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November 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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The Use of Honey for Cellulite
Cellulite is a typical issue among women. While it is not a critical health situation, it can make you feel insecure and ugly. Honey massages have long been a well-liked home treatment to lessen unsightly cellulite, read more...


View a Honey Massage Video
 With Dr. Stefan Stangaciu practiced by the German and International participants at the Apitherapy Workshop in Passau, Germany March 25., 2013. Click Here for video.
Alton Brown's Honey Cranberry Sauce
Alton Brown is my favorite Celebrity Chef, and this is his recipe for Honey Cranberry Sauce. He likes to mold sauce in a can, complete with ridges...read more.

Honeybees are Allies in Fight Against MRSA
Swedish researchers recently discovered 13 unique lactic acid bacteria in fresh honey and in the honey-producing organs of bees that are strongly active against several virulent human pathogens, including Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) Read More...

American Apitherapy Society News
The AAS is very proud to announce its newest board member
Dr. Patrick M. Fratellone, MD RH (AHG) FIM FACC. Patrick has been a member of AAS since 2011 and recently attended the Charles Mraz Apitherapy Course and Conference in Chicago in May 2014 peaking his interest in Apitherapy. Dr. Patrick Fratellone is very unique in his practice being one of the few MD's in the US who is also a Registered Herbalist. Read More...

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