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BEE STING TREATMENT—REVEALED!

Posted by Stuart Rose on

If you get stung by a bee this summer, don't put ice on it. I know, that's the common advice, but it's wrong—and painful. Marine envenomations (e.g., stonefish, lion fish, sea nettles) are treated with heat, usually immersion in hot water of about 110–113 degrees Fahrenheit, or about as hot as tolerable, for 15–20 minutes.. Why does this work? Because bee venom is a mixture of proteins that are heat labile and will be deactivated. 

Try this. You'll be amazed!



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  • To find bee venom just google “apitoxin medical grade” apitoxin is the latin name for bee venom.

    Steve Shank on

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