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Do bee stings effect your bones or joints?

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Dr. William Banks Hinshaw
Obstetrics & Gynecology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Possibly

The use of bee stings for reduction of arthritic joint pains is a folk remedy tradition and part of vedic and chinese traditional medicine, where it is called apitherapy.
Trials of bee venom have not established any consistent pattern of relief, but anecdotal recommendations abound.

In brief: Possibly

The use of bee stings for reduction of arthritic joint pains is a folk remedy tradition and part of vedic and chinese traditional medicine, where it is called apitherapy.
Trials of bee venom have not established any consistent pattern of relief, but anecdotal recommendations abound.
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Dr. Gregory Neyman
General Practice

In brief: Not generally

No, not generally. But you can have infection that could.

In brief: Not generally

No, not generally. But you can have infection that could.
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