Inventor of the Bee Venom Extractor
Amrut Mantri, Jagran CityPlus, 9/3/2010
Bee venom extractor, an advanced, high-tech electronic technology, developed for the first time in India has proved to be a major breakthrough in extracting the bee venom in large quantity, from the sting of thousands of honey bees at a time, without killing a single honey bee.
Amrut Mantri, ex-scientist from TIFR, ECIL and NCL residing in Pune, Model Colony, who has invented this unique electronic system, has made a remarkable contribution to science and research in India, by devising this system. This technology is being successfully deployed and used for about three decades in India, by several Agriculture and Apiculture Universities for research and training.
The Bee Venom Extractor has been installed with live demonstration by extracting and collecting the Venom from the Mellifera Italian Honey Bees in the Department of Entomology and Apiculture at the Yashwant Singh Parmar Agriculture University and Forestry, Government of Himachal Pradesh, Nauni, Solan and also at All India Coordinated Project on Honey Bee Research and Training (ICAR) Department of Entomology, Rajendra Agricultural University, Pusa, Samastipur-Bihar.
The unique chemical properties of the Bee Venom relieve pains of Arthritis, Rheumatic and Sciatica or caused by Gout Strain or sports injury. The Bee Venom cream also gives you relief.
Talking more on this Mantri said, "The Bee Venom has long history in European folk medicine, and its unique chemical properties are now receiving serious scientific attention in many countries.
Topical application of Bee Venom successfully relieves suffering of muscle and joint pain. Bee Venom contains more than 18 biological active substances which cannot be produced by any synthetic methods. Although bees are totally dependent on plants, their venom contains no vegetable substances. Special glands in their abdomen secrete substances which form the mysterious bee venom once they are mixed. If the venom enters the human body for the first time via a bee sting, it can cause considerable swelling and skin irritation. This is why people have an almost instinctive fear of approaching a honey bee colony."…