the product container, label or Material Safety Data Sheet with you when calling Syngenta, a poisoncontrol cent re or doctor, or going for treatment. Tell the person contacted the complete product name, and the type and amount of exposure. Describe any symptoms and follow the advice given. Call the Syngenta Emergency Line Ease of use: 2 x 50 gm treatment trays per hive, with an interval of 14 days, in summer just after the honey flow. Best results occur when bees are active and maximum daily temperatures are between 60 degrees and 105 degrees Fahrenheit. To use Apiguard, place the dosing tray or pad centrally on the top of the brood frames gel side up. Medguard alcohol hand gel is quick acting and easy to use which contains an effective bactericide The gel is ideal for medical applications to prevent cross contamination Tested and approved to EN1499, EN 13727 MRSA, EN12054 Apiguard is a Thymol gel, used to control Varroa mites. Each hive gets two treatments, 10-14 days apart, and works best when daytime temperatures are above 60 degrees F. This bucket contains enough gel for 60 treatments (enough to treat 30 hives), plus cards and tools to dispense the correct quantity of gel. Jan 22, 2013 · has anyone experienced blistering burns from radiation? I still have 12 treatments to go, and I've got broken, blistered skin under my arm. How long will it take for skin to heal after radiation stops?