Making poison with bees

The bee under the tip of the abdomen has a special protective device with a very complex structure: glands for making poison, a reservoir (bubble) for the accumulation of poison and a sting for insertion

Treatment with bee stings

When treated with bee venom (bite), the stinger is left in the body for at least 15-20 minutes. Every day the number of bees used for treatment is increased by one. This helps to adapt

Bee venom with neuralgia

Patients with inflammation of the sciatic, femoral and other nerves were treated; the majority in the past had rheumatism. It should be noted that almost all patients before the start of the course of treatment

Portable hive for poison treatment

Received in the apiary several dozen bees can live in a conventional box for no more than one day. This, of course, prevents many patients from properly treated, because they have to go to the

Methods of therapeutic use of bee venom

There are several ways to use bee venom for therapeutic purposes: by direct bee bite (classical method), by injection, by rubbing; with the help of electrophoresis, ultrasound, aerosol and steam inhalations and ingestion. The most

The formation of bee venom

The worker-bee has a complex pectoral apparatus that is under the last abdominal ring. This device consists of so-called sled, two stylet, three pairs of chitinous plates (oblong, triangular, square) and two poisonous glands (large

Bee venom in homeopathy

Its healing properties are devoted to many enthusiastic lines in all homeopathic manuals and journal articles, it is recommended for the treatment of a wide variety of diseases. Bee venom is one of the few

Bee venom with hypertension

In folk medicine, it is known that bee venom lowers blood pressure. This property of bee venom is confirmed by experiments on animals. In studies on dogs, it has been established that intravenous injection of

Bee venom in medicine

According to the instructions, bee stings can be used mainly in the following diseases: 1. Rheumatic diseases (rheumatic polyarthritis, rheumatic diseases of muscles, rheumatic heart disease); 2. Nonspecific infectious polyarthritis; 3. Deforming spondylarthrosis; 4. Diseases

Inhalation with bee venom

Human lungs consist of 700 million pulmonary vesicles, the walls of which are permeated with blood vessels. It is estimated that if you expand the walls of the pulmonary vesicles and stack them together, they