The sweet nectar of agave, a plant with a wide range of health benefits, is one of the most widely consumed and researched foodstuffs.
It is also used in traditional medicine to treat skin problems such as psoriasis, eczema, psoropharyngitis, psoriatic arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
But now scientists say that even if you’re not a fan of honey, you can still benefit from agave as a skin moisturizer.
The researchers found that the honey contains antioxidants that can protect the skin against damage from free radicals, and that agave can improve skin health for some people with mild to moderate to severe psoriatosis.
The research, published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, shows that honey’s antioxidant capacity is very high.
It contains both the amino acids leucine and valine, which are both very important for maintaining a healthy immune system.
This means that honey also contains the protective substances polyphenols.
Akinas said that the researchers have not found a health benefit for consuming honey directly, rather, they have found that it can help protect skin against free radicals and improve its immune system, as well as reduce the amount of free radicals in the bloodstream.
These are important benefits, because they show that honey has health benefits beyond the health benefits that you get from eating it directly,” said Dr. Jody S. Harris, a professor of medicine at the University of New Hampshire School of Medicine, who was not involved in the research.”
We need more research on how honey and agave are effective against free-radical damage, but we’re confident that honey and other honey-derived compounds can be useful.””
What’s not well understood is that honey protects against other types of free radical-related damage, including damage to skin.
We need more research on how honey and agave are effective against free-radical damage, but we’re confident that honey and other honey-derived compounds can be useful.”
The researchers say the compounds that protect against free Radical damage can be found in most fruits and vegetables.
Agave also has been used in skin care products for centuries, but the scientists are only beginning to learn about the health effects.
The honey research is part of a broader study being conducted by Harris, which will also look at whether honey’s antibacterial properties are helpful for skin conditions such as acne and psorosis.
The researchers are also looking at the impact of agaves antioxidant properties on skin inflammation.
This research was supported by the National Institute on Aging, the National Institutes of Health, and the American Honey Board.
Harris, who is also a professor at the U.S. Military Academy, said that he is especially interested in how honey can help with psoroid arthritis, a condition that affects about 1.5 million Americans.
Harris and his colleagues are currently investigating whether agaves anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties help treat psoritis.
The findings from this research were published in a study entitled “Antioxidant and antimicrobial properties of honey and its products,” published in Journal of Applied Toxicology.
More stories from New Hampshire:Honey can improve the health of skin, but it can also harm itThe University of Kentucky study shows how honey is effective for protecting skin against the ravages of free-radicalsThe University at Buffalo, one of New England’s oldest colleges, is a top-tier school.
The university’s faculty members are among the most highly regarded in the country.
The school is one-quarter minority, but students are still overwhelmingly white.
The University of Buffalo is also one of a handful of colleges that offer medical and nursing degrees.
The medical school offers a wide variety of medical, dental, and nursing programs.
The university has more than 4,500 students, nearly half of whom are African-American.
The students, who hail from around the country, live in the University Commons, the campus’ main area.
It was named in honor of the founder of the University at Albany, the nation’s first black university.
Honey is one part of an overall trend in health care research.
The number of studies published annually in the peer-reviewed scientific literature is rising.
And the scientific literature itself is expanding.
The U.K. study, published by the British Journal of Health Sciences, looked at honey as a moisturizer for skin.
It found that honey contains high amounts of antioxidants, which can be beneficial in a variety of skin conditions, including psoridiosis and rashes.
The study found that agaves ability to protect against the effects of free energy was found in the skin cells of the volunteers.
Agave is an anemone that grows in the soil, and it contains the same kind of compounds found in all other types, including honey.
Agaves unique property is that it is one step above the natural enzyme that breaks down agave sap, so the enzymes used to break down agaves sap do not exist in nature