Bee medicine refers to medicines used for bee breeding and disinfection of bee utensils. In recent years, bee medicine has played a powerful role in controlling the harm of bee diseases, ensuring the healthy development of beekeeping, and improving the output and quality of bee products.
According to the control targets of bees, the existing bee medicines can be divided into 7 types initially:
1. Antiviral drugs, these drugs are mainly to inhibit the proliferation of viruses in the cells of the bee body or to destroy the nuclear synthesis and protein synthesis of the virus.
2. Antibacterial drugs, mainly sulfonamides
and antibiotics, are used to prevent and control bacterial diseases and inhibit the proliferation of bacteria.
3. Antifungal drugs, used to kill or inhibit the growth and reproduction of fungal hyphae or spores.
4. Antibiotic drugs are used to control bee spores and amoebiasis.
5. The acaricides kill the bee mites by contact, fumigation and fumigation.
6. Disinfection drugs, used for disinfection of nest spleen, bee tools and bee yard.
7. For detoxification drugs, bees are poisoned by pesticides or other toxic substances. Atropine sulfate and phosphate detoxification are commonly used.