400+ Manuka Honey is certified to contain at least 400 mg/kg ofmethylglyoxal. Scientific evidence has confirmed methylglyoxal as one of the key compounds naturally occurring in New Zealand manuka honey. ... Every batch of MGO™ Manuka Honey is tested and certified for ...

Methylglyoxal administration induces diabetes-like ...

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by J Berlanga - ‎2005 - ‎Cited by 91 - ‎Related articles
Methylglyoxal administration induces diabetes-like microvascular changes and perturbs the healing process of cutaneous wounds. Berlanga J(1), Cibrian D, ...


Senthil, P.; Kumar, A. Ashok; Manasa, M.; Kumar, K. Anil; Sravanthi, K.; Deepa, D.
October 2011
International Journal of Pharma & Bio Sciences;Oct-Dec2011, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p34
Academic Journal
The alcoholic extract of Guazuma ulmifolia was evaluated for their wound healing activity in Albino Wistar rats using chemically induced wound model. The experimental animals were chemically burned by conc HCL (80%), and then divided into four groups, control, standard (Nitrofurazone 0.2% w/w), low dose (125 mg/kg) and high dose (250mg/kg). The reepithelialization was evaluated by the reducing width of wounds for seven days. It was observed that the alcoholic extract showed re-epithelialization faster when compared with control. The extract also showed significant wound healing activity when compared with standard. The present results support that the use of alcoholic leaf extract of Guazuma ulmifolia in topical skin care and healing wounds.

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