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Apitherapy

Discussion group for medicinal healing using bees and bee products. 

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Comment by Lara Lovell on March 3, 2014 at 11:49am

I am very interested in learning more about this!

Comment by Rob Shepler on September 23, 2013 at 7:49pm

Kathleen if you check in, my Wife has bad arthritis in her thumbs, how would you recommend treating this? How many stings in what areas and how frequently?

Many thanks,

Rob

Comment by Jane Huisingh on July 11, 2013 at 8:15pm

Was with Rob at a meeting tonight and he said I should post this.

Didn't think anything of it until I was in ABQ for the meeting, I had been stung twice, and my hip does not hurt.  Makes me wonder if it is from BVT or just a fluke.  I am thinking BVT.

Comment by Rob Shepler on July 4, 2013 at 6:48am

Hey Jane, I spoke to Kathleen and she is not a big fan of social media but said she would check in on the comment wall. If you have a question about her experience post it and she will chime in! She does not get down south much, but if she does we might be able to steal her for an hour.....

Comment by Rob Shepler on July 3, 2013 at 7:09am

I do not have contact info for Kathleen, maybe I could call Ken Hays and see if he has it. She sure has a unique testimonial and I would sure love to see and hear more.

Comment by Jane Huisingh on July 3, 2013 at 6:08am

Rob, I liked the article about Kathleen Miller.  Would love to hear her speak.  Any way we can get her for one of our meetings?

Comment by Jessie Brown on May 13, 2013 at 8:15am

Rob, great news. I would really like to hear more from Kathleen Miller. 

Comment by Rob Shepler on May 12, 2013 at 4:59am

I had a chance to hear Kathleen Miller speak yesterday at Ken Hays seminar, she was really great!

I asked her to join this forum and hope she does, her personal experience with apitherapy is very compelling. Here is an interview with her.

http://www.backyardhive.com/Press/Press_from_BackYardHive/The_Buzz_...

Comment by Paul D Sena on April 11, 2013 at 12:33pm
Hi I am new to this site and apitherapy all to gether but I have been treating my mother for problems with her hand know it started out that she had carpulltunell in her hands had surgery twice and was still unable to move her fingers due to the sever pain in her hands I have been treating her for about 6 mths now and she is haveing great results after stinging her she will get movement back in her hands. useally last about a week she is getting stung every week three stings to 4 every week she has said that if she has to do this foe the rest of her life she will because it works so well. Now my hope is that she will at sometime in the future get some permanent results but till then we have a standing appointment for sting at least once a week have done it twice in one week when she started hurting alot. Hope this is helpful to you and I would recommend giving it a try the wrost that happens is so get no releaf but you lose nothing trying and it wont make things worse go give it a shot thats my thoughts on the matter God Bless and good luck
Comment by Rob Shepler on January 30, 2013 at 6:18am

Anybody had any luck using apitherapy for treatment of osteoarthritis? My little wifie is nearly cripple in her hands some days.

Thanks in advance for your comments!

 

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