Sorry for the long delay in answer! I don't know if it would help at all. I have used both for allergies and cold symptoms and both bee pollen and propolis open up my head. I thought it was worth a try for migraines and much less invasive.How would Bee Pollen and Propolis be used to treat a migraine? My sister in law suffers from them and has tried just about everything else.
Does she feel like it is helping? My SIL was involved in a bee attack as a young girl and ended up in the hospital. So stinging is not an option. But she is willing to try a salve or tincture.I have a friend who says that bee venom helps her migraines. She's a big baby however, so she uses the Bees In A Bottle and applies it to her temples and neck. She can't bring herself to let bees actually sting her.
Actually, anyone who has suffered severe anaphylactic shock faces the possibility of a quicker, stronger reaction with the next sting exposure. Anaphylaxis is nothing to play with.Patients who suffered severe anaphylactic shock, did not experience the same reaction years later.