Characteristics of reactions
When we vaccinate a child, in response, your body reflects temperature or fever and general malaise in the afternoon or evening. Your body reacts this way because the immune system is like asking "What have you introduced to the body? What is this? "So it gives the" voice "alarm throughout the organism in the way already mentioned.
Something similar happens when applying the first bee stings. The defense cells are in a state of alert, in case, in the process of recognition, they come to realize that the substance is harmful to health. However, the reality is totally different. The defense cells identify it as a therapeutic and beneficial substance, so that the reaction begins to decrease noticeably soon. That is why, in the subsequent therapy, the possibility of the mechanism of assimilation is reduced. This is why it is important that not many days pass from the first application, to give a second, a third and more consultations, since in this way, the body adapts to apitherapy treatment quickly. Reactions that may occur are:
Temperature up to fever
Dyspnea or tiredness
Nausea and / or vomiting
Local or general itching
Which I consider common in the first consultations (Possibility of appearing from the first to the fifth). This does not mean that throughout the treatment they are going to present. I also clarify that not all reactions are going to occur in a patient.
If temperature or fever occurs, apply cold water packs to the forehead and belly to reduce the reaction.
If there is nausea, vomiting or diarrhea, a simple chamomile tea is sufficient.
In case of local itching, apply alcohol; If it is general, take a bath with fresh water.
It is also very helpful to take drops or propolis capsules in any of the reactions as well as take tablespoons of pure honey.
Once the human body assimilates the substance and adapts to the treatment (commonly after the fifth consultation), such reactions could hardly occur.
THE "WORST" THAT CAN HAPPEN FROM HERE IN ADVANCE, IS THAT BETTER AND HEAL.