Posted: May 22nd, 2023
The authors of the paper seek to demonstrate that ole-gum resin methanol extracts fromÂ Commiphora molmolÂ andÂ Boswellia papyriferaÂ plants have some anti bacterial activity against S. aureus and MRSA (Abdallah, Khalid and Nazlina). The authors argue that these resin extracts have active compounds of phenols, alkaloids and saponins; especially the methanol extracts. The anti microbial activities of these extracts were compared to those of regular antibiotics againstÂ S. aureusÂ and MRSA pathogens. The authors consequently believe that traditional and folk medicine may be an avenue for discovery of new forms of anti microbial therapies. I agree with the authors based on the study methodology, procedure for setting up the cultures and the results obtained.
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