Bee Venom Prevents HIV Infection from Spreading

Bee Venom Prevents HIV Infection from Spreading

Reports have confirmed that bee venom is useful for HIV infected patients as it has the capability to neutralize the HIV infection in the body. The gambling websites have started asking people to have a demo and free trials in order to actually check whether it works or not.

Scientists have found that bee venom has the capability to neutralize the HIV infection as bees produce an enzyme which is useful for killing HIV virus. As the HIV viruses are killed, they cannot infect the cells. A toxin named melittin can break down cell walls.

"The particles preferentially locked onto HIV and delivered their cargo: The venom component [melittin] poked holes in HIV's protective protein coat, leading to sharply reduced amounts of virus", said the authors.

Researchers have shown that AIDS is completely curable if the virus is detected in the human body within the first 10 weeks and bee venom will help in neutralizing the virus and stopping it from being spread inside the human body.

Bee venom worked when researchers tested it on 14 patients and were treated within 10 weeks of their infection. They found that the virus did not rebound after they were kept off from anti-viral.

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