Pure Natural Organic Honey Bee venom, medicinally known as apitoxin , is the poison of honeybees , a mixture of different secretions . It is injected into the opponent as an insect bite with a poison sting . A honeybee can inject about 0.1 mg of poison . Bee venom is acidic (pH 4.5–5.5) and has a yellowish-opalescent color. The poison is also extracted for medical purposes using wire traps . It is simply the poison that makes the bee stings painful. It is a bitter, colorless liquid and usually causes a burning, reddening, swelling or itching reaction. A honey bee will only sting if she feels threatened or perceives the hive is threatened.
Apitoxin is the venom produced by bees. It is a complex chemical compound, rich in protein substances and with pharmacological effects.
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Bee Venom Packaging Details:
Pure Natural Honey Bee Venom Powder for Sale. Refrigerated with validity up to 5 years. Packing:
- Net weight: 1g or 5g or 10g
- Container: Al-foil bag or Plastic Jar
- Minimum order is typically 30 grams.
The venom is obtained in portions. A portion is a given quantity of venom collected at the same time from hives located in one area. Portions vary depending on the harvest, please inquire for available portion sizes and quantities.
Preparation and Storage
- We store our venom in dark 100 ml glass vials with a vacuum stopper, at a temperature below 0 degrees, in order not to lose its quality.
- If stored at higher temperatures, the poison starts to lose its properties, that is, it loses quality, which is reflected in the amount of melittin in the bee venom.
- The bottle itself indicates the date of storage and the results of the analysis.
- Finally, seal the cap with beeswax and put the poison on the market.
Components and effect
Bee venom is a complex mixture of different proteins and small molecules. It is a mixture of histamine, pheromones, enzymes, peptides, amino acids and other acids, with 63 components in total.
The main ingredient with about 50 percent is melittin , which is also the main allergen of bee venom. Phospholipase A 2 (containing about 12 percent) is an enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolytic cleavage of phospholipids and thus attacks cell membranes . Apamin (2 percent), another ingredient, is known as a neurotoxin . Hyaluronidase (2 percent) widens the blood vessels and their permeability and thus causes the spreading factor to spread .
Other proteins are the mast cell degranulating peptide (2 percent) and tertiapine , two neuropeptides, and secamin , which has no pathological effects. In addition to melittin (Api m 3), phospholipase (Api m 1), hyaluronidase (Api m 2) and other proteins contained act as allergens.
Small molecules in bee venom are histamine (0.1 to 1 percent), dopamine and noradrenaline . Alarm pheromones (4 to 8 percent) signal other bees that one of their people has been attacked and that they should prepare for defense. 
- Hyposensitization to an insect venom allergy
- As part of the apitherapy part of a preparation against rheumatism , sciatica, lumbago, sports injuries and cold damage 
- A form of healing art , d. H. Stimulation for local muscle building by subcutaneous injection (today mainly replaced by synthetic agents)
- In homeopathy , the venom is used as a component in various preparations under the name Apisinum .  The attributed effect, especially against swelling and rashes, has not been scientifically confirmed.
Use in cosmetics:
Apitoxin has recently been used prominently in the anti-aging industry as an alternative to botox . In this application, apitoxin is intended to support the production of the main protein collagen VII , which promotes the supporting function of the skin and thus counteracts the formation of wrinkles.
Why Use Honey Bee Venom?
The use of venom has been going on for centuries and dates as far back as ancient Egypt, Europe and Asia. It has powerful anti-inflammatory properties and has been proven very effective in reducing symptoms in inflammatory conditions and rheumatic disorders. Bee venom ointments were created in the hopes of receiving the benefits of venom stings without the actual sting.
What is it good for?
Arthritis * Muscle Pain * Nerve Pain * Sports Injuries * Sciatica * Poor circulation * Lumbago * Myalgia * Inflammation * Immune system difficulties
Specially built machines are used to extract or milk bee venom from bees without harming the bee.
Venom powder is harvested by stimulating bees to sting on a glass sheet that has thin wires with a low current. The recovered toxin is purified and processed into medicinal preparations, e.g. ointments and injections. Bee venom causes the release of cortisone, that is the substance used in the treatment of rheumatism. Bee venom that dries consist of small crystals venom that dries consist of small crystals referred to as bee venom powder.
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- Bee Venom a Medical Perspective
- Bee Venom: Uses, Benefits, and Side Effects
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- Medicinal use of Honey Bee Venom
- Melittin from honey bee venom ≥85% (HPLC)
- Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research study finds honeybee venom rapidly kills aggressive breast cancer cells
Bee Venom may cause a severe allergic reaction. If signs of a rash or other symptoms appear, consult a physician. Don’t use with Adrenocortical steroids, TCA’s, NSAIDS, cox-2 inhibitors, or Beta-blockers.
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