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  1. Re: Honey Hive Farms, Give away!!! Win One of Three Prizes for 2014!!!

    Great prizes. Count us in, too, please :)
    Susan
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    Re: Beehives and Prostate Cancer

    Lets get back on topic, please.
    Susan
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    Re: What are people charging?

    The only experience we have had is with people coming to our house for stings. We didn't charge. Some insisted on making a donation to replace the bees, but we never asked for payment. Its been a...
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    Re: What are people charging?

    Hi Ohiobeek,

    Check out these people. They sell bees for apitherapy commercially:

    http://ferrisapiaries.com/

    Susan
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    Re: Neuropathy

    Neuropathy can also be caused by Diabetes, cardiac problems and/or poor circulation. I don't know the cause of your friend's father's neuropathy, but that would be the place to start. He has more...
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    Re: Second round of BVT

    Great advice, Bee Bliss. I also have that book and find it an interesting read. Sorry I omitted it:(
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    Re: Second round of BVT

    Hi Pamela,
    There are several options for you, and you could really do all three of them. 1. Reach out to beekeepers in your area and see if they know anyone with bvt experience. 2. Join the American...
  8. Re: apitherpy for foot ulcer and toe ulcer

    I couldn't agree with you more, Seamus. There is no reason to avoid local raw honey. It has antiseptic/antibacterial properties.

    Susan
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    Re: Experience with MS

    Hi shmiusa,
    If you don't get a reply from someone in Boston, try apitherapy.org. You may have to join in order to get the name of someone but it is your best bet if no one on this board is in your...
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    Re: cataracts

    You are a brave one, Seamus! I'm glad its helping but again, stinging near the eye raises great concern for me.
    Susan
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    Re: Beehives and Prostate Cancer

    At one time, a professor at Wake Forest University was conducting a study on the effects of using propolis in cancer treatment. I have not heard the outcome of the study but initially it looked...
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    Re: cataracts

    I have heard of using honey for cataracts, as described in this thread. The idea of stinging near the eyes is very concerning to me. I personally would not try that.
    Susan
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    Re: how often

    You can sting daily if you are still having the pain. When you notice that the pain has subsided, skip a day. Soon you may be able to skip two days. I have found that after a while I can go longer...
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    Re: bee sting chart

    Many apitherapists use the acupuncture sites.
    Susan
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    Re: Apitherapy & Dizziness

    I don't know about using apitherapy for dizziness, rtoney. You might try the American Apitherapy Society. Someone there might be able to give you some information.
    Susan
  16. Re: Registration is open for EAS VT

    Greg and I will be there.
    Susan
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    Re: keeping bees alive in a jar

    Absolutely, Michael - tried and true. That's the way we do it.
    Susan
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    All Day Apitherapy!

    EAS is hosting an apitherapy session all day on Thursday, July 28, 2011, at the Crowne Plaza, Warwick, RI. For more information go to Eastern Apicultural Society's website.
    Susan
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    Re: Awfull quiet in this forum

    We'll be there.
    Susan
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    Re: steroids and BVT

    Mountainfairy,
    Your questions about your inhaler/corticosteriods are best addressed by your physician or pharmacist. No one else is qualified to answer these questions. I would take the MD or...
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    Re: Osteo or Rheumatoid?

    Pat Wagner's book is very helpful. I also like Amber Rose's book "Bee in Balance." It has pages and pages with diagrams of sting sites.
    Susan
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    Re: Honey and burns

    There's that, the major lobbying pharmaceutical companies pay for and the lack of profit from promoting natural treatments. :p

    Susan
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    Re: venom therapy questions

    I have been using BVT for a neck and shoulder problem. There are eight locations I sting on the advice of an apitherapist/accupuncturist. The first one is at the base of the skull on the affected...
  24. Re: Bee Stings for treating Migraines

    Actually, anyone who has suffered severe anaphylactic shock faces the possibility of a quicker, stronger reaction with the next sting exposure. Anaphylaxis is nothing to play with.
    Susan
  25. Re: Bee Stings for treating Migraines

    Sorry for the long delay in answer! I don't know if it would help at all. I have used both for allergies and cold symptoms and both bee pollen and propolis open up my head. I thought it was worth a...
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