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November 2013

 is the medicinal use of honeybee products.
This includes
honey, propolis,
royal jelly, pollen,
and bee venom.

Founded in 1989,
the AAS is a
community of people
interested in this
natural, holistic practice.

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The Hawai'i Honey Festival   
The Big Island Beekeepers Association  

Nani Mau Gardens
November 23, 2013 
from 1100 AM - 500 PM 
with special guest speaker 
  AAS Board Member
Kate McWiggins
            Presenting Apitherapy

Why That Bee Sting Might Be Good for You

Allergy sufferers, rejoice. Two new studies suggest that your sneezing and wheezing may actually protect you. Researchers report that mice that develop an allergic response to the venom in honey bee stings are more likely to survive potentially lethal doses of the same venom later on.

Apitherapy News
The AAS thanks all those of you who participated in our Flower Power Fundraiser, we appreciate your commitment and dedication to our cause. Please send us pictures of your flowers and bees in the Spring so that we can share them and inspire others to participate in the future. We also thank all of you who attended the Apitherapy Conference in Surrey, BC, Canada It was a great success and be sure to check out the Honeybee Centre at www.honeybeecentre.com or sign up for the Buzz Newsletter to stay in the loop for future news and events. 
Contact the American Apitherapy Society 
To obtain information or inquire about membership with AAS visit our website at 
www.apitherapy.org or email the office at aasoffice@apitherapy.org  
Phone 631-470-9446