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Since discovering in 1982 that manuka honey has an exceptional type of antibacterial activity, my research has been mostly on aspects of the use of honey as a medicine. Until retiring in April 2014 I taught Biochemistry at the University of Waikato, and had been doing so since 1973. My research prior to becoming interested in honey was mostly on characterising other natural antibacterial substances.
Dr Peter Molan from the Waikato University
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Manuka Honey vs Hydrogel: a Randomised Controlled Trial
Honey Up The Nose Treats Sinusitis