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Posted by Lymetoo (Member # 743) on :
 
YIKES! I wonder if this really worked? Or is she just selling her product??

http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/world-our-backyard/2013/nov/23/killer-bee-attack-saves-womans-life-and-inspires-a/
 
Posted by hiker53 (Member # 6046) on :
 
Didn't Dr. K (Gigi's friend) use bee venom? I don't think he had all that high a cure rate.

Also the site that sells the bee venom "beauty cream" does not indicate it is killer bee venom. I bet there is a difference.

Hiker53
 
Posted by Carmen (Member # 42391) on :
 
Honey bee venom is what has been traditionally used... and mostly for common arthritis but how much of that is caused by lyme? who knows.

Dr Donsbach has used it quite a bit in his clinic in Mexico and the one in Europe for arthritis. It works for some and not for others, like everything else.

Her levels of bee venom must have been huge, relatively. They collect bee venom and apply by injection in some places in Europe.
 
Posted by payne (Member # 26248) on :
 
after all the needles, blood work and b12,bicillin...
whats a few killer bee stings ?
chronic that is..
such a world of differance between chronic
and yea i just got a tick bite.
 
Posted by Lymetoo (Member # 743) on :
 
It's usually honey bee venom that is used. I bet it makes a BIG difference!
 
Posted by GretaM (Member # 40917) on :
 
If it was guaranteed to work...anything could sting me. Killer bees scorpions sting rays... I'd do it all if it worked!
 
Posted by beaches (Member # 38251) on :
 
Didn't read the link, but to answer your question,
he77 yes!! Ditto to what Greta said.
 
Posted by Razzle (Member # 30398) on :
 
No... Possibly allergic (react very badly to honey and royal jelly)...
 
Posted by randibear (Member # 11290) on :
 
oh no, am highly allergic to bees...

i've seen this bee stuff in capsules but i don't think i'd even want to try those.
 
Posted by BuffyFan (Member # 34679) on :
 
No. I"m scared of bees and scared of getting stung.
 
Posted by Carmen (Member # 42391) on :
 
Stephen Burhner says that you can make a tincture from macerated whole honey bees. No need for a sting. His article also explains how to harvest honey bee venom without killing the bees or being stung. I put that article link on a different thread about honey bees and lyme arthritis.
 
Posted by droid1226 (Member # 34930) on :
 
I'd let a shark bite me if it helped.
 
Posted by Lymetoo (Member # 743) on :
 
I am also allergic .. not sure I would.. but this girl said she expected to die because SHE is also allergic. So, maybe it would be worth it!!
 
Posted by lyme987 (Member # 22148) on :
 
Actually did try the bee venom thing

Injected myself once a day, all I got out of that was a swollen arm- didn't do anything for me
 
Posted by Lymetoo (Member # 743) on :
 
Did anyone actually read her story? This is not your normal bee venom story. [Smile]
 


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