Does anyone know a beekeeper in the US, Canada, Europe, or anywhere who has been infected with the pandemic coronavirus? There are some possible leads from China that may indicate a level of resistance in people who get stung (occupationally). There needs to be some corroborative information to...
I am selling high quality bee venom and I'm looking for clients!
Does anybody know someone who wants to buy pure, high quality bee venom? or can someone tell me where can I find potential clients?
Howdy! I'm a student doing research about apitherapy and I'm seeking advice while conducting my own experiment with bee venom therapy. I'm hoping to get in touch with someone over the phone or via email ([email protected]) that can answer a few questions I have about BVT and collecting...
Risk Associated with Bee Venom Therapy: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
The safety of bee venom as a therapeutic compound has been extensively studied, resulting in the identification of potential adverse events, which range from trivial skin reactions that usually resolve over...
Nice to meet you all!
Currently we're down in Costa Rica filming a permaculture design course.
In the near future we hope to settle down long enough to start a hive. We've been around beekeeping in a lot of ways for about a decade.
We're really into apitherapy lately.
Hey there, I've been doing loads of research on BVT and can't find an apitherapist in my area. I actually just ordered pure bee venom powder but I'm not sure how I should dilute it. I am not allergic to bees and have been stung many times in my life. Any advice would be appreciated.
I'll be setting up a four frame observation hive in a window frame of a friends house this winter. He's an advocate of apitherapy and will be taking about 20 bees from the hive per day.
If the hive is being fed and the inside temperature is warm enough, will the hive rear brood...
Does anybody have any experience collecting bees during the winter for the purpose of apitherapy? I'd like to set up a 4 frame observation hive indoors (with outdoor entrance) for my friend to collect bees from (approx. 20 bees a day) for his treatment during the long Canadian winter. I've never...
So my back finally gave out again. I have a lumbar disc that's bulging and when that sucker grabs the sciatic nerve in my back/leg it's total agony. I've used bees before and decided to try again. While hiving a swarm last week I took 5 workers and 'applied' them to my waistline where the...