Post by Lynn Flaming on Apr 8, 2015 19:41:01 GMT -7
I love bees. Thank you for keeping them.
In January I spoke with a queen bee breeder in Hawaii who invited me to use Bee Sting Therapy for a painful form of arthritis. He had arthritis in his hands and shoulder. He notices that his bees started stinging him, but only on his hands and one shoulder. The places where he had pain. He has not had any pain or inflammation for almost 10 years!
Coincidentally, yesterday, my doctor strongly recommended that I try bee venom therapy. We've tried so many other things. I'd prefer to do it naturally...directly with bees.
Would you consider allowing me to go to your hives? I'd be happy to accompany you on your routine visit and assist.
Thank you for your consideration.
Lynn Flaming 808/753-4752 (text or voice) Salem, OR
My brother in law is a Chiropractor/beekeeper and swears by bee venom therapy for his arthritic knee. He "corrals" them to the right location; I've never heard of bees "knowing" the right therapeutic location on a person! Only in Hawaii I guess.
This is something that should be done under medical care with a provider present. Bee stings don't bother some people at all. Others swell. Some die if not rapidly cared for. Anyone could have any of these reactions although risk to most is very low.
You may have luck finding provider who has a bee resource and will provide this service.