Frequently asked questions
Bee Venom Therapy
How Can Bee Venom help me?
The venom is a natural substance that stresses one small area of the body’s immune system. This can train it to come back stronger. Body responses to this bee sting are like a chemical concert. These responses improve with practice, like any physical skill. Handling a little stress and coming back stronger is central to increasing the health of any living system and its ability to adapt.
What conditions can BVT help?
Bee Venom-triggered repair process works on many diseases. Any condition with a component of degeneration and loss of muscle or nerve function may respond well. Especially with autoimmunity, where normal immune defense is directed against one’s own tissue, the BVT is unique in its effectiveness. The resulting sting works wonders with arthritis, multiple sclerosis, fractures, sciatica, and many other conditions.
There is new evidence of Bee Venom being helpful in treating disease like Lyme disease, MS, and Parkinson’s. See the links below in the section on reading materials for articles on these subjects.
How often will I need a treatment?
The frequency of treatment depends on the symptoms being treated, how well the patient is tolerating treatments and how well treatments are working.
How much time do treatments take?
For the first appointment, please be prepared to schedule a longer treatment time, about 45-60 minutes, so the Technician can familiarize themselves with the locations of the treatment for your needs. Follow up appointments are scheduled at 30-45 minutes.
Is it safe?
Bee Venom is safe, effective, and less expensive than other therapies for various medical problems. One obstacle is fear of the pain from a sting, but when people realize the benefits gained in pain relief, the sting becomes unimportant.
Although allergic reactions are uncommon and avoidable, you may have mild reactions at the treatment site. Please discuss all your concerns with your practitioner prior to Bee Venom therapy.
If you have an allergy to bee stings, be sure to discuss it with your doctor before deciding to have BVT.
More reading about BVT and Apitherapy
Antimicrobial Activity of Bee Venom and Melittin against Borrelia burgdorferi
Bee Venom Therapy
Bee Venom as a Neuroprotective Agent in Parkinson’s Disease