Cuban scientists have found that the poisonous blue scorpion, whose scientific name is Rhopalurus junceus, and that it is originally from the island, seems to have properties anti-inflammatory and pain relief and may delay tumor growth in some cancer patients.
Some people are knockingoverseas argue that research is needed for further research, but Cuba's pharmaceutical company Labiofam has been using scorpion monkeys since 2011 with Vidatox homeopathic medicine. The repair has proved popular.
Vidatox is sold in 15 countries and currently the company is negotiating with China to sell remedies to that country. In Cuba, thousands of patients have been treated with the product.
"I put Scorpio, I feel pain," explained a 78-year-old Cuban farmer, Pepe Casañas, who for a decade used scorpions to reduce the pain caused by rheumatism.
After he was caught, he had to grab some time until the expected reaction took place: a punch. "It happens for some time, but then it calms down and disappears," he said.
The effects of this medicine Labiofam's Homeopathic Laboratory Director Fabio Linares stated that Vidatox stimulates the body's natural defense mechanisms.