My anecdotal info is that the bee venom is a protein; which supports the
notion of meat tenderizer as an agent to break it down. Seems to make sense,
and has worked for me.
> I think that the use of ammonia is correct, in that I think that the venom
> is acidic, therefore andy base would work in some degree. Provided that
> is not a strong alkali that will eat your skin. So in a pinch any washing
> stuff with soda or ammonia would work as well as baking soda. Best to
> this confirmed by a professional tho.
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