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Manuka honey curbs activity, growth of bacteria even at low dilutions

Even low dilutions of Manuka honey can curb the activity and growth of bacterial biofilms - the thin but resilient layer of microbes that build up on, and stick to, any surface including plastic, according to new research.
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