I've just started researching bee venom therapy for MS and haven't been able to find TCM based information. I'd love to hear from practioners with information about this modality that includes which points to use and (in TCM terms) why---does the venom dry damp? Is this a case of fighting fire with fire? Or is the venom tonifying to Earth? Will it drive out wind?
The latest study that I've found, (2009 by Nancy Walsh) was criticized by the American Apitherapy Society (AAS) for not following their protocol. Specifically, for injecting the "upper thigh" instead of the "spine." I'm guessing that the AAS recommends stinging the huatojiaji pointts, but I haven't gotten far enough in to it to tell for sure.
Perhaps someone who studies the classic TCM texts can help?
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