Bee venom benefits you would not expect, most notably the skin treatment

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Great Importance Although not all the purported benefits of bee venom have been supported by science, studies have reported that it has many powerful medicinal properties and the importance of the bee disc is important.

According to the health line website, the medicinal use of bee venom dates back to ancient Egypt, and it was mentioned in the history of Europe and Asia that Hippocrates used bee venom to treat joint pain and arthritis, and in recent times, interest in the effects of bee venom was renewed in 1888 with the publication of a clinical study conducted in Europe on its effect on Rheumatism Since then, interest in bee venom has waned.

To treat diabetes many anti-diabetic medicines are used however, these medicines are not without side effects and pose an economic burden on the patient.

Scientists have resorted to natural remedies including honey and bee products such as bee venom BV is a complex mixture of proteins, peptides and low molecular components secreted by the agent and queen bee The main active ingredient of BV (apitoxin) is melitin, which has a relatively low toxicity.

Mainly melitin is widely used in the treatment of arthritis, frozen shoulder, central and peripheral nervous system diseases (CNS, PNS), skin diseases, heart and blood system diseases, cancer, ulcers, colitis, and neuritis.

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