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The Best Detox Methods for BVT

Updated: Mar 8

This is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. 

Detoxing helps the body rid itself of the pathogens being killed by BVT.


Bee Venom Therapy (BVT) is an ancient practice that has gained modern acclaim for its potential to treat various ailments, from arthritis to chronic pain. However, the key to maximizing BVT's benefits lies not only in the therapy itself but also in how we prepare and recover from it. Detoxification plays a crucial role in enhancing the therapeutic effects of bee venom, minimizing side effects, and promoting faster recovery.


This guide explores natural detox methods tailored specifically for BVT recipients, offering insights into safely and effectively integrating these practices into your therapy regimen. Whether you're a seasoned BVT enthusiast or a curious newcomer, understanding the importance of detox can transform your healing journey, making each session more beneficial.


11 Detox Methods for Use on Sting Days


Embarking on Bee Venom Therapy (BVT) is a journey that involves more than just the application of bee stings; it's about preparing your body to embrace and enhance the healing process. On sting days, it's crucial to employ specific detox methods that not only support the body in flushing out toxins more effectively but also aid in mitigating potential side effects and optimizing the therapeutic effects of the venom. In this section, we explore a variety of natural detox strategies tailored for sting days. From hydration and dietary adjustments to targeted physical activities, these methods are designed to work in harmony with your body's natural healing mechanisms, ensuring a smoother recovery and a more profound therapeutic outcome. Whether you're a novice or a veteran in the world of BVT, integrating these detox techniques into your routine can significantly impact your therapy's success and your overall health.



1. Hydration


Lemon water, electrolyte water. Maintain hydration to ensure the body can detox properly.


2. Apple Cider Vinegar

You can use two ways
  1. Take a small amount every morning diluted in water. One tablespoon of ACV. Wait two hours after stinging.

  2. Use as a flush: add 2 tablespoons to a glass of water and add honey to cut the tartness if needed. Do this 3-4 times during the day. This can be done every few weeks for severe herxing.

3. Alka Seltzer Gold

Can be used up to 3x a week, drinking about an hour before bed.



4. Rebounding


Rebounding is a type of low-impact aerobic exercise. It is performed by jumping up and down on a mini-trampoline. 


5. Dry Brushing

Dry brushing is a daily body massage with a dry, stiff-bristled brush that’s said to help get rid of flaky skin, increase circulation, detoxify, and help digestion.


6. Vibe Plate

A vibe plate can be used to help lymphatic drainage, increase circulation and boost immunity among other things. Some fitness centers and chiropractic offices have vibe plates. Or they can be purchased for personal use.


7. Caster Oil Packs 



It is recommended to wait a few hours after stinging to apply castor oil packs. Stay away from sting sights. ** Can be used in combination with an epsom salt bath and charcoal. Do castor oil packs first, then the epsom salt bath followed by the charcoal. If you are going to combine the three methods, only do this on non-sting days as the epsom salt bath and charcoal can potentially pull out some of the venom.









8. Pekana Big 3


Has been shown to have great results, follow the instructions on the package and ramp up slowly. It has been shown to help with major organ detoxification.




Start slowly and work up to the full dose.


9. Light Exercise



Walking, yoga, and light gentle exercise.


10. N-Acetyl-Cysteine (NAC)

NAC helps the liver create healthy cells, and the body creates natural glutathione. 


11. Uva Ursi

If you are having issues with your kidneys you can use Uva Ursi. However, it is hard on the liver so use it carefully. One week on and one week off.  It is recommended to support your liver during this time with NAC and milk thistle. 



5 Detox Methods for Non-Sting Days


On the days between your Bee Venom Therapy sessions, your body works tirelessly to heal and integrate the benefits of the treatment. Supporting this process with specific detox methods can significantly enhance recovery and overall well-being. This segment provides a comprehensive overview of detox strategies suited for non-sting days, focusing on long-term health and resilience. From dietary adjustments to lifestyle changes and supplementary therapies, discover how you can bolster your body's detoxification efforts, ensuring you're fully prepared for your next BVT session.


1. Epsom Salt Bath



Use about 2 cups of Epsom salt for a standard-size bathtub with warm water (never more than 101.5 to 102°F (38.6 to 38.8°C). Do not use epsom salt with any scent added. Pour it under the water spout to help it mix with water. Soak in the tub for at least 12 minutes, more if you are suffering from constipation as well.





2. Activated Charcoal

Take a few hours away from any other supplements.


3. Red Light Therapy

Can be used with caution as some have indicated it makes stinging more painful. Others have not had this issue and benefited greatly.


4. Infrared Sauna

Start slowly and work up. Make sure to stay hydrated so the toxins can move out.


5. Chlorella/Spirulina

This is used to bind to toxins, specifically heavy metals.


Important Note

There are many forms of detoxing, and you do not need to do all of them. There may also be additional forms of detoxing not listed above. Find what works for you. Less is more effective when doing BVT. 


The following are not recommended while doing BVT:

  • IV Ozone

  • Turmeric

  • Cyst busting herbs or medications

  • LDI if treating for Lyme and co-infections

  • Oil of Oregano - can negate Venom



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