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Natural Gel to hydrate diabetic foot

[Category : - HEALTH]
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A university study has proven that our gel has great benefits for diabetic foot.
This formula is exclusive to our company.
There is no such gel in the world.
We manufacture the raw material "kefir".
Below the summary of the university study

Nowadays, concerning human health, one of the main problems is the emergence of antibiotic resistance, particularly in hospital environment and in recurrent diseases such as diabetic foot ulcers. Diabetes is increasing in the world's population and about 5 to 25% of patients have ulceration of the foot. Associated with the diabetic foot infections are primarily Staphylococcus aureus, methicillin-sensitive strains (MSSA) and methicillinresistant strains (MRSA), these last showing several resistances to treatment with traditional antibiotics. As consequence, there is an increasing for search alternatives, either by synthesis of new compounds or by the research for natural products with antibacterial properties. In this context, this work investigated the antibacterial effect of a commercial product, Kfigel , composed by natural compounds (nettle, lavender and kefir grains) which has been indicated, although empirically, as having antibacterial properties. Thus, biological potential of this commercial product, the Kfigel , and its main components, were evaluated against Gram-positive isolates collected from diabetic foot ulcers, namely Staphylococcus aureus (MSSA and MRSA). The disk diffusion in solid medium, minimum inhibitory concentration (MICs), minimum bactericide concentration (MBC) and effects on specific growth rate were the methods used in this study. The results of disk diffusion method showed that only ethanolic extracts of nettle and lavender has antibacterial activity, which was mainly bacteriostatic. These extracts presented effectiveness between 50 to 100%, in relation to the antibiotic gentamicin. On the other hand, the Kfigel affects the specific growth rate of S. aureus isolates, at the concentration tested, since after a few hours of incubation growth of the majority of isolates was inhibited, revealing a bacteriostatic effect. Based on these results, the Kfigel seems to be a natural product with a potential antibacterial activity against S. aureus. The use of this product in the prevention of infections of diabetic foot ulcers can be very useful. Nevertheless, further studies are necessary, in particular tests with higher concentrations of Kfigel and synergism studies with antibiotics.

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Total sale of the formulation.
6% of royalties

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