Bee Venom

Description of our Bee Venom 

When bees feel threatened, they release bee venom via their stingers into a target.

 

 

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When is Bee Venom used?

Bee venom has been used in traditional medicine for thousand of years. Alternative medicine is using bee venom to treat and prevent human diseases, pain and other ailments.

 

Technical parametres

Bee Venom is an odorless, clear liquid that contains a hydrolytic mixture of proteins with an acid pH (4.5 to 5.5) that bees use to defend themselves against predators. A single drop of BV contains 88 percent water and just 0.1 gram of dry venom. Melittin, adolapin, apamin, and MCD-peptide are among the peptides that make up the latter. It also has enzymes, the most important of which are PLA2 and c. It also contains enzymes, especially PLA2, as well as low-molecular-weight compounds such as bioactive amines (such as histamine and epinephrine) and minerals. Bee venom has as well anti-inflammatory and inflammatory compounds.

Bee Venom

 

 

Description of Bee Venom 

When bees feel threatened, they release bee venom via their stingers into a target.

 

When is Bee Venom used?

Bee venom has been used in traditional medicine for thousand of years. Alternative medicine is using bee venom to treat and prevent human diseases, pain and other ailments.

 

Technical parametres

Bee Venom is an odorless, clear liquid that contains a hydrolytic mixture of proteins with an acid pH (4.5 to 5.5) that bees use to defend themselves against predators. A single drop of BV contains 88 percent water and just 0.1 gram of dry venom. Melittin, adolapin, apamin, and MCD-peptide are among the peptides that make up the latter. It also has enzymes, the most important of which are PLA2 and c. It also contains enzymes, especially PLA2, as well as low-molecular-weight compounds such as bioactive amines (such as histamine and epinephrine) and minerals. Bee venom has as well anti-inflammatory and inflammatory compounds.