Honeybee venom as cure of cancer

Honeybee venom is a colourless, acidic liquid. Bees excrete it through their stingers into a target when they feel threatened. It contains both anti-inflammatory and inflammatory compounds, including enzymes, sugars, minerals, and amino acids. For thousands of years humans have used honey, propolis, and venom from the European honeybee Apis mellifera as medicine. More recently, … Continue reading Honeybee venom as cure of cancer