This study has evaluated the antibacterial effect of Jojoba oil (J.O) in vivo against Staphylococcus aureus. One hundred mature male Sprague Dawley rats were divided into four groups, including the control groups and the groups treated with J.O. as part of the diet mixture (2.5% of total body weight). Our findings suggest a significant increase in body weight gain (94.0 ±5.404 g for J.O treated rats in comparison to 72.0 ±3.077 g for untreated rats), final body weight (232.0 ±7.277 g for J.O treated rats in comparison to 220.8 ±9.71 g for untreated rats), and internal organs (0.31±0.03 g, 0.802±0.017 g and 3.88±0.160 g... Read more.
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