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Antibacterial Effect of Two Persian Traditional Natural Compounds - Anbar Nesara and Esfand-'S Fume on Treatment of the Bacterial Vaginitis

Background study: Drug resistance is one of the main problems in the treatment of infections, and coping with this phenomenon and the use of natural substitutes is very important. The use of medicinal fumes in the treatment of many diseases, including microbial diseases and infections in Iran, Turkey and Malaysia has long been popular. Among all of them, fume from burning the Female donkey Dung (Anbar-Nesara) and Peganum harmala or Esfand (in Persian) are much more famous. This study aimed to compare the antimicrobial properties of the smoke of Esfand's grains and smoke of Anbar-Nesara on Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Staphylococcus aureus and its effect on treatment of Bacterial vaginitis

Author(s): Danial K, Mehdi R, Josep C, Carine E and Yann G

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