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Bee Venom Therapy FAQ

What is bee venom therapy?

BVT involves injecting honeybee venom just under the skin to preselected spots on the body. Bee venom is most often administered using the sting of a live bee. In some cases bee venom which has been collected and prepared in solution is administered by hypodermic needle.

What is be venom therapy used to treat?

Bee venom is most often used to treat autoimmune diseases such as arthritis and multiple sclerosis. There is also anecdotal evidence that bee venom is useful to heal scar tissue and conditions resulting from traumatic injury. There are many other conditions people have used bee venom for, including cancer, shingles, and skin growths.

Does a bee sting hurt?

Most people experience a sharp burning sensation when stung with a bee. A bee sting can often result in swelling, redness and sensitivity to pressure.

Isn’t it dangerous to be stung by a honeybee?

A bee sting is very dangerous to people who are truly allergic to honeybee venom. For an allergic person, an untreated bee sting can result in death. Only a small percentage of the population has a true allergy to bee stings. Anyone considering bee venom therapy must be tested for allergy first, and must have a bee sting kit on hand if an allergic reaction occurs.

How do I begin bee venom therapy?

Our recommendation is to read as much material as possible and consult with an experienced apitherapist before beginning treatment. Because of the concern of an allergic reaction, anyone considering bee venom therapy should be fully informed of the nature of the treatment before starting.

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