Thursday, May 05, 2016

Bee Sting Therapy Used by Specialist to Cure Variety of Diseases Including Cancer, Autism & Cerebral Palsy

By Samantha Finch
Parent Herald | May 3

JAKARTA, INDONESIA - APRIL 15: An apitherapy practitioner administers a bee sting to the hand of a patient at Cibubur Bee Center on April 15, 2007 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Bee acupuncture or apitherapy, is an alternative healing practice where bee stings are used as treatment for various conditions and diseases. Apitherapy, which was first practiced in China, has developed as a popular alternative healing method in Indonesia.

A specialist in Gaza, Palestine is using bees to cure a variety of diseases that are challenging to cure. He claims that his bee sting therapy has treated chronic and fatal diseases like autism, cancer and cerebral palsy.

Rateb Samour, a 58-year-old Palestinian, said the practice of bee sting therapy was handed down to him by his father. Samour is neither a doctor nor a medical staff, but he has been treating 250 patients daily using bee sting therapy, Fox News reported...

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