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Medical Uses for Bee Venom Therapy

Multiple Sclerosis, SHINGLES, PSORIASIS, GOUT, CARPEL TUNNEL and WARTS

Charles Mraz, a well know beekeeper and Apitherapist has been treating various ailments and disease using bee sting therapy for the past 60 years (Before his death in 1999). In the past decade he had also treated patients with multiple sclerosis. A patient named Pat Wagner was diagnosed in 1970 with multiple sclerosis. Throughout the years she tried different kinds of medications and was hospitalized several times. In February of 1992, she was informed by her doctor that the medications were no longer effective in improving her condition. She had no hope in ever getting out of a wheelchair. Soon after, as a last resort she started using bee sting therapy and IT WORKED!

Now she treats other MS patients with bee stings in her home.

We know from reports that more than 3000 MS patients have partly or fully recovered after receiving bee venom therapy.

Bee Venom Therapy has also been successfully used in the treatment of SHINGLES, PSORIASIS, GOUT, CARPEL TUNNEL and WARTS.

Bee Venom Drops have also been used to help with GLAUCOMA, ELEVATED EYE PRESSURE, MACULAR DEGENERATION, AND SINUS RELIEF.

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