Al Khiday 2 is a pre-Mesolithic burial site in Central Sudan where researchers have recently discovered something very interesting: fewer than one percent of the tooth remains located in the burial site contain even the slightest sign of tooth decay. No cavities. No infections. Just clean, healthy, and strong teeth. And what has been identified as the source of these uncommonly healthy teeth? Purple nutsedge, a noxious weed more likely to be killed than eaten by New Jersey gardeners.
Researchers have found that the tubers of purple nutsedge contain bacteria inhibiting properties and... Read More