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What is Bee Venom?


 

Bee Venom which is also known as apitoxin, is a secretion from bees.

The venom is a clear fluid, bitter in taste that is produced in the abdomen of the worker bees’ and injected via the stinger. Bee venom includes 11 peptides, 5 enzymes, 3 physiologically active amino acids, carbohydrates, and lipids.

Bee Venom in therapeutic doses can be extremely helpful as a pain reliever for people suffering with rheumatoid, arthritic and joint diseases. The venom can also help improves the overall state of vitality, health and wellbeing, while simultaneously reducing pain and stabilizing sleep patterns.

HISTORY OF BEE VENOM 

Bee venom therapeutic treatments can be traced back thousands of years to ancient Egypt, Greece and China. Phillip Terc an Austrian physician was the first person to study bee venom and released his book called "Report about a Peculiar Connection between the Beestings and Rheumatism" in 1888.

BEE VENOM AVAILABLE IN:

  • Tablets
  • Liquids
  • Capsules
  • Creams

INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT BEE VENOM 

  • Worker honeybees’ can sting more than once. The bee only dies if the victim is a mammal or a bird.
  • When a bee injects apitoxin into a victim, it is accompanied by the release of alarm pheromones. If this occurs near a hive or swarm, it attracts other bees to the location.

INTERNAL BENEFITS 

Bee Venom Can Be Beneficial for:

  • Anti-fungal
  • Antioxidants
  • Anti-bacterial
  • Reduces Pain
  • Increases Stamina
  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • Increases Circulation
  • Decreases Cholesterol
  • Increases Physical Strength
  • Improves Blood Circulation
  • Increases Overall Well Being
  • Increases the Immune System

EXTERNAL BENEFITS

Bee venom has been applied externally for centuries and has been helpful for many different ailments such as.

  • Bursitis
  • Tendonitis
  • Reduced Pain
  • Helps Shingles
  • Arthritis Relief
  • Dissolves Scarring
  • Improved Joint Health
  • Reduces Inflammation

NUTRITIONAL COMPOUND INGREDIENTS

  • Apamin (increases cortisol production in the adrenal glands
  • Adolapin (anti-inflammatory and analgesic because it blocks cyclooxygenase)
  • Phospholipase (decreases blood pressure / inhibits blood coagulation / activates prostaglandins which regulate the body's inflammatory response)
  • Hyaluronidase (dilates the capillaries causing the spread of inflammation)
  • Histamine (involved in the allergic response)
  • Dopamine and noradrenaline (increase pulse rate)
  • Protease-inhibitors (acts as anti-inflammatory agents and stop bleeding)

CONTRAINDICATIONS

  • ANAPHYLACTIC SHOCK:-can occur in sensitive people; if you have a history of anaphylactic reactions DO NOT TAKE.
  • DIABETES:-Bee Venom contains natural sugars, so check with your doctor first before taking.

Always check with your health professional before taking this or any supplement.

DISCLAIMER: Information provided on this site is for informational purposes ONLY and is not designed to substitute your own medical physician or health professional’s advice. The information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any health problems or diseases. 

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