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This work reviews the literature on the biochemical, physiologic and therapeutic properties of honey and its constituents and of dried milk, especially as compared with fresh milk. It presents the results of research on the usefulness in illness and health of a combination of honey, dried milk and dextrose marketed as ho-mi by Nook-Halle. While the main purpose of the work may be to advertise this product, only 33 pages are given to it. The quality of the paper reflects paper shortages in the Russian zone of Germany, but this appears to be the only thing poor about the monograph. The 20 page bibliography should be useful.
Honig und Trockenmilch: Biochemie und therapeutische Bedeutung. JAMA. 1951;146(3):294. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.03670030072037
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