Adjuvant for muscle pains and rheumatisms. It shows effectiveness while massaging the part concerned.
Therapeutic use of Bee Venom has been known since ancient times. Evidences date back to Assyrians, Babylonians and according to Ahmed Hegazi, an Egyptian researcher, there are evidences on papyri dating back to 2000 B.C., in which the use of Bee Venom as therapeutic use was witnessed.
Also Hippocrates, the Greek father of Medicine, and his countryman Galen spoke in their writings about a strange and mysterious Medicine alluding to Bee Venom.
Bee Venom as medicine was known also in the Latin world as mentioned by Pliny the Elder in his Naturalis Historia. There are evidences describing that Bee Venom was used to heal the gout by Charlemagne and Ivan the Terrible.
The use of Bee Venom became apitherapy only between 1880 and 1900, in Austria, thanks to Dr Philip Terc, who experimented it for twenty-five years on patients suffering from severe rheumatic problems; in 1930, a German company started the commercialization of the product.