Useful for arthritis sufferers.
Bee venom has been used via Bee-Sting Therapy for centuries in all cultures. The actual healing process is still a bit of a mystery but ongoing research has identified a number of naturally occurring chemical compounds which appear to work together in the body.
One possible way that venom works its anti-inflammatory effects is by assisting the production of cortisone in the human body, without the side effects of synthetic cortisone. Its anti-oxidant qualities also make it effective as a booster for the natural immune system. There are also reports of bee venom assisting in the control of Multiple Sclerosis symptoms as well as claims of favourable results in epilepsy, mastitis, chronic pain, tendinitis, ligament injuries, pre-menstrual syndrome and neuroses. Bee venom has also shown the potential to thin the blood, dilate capillaries and arteries and decrease blood cholesterol level.
Until recently bee venom therapy could only be applied with direct bee-stings or intradermal injections. In Nectar-Ease we have not only a much more palatable method of taking Bee Venom but we can combine the benefits of our own native health plant, commonly called the Ti-tree or Manuka.
The same manuka honey and venom base as described for Nectar Ease with Glucosamine Sulphate added at a rate of 50% to provide further pain relief and to assist in the restoration of joint cartilage damaged by arthritis. Over 300 scientific investigations have been conducted on Glucosamine Sulphate and it has been shown to be a natural product that is effective both in terms of pain relief and mobility for osteoarthritis sufferers as well as providing the basic building block of cartilage.
What else should I know?
- Manuka honey 95%
- Glucosamine Sulphate 5%
- Bee Venom less that 0.1%
One teaspoonful contains less than one bee sting.
Start with a quarter teaspoonful and increase to 1 to 2 teaspoonfuls daily.
Avoid if allergic to bee stings or honey products.
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