Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Charles Mraz Apitherapy Course Feb. 16-19 in Seattle

Sponsor: American Apitherapy Society

When: February 16-19, 2006

Where: Clarion Hotel, SeaTac International Airport, Seattle, Washington 98188

Cost: $350 per person for the course, if registered and paid by Jan. 16, 2006. $400 if registered and paid after January 16. Student rate of $250 is available with ID.

The course will focus on the basics of Apitherapy, culminating in an understanding of indications for the use of Apitherapy, procedures for safety and treatment techniques

Topics include: Bee venom therapy, pollen, propolis, acupuncture, treatment procedures.

New topic: Treatment of animals

Apitherapy In Nigeria

Friend of Bees
The Daily Sun (Nigeria), 11/30/05

As you walk into the bush of the Biological Garden in the Kwara State College of Education, Ilorin, the first question, Lanrewaju Badmus, a bee therapist, who cures diseases with bees, would ask as you approach the bee keeping section is: “Did you spray perfume?” If yes, he would tell you that you cannot be his guest. If no, he would host you with the bees flying around, but counsels: “Please if the bees fly around you, do not wave them. They are friendly when you obey their rules. . .’’

Badmus tells Daily Sun that “there is no disease or problem on earth bees cannot cure. You name them; high blood pressure, diabetes, pains, strokes, paralysis, asthma, cough, barrenness, fibroid, ulcer, low sperm count, irregular menstruation, and even HIV. . . (Read More)