I have dealt with Apivar , Apistan and the first time I am using Bayvarol . I have looked extensively on the net if scientific documents that refer to honey, coming from hives where they are applied these miticides and according to the protocol defined by their manufacturers, has residues of these treatments with values above the MRL established by law. So far I have not found any .
However as I read so often that honey is contaminated by these residues I hypothesize that my research is incorrect given that English is not my mother tongue .
I ask those who have English as a mother tongue (most of us ) that relate the scientific sources that support the affirmation that deal with Apivar , Apistan or Bayvarol according to the protocols of the manufacturers causes irreversible damage to the quality of the honey (residues above the legal MRL) making improper for the consumer.
My thanks in advance.