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Stone-age solution could help fight MRSA

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A plant first used over 30,000 years ago could prove vital in the fight against resistant infections.

Flax absorbs some light-sensitive dyes with a greater capacity than the most commonly used material, cotton. After stimulation with red light, the dyes produce reactive oxygen species (ROS) that kill bacteria.

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Once again, the answer to a biological problem can be found in nature...

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Yet we keep destroying it.

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nature provides ... but our ancestors still needed to have to know how to gain mother nature's secrets ....

the surest sign of spiritual connection with mother nature that I know of ...

but now we neglect this spiritual connection for bottles and dispensers on a shelf .... and we wonder what went wrong with so much around us now ...

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If they could look into cannabis now that would be great

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If they could look into cannabis now that would be great

Already have ;)

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That really is fascinating . Sounds like a life saver too

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If they could look into cannabis now that would be great

Sounds great, I will get round to it tomorrow...

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......

Flax can be used for a lot of miraculous cures ......

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