Web Pages
Products that combine honey, pollen, propolis and beetroot syrup.
Bee Venom Therapy Journal
One man's experience with multiple sclerosis and bee venom therapy.A day by day account of his journey to wellness.
Apitherapy Reference Data Base
Documented reference material for advancing the investigation of apitherapy.
Apis Rossi
Brazilian propolis from Sao Paulo extracted with food grade alcohol and diluted to release its essential natural proprieties.
Bee-Rich - Bee Pollen and Bee Propolis Products
Pollen products to provide the benefits of bee pollen and increased health.
What Is Apitherapy?
Apitherapy is the use of products from the bee to promote health and healing. The bee usually used is apis mellifera, or honey bee. The products that are involved are honey, royal jelly, pollen, propolis, beeswax and bee venom.
Honey Bee Science Research Center
Tamagawa University, Japan, research on propolis.
Active Manuka Honey
Information about Active Manuka Honey for medical use in the treatment of leg ulcers, skin infections and digestive problems.
Corigem Propolis
Skincare products from a Brazilian firm.
Apitronics Services
Bee venom therapy supplies.
Comvita New Zealand Ltd
A manufacturer of bee pollen related products.
Dancing Bee Acres
Bee venom therapy supplies, videos, books, training, bee hotels, and bees (Oregon).
Beelief Apitherapy
Information about apitherapy, the medicinal use of honey bee products to help with many illnesses, including eczema, asthma, and rheumatism.
MediComm - ApiTherapy
Explanation of apitherapy, how it works, and health benefits.
BeeHoo Apitherapy
A directory of apitherapy websites.
Apitherapy (Bee Products)
British Register for Alternative Practice, the BRAP, guide to complementary health and alternative practice, for information on apitherapy, bee products, therapists and practitioners.
Public forums for those wanting to talk and ask questions about the use of beeswax, royal jelly, pollen, honey, propolis, and bee keeping.
Apitherapy Works
History and uses of royal jelly. Description of honey, pollens, beeswax, and venom.
General Information about Apitherapy
Explains collection and uses of bee venom in questions and answers format.

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