Bee venom has a special effect on neuralgia, not poison material Chungjin Biotech’s bee venom had recognized as food in the US & Europe region
Oct 21, 2021, 05:56
Recently, the Korean beekeeping industry is facing a crisis as climate change caused by global warming affects the ecosystem. Although climate change is a major obstacle to the development of the beekeeping industry, various issues related to the industry are also one of the reasons why the development of the beekeeping industry is delayed
“The government says that purified bee venom is poisonous. The name is poisonous, but there are no toxic ingredients,” said Kim Cheol-gu, CEO of Chungjin Biotech, a Korean bee venom powder manufacturer
Cheol-gu Kim, CEO of Chungjin Biotech, has been effort for several years to register purified bee venom as a food ingredient. I
n 2016, he passed a safety test and requested registration of purified bee venom as an auxiliary feed from the National Academy of Animal Sciences, but was rejected. The reason for dropping out is that purified bee venom is also one of the poisons
Bee venom is a venom from the ovipositor of honeybees, and is widely used in folk remedies because it is effective for rheumatism and neuralgia. 70% of bee venom is a protein, composed of melittin amines, enzymes, and peptides with pharmaceutical properties.
The growth potential of the bee venom industry is still large. The CEO of Cheungjin Biotech, a Korean bee venom powder manufacturer, said, “The value of pollen fertilization of bees is 5.9 trillion won, accounting for 16.2% of agricultural production.
As honey production is declining due to the abnormal climate, it is also important to develop beekeeping products other than honey, such as bee venom.”
CEO Kim's goal is to use bee venom in animal feed. He expressed his ambition to expand the beekeeping industry beyond the human realm such as medicine and beauty to the animal realm.
Chungjin Biotech, a Korean bee venom powder manufacturer, is leading the global beekeeping business by developing purified bee venom, melittin bee venom, bee venom collector, honeybee artificial insemination instrument, and digital honeybee artificial insemination instrument.
All employees are working hard on research and development for the development of cutting-edge products and the production of high-quality products.
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