Help with poisoning with bee venom

When biting, as soon as possible, remove the stinger with tweezers (not with hands) to get as little poison as possible into the body, and apply a cleaned alcohol (96% or 70% alcohol) or a

Ointments based on bee venom

Bee venom can be introduced into the patient’s body and by rubbing an apitoxin ointment made from pure apitoxin, white petrolatum and salicylic acid. Salicylic acid softens the outer layer of the skin (epidermis) and

Chemical composition of bee venom

Bee venom is a colorless thick liquid with a characteristic smell and bitter burning taste. She has an acid reaction. In the air it rapidly thickens, hardens and is freed from the volatile fraction. Easily

Bee venom for the treatment of eye diseases

In folk medicine, bee venom has long been used in the treatment of certain eye diseases. In modern medicine, with the treatment of eye diseases – irites (inflammation of the iris) and umdocyclitis (inflammation of

Bee venom in folk medicine

Long-term observations and collected personal data on the state of health of beekeepers have shown that bee venom is a good remedy for certain diseases and has preventive properties. However, it should be remembered that

Bee venom for diseases in children

Children and adolescents suffering from exudative diathesis, tuberculosis of the lungs and bones, heart diseases (heart defects of non-rheumatic origin) and kidneys (nephrosis, nephrozonephritis, etc.), diabetes, as well as with mental disorders, in no case

Selection of poison in apiaries

As is known, neither scientists nor practitioners have yet come to a common opinion about acceptable methods of poison selection, that is, the optimal location of the sampling devices in the hives, the frequency of