Wednesday, July 28, 2010
Pumpkin May Fight Yeast Infections
Korean researchers, reporting online recently in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, examined whether proteins extracted from pumpkin rinds might stop yeast-infection fungus from growing.
Pumpkins have long been used as folk medicine in some regions of the world, and researchers have suggested they might have antibiotic powers.
In the laboratory, one of the proteins stopped the growth of a fungus called Candida albicans that causes vaginal yeast infections, diaper rash and other conditions. No side effects were evident.Read more...
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