Re: Experience with MS
For about fifteen years I had plantars warts on the bottom of one of my feet. Every couple of years they would get bad enough that I’d have to have them surgically removed. I had allowed them to get especially bad and was delaying removal as I knew it would keep me off my feet for a couple of weeks. At about this time I began beekeeping. After a few months of active beekeeping, it dawned on me one morning that my foot wasn’t bothering me. I sat on the edge of a bed and took a look….and they were totally gone! It was one of the most amazing surprises I’d ever had. I was unaware of bvt, so it couldn’t have been psychosomatic. The next time I went to my dermatologist, I told him about it. He said that there were people with ms who seemed to get some benefit from bee venom and ms was an autoimmune illness as are plantars warts. I’ve kept bees for over a decade since and the warts have not returned.
Let me never fall into the vulgar mistake of dreaming that I am persecuted whenever I am contradicted. - Emerson