By Dee A. Carter, Shona E. Blair, Julie Irish
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The series is broadly aimed at high school students thinking about career options. htm 30 An Investigation into the Therapeutic Properties of Honey by Dee A. Carter, Shona E. Blair and Julie Irish Publication No. 09/180 This report summarises our investigations into the therapeutic potential of Australian honeys. The study was conducted to increase the use and acceptance of honey as a therapeutic agent in conventional medicine. RIRDC is a partnership between government and industry to invest in R&D for more productive and sustainable rural industries.
Those authors noted that storage of the honey at 37°C led to a decrease in the dihydroxyacetone content and a related increase in methylglyoxal, and concluded that the methylglyoxal in manuka honey is derived by the non-enzymatic conversion of dihydroxyacetone. This may explain the observation that non-peroxide activity in some honeys increases over time. While the non-peroxide activity of some individual honey samples increased over time in the current study, there was no significant change in activity overall.
2006) Honey prevents biofilm formation in Staphylococcus aureus. 8th Asian Apicultural Association Conference. Perth, Australia. Poster. E. and Irish, J. (2006) Medicinal applications of honey. NSW Amateur Beekeepers Association Annual Field Day. Paterson, Australia. Invited speaker. Irish, J. A. E. (2006) An investigation into the therapeutic properties of honey. Annual Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation R&D meeting. Canberra, Australia. Invited speaker. A. E. (2006) Testing the antibacterial activity of Australian honey.