Apitherapy – Bee Venom Therapy

Please Visit and Join the WeHeal Apitherapy – Bee Venom Therapy Community

Information and References: Wikipedia | NIH

Patient Resources and Related Organizations: BTER Foundation

News and Media: News-Medical.net

Clinical trials: Clinicaltrials.gov | In Clinical Trials | EU Clinical Trials Register | WeHeal Guide to Researching Clinical Trials

Search Clinical Trials

Bee Venom Therapy (BVT) is the therapeutic use of honey bee venom, either injected by stings from live bees or injected by needles. BVT is used to treat a variety of ailments, primarily neurological and immunological, including chronic pain, arthritis, and multiple sclerosis.
Bee venom therapy is sometimes called “Apitherapy” (from the Latin word for bee, “apis”); but Apitherapy is also used to refer to treatment with other bee products, such as honey, pollen, royal jelly, and propolis. Therefore, we will use to term “Bee Venom Therapy” (BVT) to refer specifically to the injection of bee venom.

Please visit and Join the WeHeal Apitherapy – Bee Venom Therapy Community

WeHeal is very grateful to our valued sources of information which include Wikipedia, WebMD, ClinicalTrials.gov, Cancer.gov, Infoplease, and the US CDC (Center for Disease Control).