New approach in cancer management by using Apis mellifera L venom extracts (Honeybees venom)

New approach in cancer management by using Apis mellifera L venom extracts (Honeybees venom)
Samia Ahmed Kamal
PhD in pathology
Professor of Virology, Egypt
Cancer cells need strong drug to be eliminated. Skin cancer can be treated with safe local treatment by whole bee venom, especially that cancer located near or in vital organs such as the eyes, nose, ear, face and head. The cancer of the organs located under the skin also can be dealt with in the same way. This drug can also be used to prevent tumors in groups most at risk of potential cancer (predisposing factors). This drug can reach the brain and all parts of the body through the blood. Bee venom contraindicated to inject into the vein at all. The secrets of this drug are very huge and its applications are many, all of which are important. Cationic peptides and mechanism of action of bee venom as anticancer and antiviral in vivo; (1) there is a negative charge on cancer cells, viral infected cells, diseased cells, and generally any cells that contain toxins or damage, and viruses are carrying negative charge even when it is outside the living body.(2) In the components of bee venom, there is a substance melittin, which carries a positive charge, so the mode of action of bee venom in the treatment of cancer is similar to cationic peptides effects, that is, bee venom break down and attack negatively charged cancer cells. (3) The role that the herpes virus is likely to play in increasing the severity of cancerous diseases, worsen the conditions: herpes viruses are opportunistic viruses that strike the body whose immunity is weakened for any reason. Therefore, the role of this virus must be neutralized when you planning to treat a cancer patient. Fortunately, bee venom is a powerful antiviral, and thus we hit three birds with one stone, that is, we kill cancer cells, kill opportunistic viruses, and improve tissue immunity to participate in the fight against cancer and get rid of toxic exudates more efficiently.

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