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February 2015

The anti-arthritic effects of bee venom

By |February 20th, 2015|

Study reveals how melittin in venom blocks inflammation
 Since ancient times, healers have practiced apitherapy, the use of honeybee products for curative purposes. Within the last few decades, conventional doctors have joined holistic practitioners in exploring the potential of bee venom for treating a wide variety of conditions from acute tendonitis to chronic back pain to […]

Bee Venom Protocol For Lyme’s Disease

By |February 20th, 2015|

Dr. Klinghardt uses 0.5 ml Bee-venom form Canada (Michael Simics) in 2.5 ml Procaine and injects 0.5 ml procaine in tender spot subcutaneously into the skin. It is relatively painless and has an incredible effect in his Lyme Disease patients.
In some it lasts for 2 days and in others for 3-4 days. Dependent on the […]

Scientist solves secret of bee bread

By |February 20th, 2015|

A microbiologist has discovered the microbial ingredients honeybees embed in the nutrient-packed pollen derivative known as bee bread.
Martha A. Gilliam of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Carl Hayden Bee Research Center in Tucson, Ariz., identified 107 molds, 81 yeasts and 29 bacteria in the bread while she and co-workers sifted through the yellow granules for […]

Bee stings ‘help’ mother with MS

By |February 20th, 2015|

A mother-of-two who is battling against multiple sclerosis says she is being helped by 36 bee stings a week.
Paula Cooke, 40, of Terrington St Clement, Norfolk, has had MS for 15 years and has no feeling from her waist to her toes.
About three months ago she started a course of bee venom therapy and she […]

“From his honey as well as from his sting”

By |February 19th, 2015|

“From his honey as well as from his sting”
Hilmar Kuhnemann stings his patients, literally. He knows that this will benefit  them
Like every week beekeeper Riar Carlson picks between 60 to 100 bees from her bee hive, puts them in a special bag and walks very carefully to the local clinic in the town. Like every […]