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Hiding in Plain Sight- Treatments for Parkinsons, Arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, Diabetes and Cancer

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Australian Apitherapy Association   

12 June, 2024

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Hiding in Plain Sight- Treatments for Parkinson's, Arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, Diabetes and Cancer

Possibly it's because bee products are so ancient, and so familiar to us, that we regard them as innocuous, but they are effectively hiding from us in plain sight while we continue to search for new and newer methods to treat diseases Western medicine regards as untreatable.

Research presented at the Asian Apiarists Association Conference in Perth today reveals that impressive research is happening in many countries that have included Apitherapy, bee medicine- in their national medical systems.

For example,  Professor Igor Krivopalov-Mosckvin, heading up the Russian Apitherapy Institute presents an impressive study of how 1600 Russian subjects had their Parkinson’s Disease symptoms reversed.

The International Apitherapy forum is being hosted as part of the 17th Asian Apiarists Association conference in Perth, Western Australia on June 12, 2024.

Other speakers also discussed how Apitherapy is used in many countries to tackle difficult to treat illnesses that western medicine struggles to manage.

This conference is a wonderful opportunity for Australians to hear about how Apitherapy is widely adopted in the medical systems of around 80 countries, though in Australia we hardly know about it,” said the President of the Australian Apitherapy Association, Dr Bridget Goodwin.”

Ïf you or someone in your family had Parkinson’s Disease, you would really want to know more about how this is being treated by Apitherapy in Russia, and how cancer, arthritis and multiple sclerosis are being treated using Apitherapy as part of the mainstream medical systems of China, Hungary, Romania, and Taiwan.”

Dr Goodwin will be speaking about the introduction of Apitherapy to Australia through the Australian Apitherapy Association and how international collaboration is helping Australians learn more about how these powerful medical treatments are being conducted around the world.

For more information contact Dr Bridget Goodwin 0477 509 247


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