Aseptic Necrosis of the Head

In aseptic necrosis of the head of the femoral bone, circulation is blocked, typically by trauma. In time the bone becomes deformed, with arthrosis of the oxo-femoral articulation, shortening of the leg, lameness, and disturbance of the spinal cord and of the other coxo-femoral articulation. Most cases are very painful, though many patients seek medical help only when the disease is advanced. However, with bee venom it is possible to interrupt this process.

My example is that of a 10-year-old boy who was struck by a car two years ago. I saw him 8 months after the accident, by which time he had degeneration of the head of the bone and of the neck of the bone (the part between the head and the body of the femur).

For bee venom, I first used Apireven and then VENEX 10 in diluted form, because of the age of the patient. The bee venom was diluted 1/5 from VX10, a strength that produced a good reaction and was tolerated well. He was given 2 sessions a week, with no more than 7 stings at each session. At the beginning of the treatment I applied the BVT on the lumbar zone of the urinary bladder acupuncture meridian. A month later I applied it to the points above the articulation on the anterior part of the body, on the lateral part, and on the back side of the body, between the points stinging by the lateral part and the points stinging by the urinary bladder meridian; this way I surrounded the joint with the stinging. In addition I used royal jelly, pollen, propolis, and honey internally and also some medicinal plants.

After a few days of treatment, the pain disappeared and he was able to walk without limping. Three months later, radiologists declared that progression of the disease had stopped. The bone’s structure was denser, and the neck of the bone was thicker both results were signs of the bone’s regeneration. So, by using bee venom and other natural remedies, it is possible to help even the bone to reconstruct.

- Cristina Aosan
January 07, 2009