Researchers at a university in Denmark found that to combat staphylococcus can be used by Chilean avocados. This fruit, native to the forests of Chile, contains a substance that can block the ability of S. aureus to resist effects of antibiotics.
The bacteria Staphylococcus aureus tend to rapidly develop resistance to various antibiotics, and can not respond on any treatment.
As it turned out, the staph bacteria cell has a special channel through which they block access to antibiotics, and avocado paralyze the functioning of these channels, respectively, the protective bacteria weakens, and it becomes vulnerable to antibiotics. Therefore, scientists consider it advisable to use avocados in conjunction with antibiotics.