100% Natural Bee Venom Apitoxin/Bee Venom Price for skin

Introduction of Bee venom 

Bee venom is made by bees. This is the poison that makes bee stings painful. Bee venom is used to make medicine. Don’t confuse bee venom with bee pollen, honey, or royal jelly. Other venoms are derived from related members of the insect order Hymenoptera.

Bee venom is given as a shot for rheumatoid arthritis, nerve pain (neuralgia), multiple sclerosis (MS), reducing the reaction to bee stings in people who are allergic (desensitization) to them (venom immunotherapy), swollen tendons (tendonitis), and muscle conditions such as fibromyositis and enthesitis.

Detailed Product Description

Bee Venom

Moisture < 10%

Active Protein > 60%

Water-solubility substance 75+/-5%

PH 5.5+/-1

Melittin > 50%


(1) Used in Medicines:  Antivenin,  Antitumor drug, Anti-AIDS, Rheumatism,etc.

(2) Used in Cosmetic:   Bee venom mask / cream ,etc.

(3) Used in Scientific Research


Certificate of Analysis:

Loss on drying MAX. 5.0%
Total ash MAX. 2.0 %
Heavy metals MAX. 10 ppm
As <2ppm
Microbiological Control
Total Plate Count <1,000cfu/g
Yeast & Mold <100cfu/g
Staphylococci: Negative
E.Coli Negative
Salmonella Negative
Pesticides: Negative



Store in sealed containers at cool & dry place.

Protect from light, moisture and pest infestation. .

Shelf life 2 years when properly stored

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Function of Bee venom 

1, Bee venom is used by some as a treatment for rheumatism and joint diseases due to its anticoagulant and anti-inflammatory properties.

2, Bee Venom is also used to desensitize people allergic to insect stings. Bee venom therapy can also be delivered in the form of a balm although this may be less potent than using live bee stings.

3, Bee venom can be found in numerous beauty products. It is believed to increase blood flow therefore plumping the applied area, producing collagen. This effect aids in smoothing out lines and wrinkles.

Bee venom, honey, and other products

Apitherapy can include the usage of all products created naturally from honeybees. This includes:

  • Bee venom. Female worker bees produce bee venom. It can be delivered directly from a bee sting. The bee sting may be administered to the skin through a stainless steel micro mesh. This allows the venom to enter the skin, but prevents the stinger from being attached to the skin, which would kill the bee.
  • Honey. Bees produce this sweet substance. It can also be harvested.
  • Pollen. This is the male reproductive material bees collect from plants. It contains a large number of vitamins and nutrients.
  • Royal jelly. The queen bee feeds on this enzyme-enriched food. It contains a large number of beneficial vitamins.
  • Propolis. This is a combination of beeswax, tree resins, honey, and enzymes made by bees to protect the hive from external threats, like bacteria or viruses. It contains strong antiviral, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties as a result.
  • Beeswax. Honeybees create beeswax to build their hive and store both honey and pollen. It’s commonly used in cosmetic products.

Finding products that are as pure and, in some cases, fresh as possible can help get you the best results possible from apitherapy. Taking a vitamin that only contains a small portion of royal jelly, for example, wouldn’t be as effective as taking one with a larger dose of the honeybee product.

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