bee venom


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bee venom,

n poison extracted from bees. Has been used in the treatment of rheumatic diseases, especially multiple sclerosis and arthritis; can be applied directly or by intramuscular injection.
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Such groundbreaking ingredients include snail slime, bee venom and starfish extract to deliver superior results.
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He even revealed that he injected himself with bee venom twice.
Bee venom is extracted using a collector composed of plates and a pulse generator, which induces the bees to sting the electric collector plate resting on a glass plate (DANTAS et al.
A honeybee hive produces much more than honey; it also produces pollen, propolis, royal jelly, beeswax, and bee venom.
Our work used an experimental asthma allergen, but this research could be applied to treat those who have severe allergies to peanuts, bee venom, shell fish and other substances.
Its five-year-old Miss Spa face mask line recently added bee venom, bamboo charcoal and oxygenating bubbles to its lineup of products that provide a quick fix for dull winter skin and are used to help prep the skin ahead of a makeup application.
sup][4] reported similar cases of occupational asthma due to volatile royal jelly, but those two patients did not present with coexisting bee venom allergy, which might explain the inconsistency of immunoblot analysis among the three cases.
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For the past two years, Elder has been giving herself bee venom in an effort to treat her Lyme disease, and she is teaching others about the ancient Chinese remedy.