A 16th century Welsh drink has been found to contain antibacterial properties that could help fight food poisoning.
Scientists at Cardiff University hope to create a "super mead" using a mixture of herbs that can tackle salmonella.
Watch the report from Mike Griffiths below:
The scientists have been trying to work out how to make a so-called 'super honey'.
They've found with a mix of herbs that together can fight bacteria like salmonella.
They hope combining Welsh history with science being done in Wales could lead to new and effective drugs.
The scientists say the formula could be added to a mead, gin, tea or other non-alcoholic drink.
The exact recipe is a secret, but the team hope it's not long before it's more widely available...