There has been researching that shows that the nanoparticles carrying a toxin found in bee venom can destroy HIV cells. Bees are very important to our environment.
Research from Washington University in St. Louis says they have found a way to destroy the HIV virus using a toxin found in bee venom. There was a study that was published in the journal “Antiviral Therapy” that says the technique doesn’t just destroy the virus that causes AIDS, but it also leaves surrounding cells intact. The researchers say that they hope the nanoparticle technology could be incorporated into a vaginal gel to prevent the spread of HIV in areas with high rates of infection.
Most orthodox medicine practitioners don’t believe in alternative medicine, the answer to most of the diseases in man lies within nature. Honey bee venom, also called apitoxin, and is a major product of bees and was also used to defend themselves. So when a bee stings you, the venom actually benefits the body.