Rubeevenā„¢ combines two of natureā€™s strongest pain-relieving compounds: a unique high potency New Zealand bee venom, and capsaicin which is an extract from chilli peppers. This unique combination delivers rapid and long-lasting relief for joint
stiffness and muscular discomfort.

Rubeevenā„¢ is an all-natural product made from a few simple, powerful ingredients:

  • Distilled water
  • Capsaicin in cayenne liquid extract form
  • Coconut wax
  • Extra virgin
    olive oil
  • Benzoin tincture
  • Bee venom

Bee venom causes local release of the bodyā€™s own anti-inflammatory steroids,
the equivalent of an athlete having a cortisol injection. This is complemented by
the heat from capsaicin, which supports blood flow to the affected muscle and
joint tissue, aiding penetration of the soothing bee venom to relieve joint stiffness
and muscle pain.

The effects can be felt almost immediately, with most people experiencing a pleasant
warming sensation within seconds. The long-acting anti-inflammatory actions of the
bee venom also means that the pain relief should last for several hours.

Capsaicin has been proven in many clinical studies to be an effective treatment for
joint pain and musculoskeletal problems1-2. Bee venom is a traditional medicine and has been used for centuries for the same reasons3-4. In the traditional medicine practice, people will actually sting themselves using live bees. This is painful and kills the bees. HoneyLab are able to extract bee venom without harming the bees and that is why we are able to bring you this unique combination for the first time. Rubeevenā„¢ has been available for several months and people who are using it are
reporting that it is very effective and are ordering more.

Users should do a patch test first if there is any doubt that they may be allergic to
bees. This is done by applying a tiny amount to make sure that there is no adverse allergic reaction. The cream should then be applied 2 ā€“ 3 times a day to affected areas. It should be massaged into skin and will be absorbed within a minute. Users should wash their hands thoroughly after application, as the capsaicin can be painful
if even a small amount gets onto sensitive surfaces such as the eyes.
If the warmth is too strong and a burning sensation occurs, wash off the cream, use
less of the Rubeevenā„¢ in the future or consider stopping using altogether if you are
one of the rare people who are too sensitive to it. As with any treatment it is advised to read and follow the instructions on the label. If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional.

Yes, there is no reason why you cannot.

The research was funded and undertaken by HoneyLab, a New Zealand owned and operated pharmaceutical company.

The process is called milking and involves putting a glass plate near the hive and
running a small amount of electricity through the glass. The bees will attack the glass
and deposit some venom, but do not die as their stingers cannot penetrate the glass.
The bees are not harmed by this process, and their happiness and health is incredibly important to us.

Only 1% of people are allergic to bee stings and weā€™re sorry but Rubeevenā„¢ is not safe for these people. However, most people who think they are allergic are not. People who are not sure should apply a very small patch test on their arm to make sure there is not a large allergic reaction. Hundreds of thousands of people around
the world are safely using bee venom products on their skin.

Capsaicin and bee venom are both potent and fascinating materials that have been
used as traditional medicines for centuries. They are mostly used for musculoskeletal
pain and, in theory, may be able to help with other pain conditions including shingles
and, if applied to the side of the scalp, even migraines. HoneyLab will soon be
undertaking clinical trials for these conditions.