Corpus ID: 21200948

[The effect of dilutions of Apis mellifica and Apium virus on ultraviolet light-induced erythema in the guinea pig].

@article{Bildet1989TheEO,
  title={[The effect of dilutions of Apis mellifica and Apium virus on ultraviolet light-induced erythema in the guinea pig].},
  author={J. Bildet and M. Guyot and F. Bonini and M. Grignon and B. Poitevin and R. Quilichini},
  journal={Annales pharmaceutiques francaises},
  year={1989},
  volume={47 1},
  pages={
          24-32
        }
}
Dilutions of Apis mellifica (obtained from the whole bee) and Apium virus (obtained from bee venom) are used classically in homeopathy for inflammatory symptoms with edema, erythema and pruritus (Lewis triad). Using a method examining the evolution of UV induced erythema in the guinea pig, the authors show the following dilutions of Apis mellifica 7 CH(10(-14)), 9 CH(10(-18)) and of Apium virus 5 CH(10(-10)), 7 CH(10(-14)), 9 CH(10(-18)) exert an action on experimental erythema. The results are… Expand
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