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Monday, October 14, 2019

Manuka Honey, the Best for Tissue Regeneration

Scientists may have found a whole food which processes a significant effect in stimulating the regeneration of tissue, some study suggested.

Tissue regeneration is an act of regrowing non-injured tissues from the remaining tissue. Cells in the non-injured tissues are naturally regenerated over time by replaying the cells that have gone through certain cycle division and die.
One example is the liver grows back to its original size, though not its original shape.

However, the action totally contrasts to wound healing due to injury, involving the closing up injury site with a scar.

In fact, certain amphibians such as salamanders can regenerate lost limbs; skates, rays, and phylum Annelida, such as worms can even grow into two new, separate worms if they're cut in half.

Humans, on the other hand, process very limited regeneration abilities.

According to the article "Tissue Regeneration" by Bob Hirshon wrote, "By blocking the function of just two proteins, called Rb and ARF, Blau's team was able to make mouse muscle cells regenerate like new cells"

"However, the new muscle cells merged successfully with the old cells only if the researchers turned Rb back on. If they didn't, the new cells grew too much and interfered with the function of the old muscle cells. In other words, they became tumors. And in fact, the function of both Rb and ARF in mammals is to suppress the growth of tumors".

Therefore, many works needed to be done. Dr. Vincent Falanga, the lead author in the study "Stem Cells in Tissue Repair and Regeneration" said, "We should remain hopeful that true regeneration is possible in adult human tissues. Thus far, the evidence has not been very encouraging, except for fetal wound healing" and

"We show Figure 1 to indicate the immense difficulties underlying chronic wounds. Regeneration of the tissue shown in the Figure would be extremely difficult, and would most likely first require complete removal of the non-healing and affected skin".

Honey is the miraculous product made by bees using nectar from flowers.

The rich golden liquid It is considered one of healthy sweet food for replacing the use of white sugar and artificial sweetener by many people.

On finding a natural ingredient and whole-food processed the tissue degenerative activity without inducing any side effects, researchers at the Tehran University of Medical Sciences and Khyber Medical University evaluated the effects of Manuka honey in wound healing, epithelial regeneration.

A joint study was conducted by searching the wide spectrum of sources from Google Scholar, PubMed, and Scopus.

Studies included in the investigation all suggested that Manuka honey not only processes anti carcinogenesis by controlling different molecular processes, and progression of cancer cells but also engineers the tissue regeneration.
The antibacterial property and tissue regeneration were attributed to the bioactive compound methylglyoxal (MGO) found abundantly in the honey.

After taking into account co and confounders, Dr. Niaz K wrote in the final report, "Manuka honey can enhance wound healing and tissue regeneration by their immunomodulatory property".

In order to understand the action of Manuka honey in tissue regeneration, researchers examined the effect of a scaffold electrospun based on polyurethane (PU), grape seed oil, honey, and propolis.

The prepared PU/grapeseed oil and PU/grapeseed oil/honey/propolis scaffold showed enhanced tissue regeneration through maintaining the thermal stability and reducing surface roughness compared to the control.

According to the hemolytic assay and cytocompatibility, the electrospun PU/grapeseed oil and PU/grapeseed oil/honey/propolis scaffold promoted the tissue regeneration through enhancing the red blood cells (RBC) and human fibroblast cells (HDF).

These results clearly suggested that the newly developed scaffold electrospun might be used as an alternative candidate for bone tissue engineering applications, Dr. Chao CY suggested.


Taken altogether, Manuka honey may be considered a functional food for speeding up wound healing and tissue regeneration, pending to the larger and multicenter human study.

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Author Biography
Kyle J. Norton (Scholar, Master of Nutrition, All right reserved)
Health article writer and researcher; Over 10.000 articles and research papers have been written and published online, including worldwide health, ezine articles, article base, health blogs, self-growth, best before it's news, the karate GB daily, etc.,.
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Some articles have been used as references in medical research, such as international journal Pharma ISSN 0975-6299.

(1) Health Benefits of Manuka Honey as an Essential Constituent for Tissue Regeneration by Niaz K1, Maqbool F1, Bahadar H2, Abdollahi M1.(PubMed)
(2) Engineering electrospun multicomponent polyurethane scaffolding platform comprising grapeseed oil and honey/propolis for bone tissue regeneration by Chao CY1, Mani MP2, Jaganathan SK3,4,5. (PubMed)
(2) Honey: an effective regenerative medicine product in wound management by Martinotti S1, Bucekova M2, Majtan J2, Ranzato E3. (PubMed)
(3) Tissue Regeneration by Bob Hirshon
(4) Stem Cells in Tissue Repair and Regeneration by Vincent Falanga, MD (PMC)

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