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Bee Venom--antimicrobial agent

Discussion in 'Lyme Disease and Co-Infections' started by Gemma, Jun 12, 2014.

  1. Gemma

    Gemma

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    Aerose91 Senior Member

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    I'm actually interested in this, apparently neural therapy was a big part of Mike Dessins recovery
     
  3. Little Bluestem

    Little Bluestem Senescent on the Illinois Prairie ❀❤✿Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ✿❤❀

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    I don't think we can afford to lose any bees for their venom. They are dying off so fast as it is.

    Why couldn't it be reproduced synthetically. I don't know if a synthetic version could be patented. If it couldn't, no one is likely to do it.
     
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    shannah Senior Member

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    I had 2 short term complete remissions using BVT a number of years ago.

    If you google, you'll find commercial bee venom products available.
     
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    shannah Senior Member

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    Sorry for not replying sooner - computer failure.

    The first remission was BVT only. The second time I was taking some licorice root in conjunction with it.
     
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    nettle tea can do similar i hear. both have stings. formic acid, similar to ant bites too.
     

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