PS I've heard that bite of the King Cobra stops MS in its tracks.
bromley wrote:Bees stings for MS don't work
kitkat2 wrote:Makes me wonder if the histamine theory has something to do with bee sting success in some people.(??)
Even if you're not allergic, bee venom remains a foreign substance and I'd think it may increase the release of histamine.
Its disappointing, I'd like every trial to prove positive and have a whole bunch of therapies to choose from, but more often than not the answer will be just as here and we should accept that, draw a line and move on. Perhaps moving on here is to consider histamines ...During bee sting therapy, there was no significant reduction in the cumulative number of new gadolinium-enhancing lesions. The T2*-weighted lesion load further progressed, and there was no significant reduction in relapse rate. There was no improvement of disability, fatigue, and quality of life.
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