The results of our study show that more than half of the nurses and technicians themselves use the methods of local traditional medicine and apitherapy
(56.6% vs 54.2%), then homeopathy (19.3%), phytotherapy (43.4%), yoga (37.5%), constellation work (21.7%) and aromatherapy (36.1%).
has been thought to be useful in neurodegenerative diseases due to its neuroprotective effects in a recent study, it has been stated that apitherapy
is a neuropsychological approach and that new studies have to be conducted in order to understand the mechanism of action (21).
is the use of substances from honeybees (eg, honey, propolis, royal jelly, or even venom), to relieve various medical conditions.
: usage and experience in German beekeepers," Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, vol.
: holistic healing through the honeybee and bee products in countries with poor healthcare system," in Beekeeping for Poverty Alleviation and Livelihood Security, pp.
Our study 6% (3/54) allergy subjects were iatrogenic exposure, indicating cautious consideration of apitherapy
Another marvelous health service of bees is "Apitherapy
or bee sting therapy" by which bee venom is used in the treatment of some conditions like multiple sclerosis, arthritis, wounds, pain, gout, shingles, burns, tendonitis, and infections.
The company is a pioneer in the application of apitherapy
to skin care.
It's a thousands-of-years-oldtreatment called apitherapy
. "People use it to get rid of inflammation and scarring.
It's a 1,000 of years old treatment called apitherapy
" Gwyneth Paltrow suffers in the name of beauty.
The 43-year-old actress said she went through the process, called apitherapy
, to sooth ailments.