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E-Mail Newsletter
August 2014
 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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How Raw Honey Helped Save My Diabetic
Dad's Foot

I generally try to avoid sensationalist posts with the words "amazing!" and "miracle treatment!" in them; however, this post is going to talk about a (for real) amazing miracle treatment that helped save my diabetic dad's foot!

What is bee brood? What is Apilarnil? Do we eat bees? Yes. Can you picture a skewer full of bees on a barbecue? No,
not like that. Though, some natives in Africa do this.

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A very special thank you to Richard Blohm and his students from the advanced beekeepers class, BJ Fredericks, Michael Woltman, and Leigh Baldwin for their donations to AAS in honor of Craig Byer, former AAS Board member who lost his life tragically in early June.

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