The venom of honeybees is a quite complex secretion that is produced by abdominal glands and is collected in a venom sac ready to be delivered and injected by the sting when a bee or the hive are threatened. Since ancient times bee venom is used as a cure for various pathologies in Apitherapy practice.

Entomon can furnish bee venom collected with traditional methods (electrostimulation) from hives maintained in non polluted areas and exploited without causing prolonged stress to the colonies.

Any venom batch is certified for the date of collection and the absence of pesticides on a sample of forager bees of the apiary (examined with GC-MS analyses) and is accompanied by the electrophoretic profile showing the presence of the principal proteic components reported in the literature.