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Show 1032: How to Use Products from the Bee Hive for Healing
You may not think of bees as domestic animals, but any beekeeper would set you straight. Bees range far and wide when they forage for nectar and pollen, but they return home to the hive. Products of the hive have long been used for healing.
We get updates on bee venom therapy, honey, propolis and royal jelly and their various uses from the complementary perspectives of a physician and a beekeeper.
This Week's Guests:
Andrew Kochan, MD, practices physical medicine, rehabilitation and prolotherapy in Los Angeles. He is director of the Institute for Healing Arts Research and past president of the American Apitherapy Society.Dr. Kochan is on the board of directors for both the American Apitherapy Society and the American Association of Orthopedic Medicine. He is on staff at Northridge Hospital Medical Center and has been practicing prolotherapy for 30 years and apitherapy for 25 years.
Lady Spirit Moon Cerelli is a certified beekeeper and a certified apitherapist. She is president of the BEe Healing Guild. Lady owns and operates BEe Healing Apiary in Spring Creek near Hot Springs, NC. Raising resistant stock bees, she is an 8-year no-treatment beekeeper. BEe Healing is sponsoring a project in Senegal, Africa.
The BEe Healing Guild, a non-profit, is sponsoring the Gathering for the mind, body, spirit for sake of the honeybee, human, and Mother Earth, taking place on September 10 & 11, 2016. Information can be found on http://www.beehealing.buzz/. The photo is of Lady Cerelli.