Recently, it has been promoted as a natural aid for various uses including detoxification, mild pain relief, and to sterilize and promote healing of minor wounds. These claims may be of questionable value.
During the United States Civil War, cooks in the Confederate States of America tried to make up for an increasing deficiency in salt by preserving meat and fish in pyroligneous acid, which was not very effective (Kurlansky 2002, p. 267-68).
Effect of pyroligneous acid on growth, yield and quality improvement of rockmelon in soilless culture.(Report)
Apr 03, 2012; Introduction Melon (Cucumis melo var. Cantalupensis) is an important commercial crop in many countries. It is mostly cultivated...