A team of Israeli scientists using one broke the news chemical substance contained in some vegetables (broccoli or cauliflower). She was able to heal her twice as fast wounds. The team of scientists is from Ben Gurion University in Beersheba. The study was confirmed by studies of injured pigs treated with antibiotics or a synthetic form of diindolylmethane (DIM).

Wounds treated with antibiotics took an average of 10 days to heal, while DIM took only 5 days. The researchers said this substance affects the ability of bacteria to function normally. Here we hope with DIM to give life to a drug to use on humans. Scientists confidently explain:

This discovery could become an alternative to the antibiotics of the future.

Antibiotics kill the bacterial layer in the wound. A layer of new tissue grows, but there is also dead tissue and dead bacteria. With DIM, since bacteria are not killed, there is no dead tissue layer or dead bacteria, so healing is faster.

Ariel Kushmaro, microbiologist

The studio is developing an animal salve and analyzing the health benefits of the DIM as an additive. It is a long-term target for human wounds in medicine, unlike antibiotics. An alternative certainty for the future in fighting bacteria. Tomorrow, broccoli and cauliflower, like other vegetables or foods, may become the more than viable option for antibiotics or drugs.

Source: Lega Nerd

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