Bee Venom Therapy

Bee Venom is a traditional folk remedy that has been used since ancient times for arthritis and other degenerative diseases. Now it’s being used as an alternative therapy to treat multiple sclerosis, Lyme disease and chronic fatigue syndrome.

Bee Venom contains active compounds that have therapeutic properties. It is a rich source of enzymes, peptides and biogenic amines. Michael Simics says in his article entitled Bee Venom Therapy, “There are at least 18 active components in the venom which have some pharmaceutical properties. The effect mechanism of the venom is not entirely known yet. Scientists believe it can modify the way the immune system functions in the body and contribute to increased cortisol production.”

Testcountry.org says that cortisol is a hormone that is essential to proper body function. It is produced by the adrenal cortex in the adrenal gland and is one of the primary factors in the body’s stress response.

Bee venom is administrated by stimulating the bee to sting on the desired point, the affected area, trigger points or acupuncture points Bee venom is the most beneficial if it comes straight from the live bees.

Darlene Scribilo has created a post that has tons of information. You can read about all of her findings. As we do the research we’ll discover if BVT is something for us.

Linda

About our Co-Founder: With a bachelors in Social Work, Linda is 53 years old, happily married with eight children and 17 grandchildren. Diagnosed with MS in 1995 and now having accepted and truly embraced her new reality, Linda has created MSrelief.com. She is dedicated to proving that joy can be chosen while living with Multiple Sclerosis. Linda specializes in helping others, especially those with MS attain the lifestyle, independence and happiness amid living with MS.

8 Comments:

  1. Hello,
    There are written so much scientific articles, so much researchers and doctors confirmed that bee venom is useful for treatment Multiple Sclerosis and still there is no FDA approval of this fact, why?!

    • Your guess is as good as mine! It all goes back to the conspiracy theory~ there is no money in bees! I just wish the bee venom would have knocked the MS out of my body!
      Linda

  2. I thought venom is thr poisonous saliva of the snake but I was wrong.

  3. Very interesting! I never knew that bee stings served for more purposes other than getting a big welt at the spot. Since there are a number of people who are allergic to bees, what other alternatives can be done?

    • Alexis,
      There are a number of alternatives. Since you’re asking, I’ll get my post finished about the different alternatives that are backed up by testimonials! I’ll commit to having it done in three days after my computer is fixed! It went Kaput yesterday and all of my partially finished posts are there! I hope my computer guy gets over today… I’ll re-write it Saturday if it will be longer than that!
      Linda
      ps. Tell me how you found MSrelief.com?

      • Just to add to this article a little, Bee Venom Therapy can be administered without actually being stung. Our website has a page of Bee Venom Creams and Honeys that contain Bee Venom. They have been designed specifically for joint mobility by APIhealth New Zealand.

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