If we know somebody who has being stung by a bee (they are usually wasps) or it has stung to some of us, we will identify sting with tremendous pain that in some cases we will try to calm it with mud and, in other cases, with medication.


Instantly we won't think anything else than in taking off the pain. But those who spend lot of time with bees (in my case more than 20 years) have been able to observe how, in many circumstances, to be stung means the disappearance of other nuisances, sometimes serious. It is known that among beekeepers it is hardly to find rheumatism, sciatica, or lumbago.


During years I have observed the relationship between the bee stings and the acupuncture points that match with the " problem " or energy imbalance of the moment.


The bees know where they have to sting. And they know it, because where an energy imbalance emerge there is an " aggression " than the bees can perceive and produce an identical rebalance as acupuncture does, with the added benefit of the bee venom.


Down here we can observe two Kirlian pictures. This is  the energy bees can see. At left is a picture of a finger. At right a picture of a nipple.



The components of the bee venom, fundamentally melittin, seem to have medical properties that heal rheumatism, sciatica, arthrosis, lumbago, psoriasis and arterial hypertension.


It has been also recently discovered the relationship among the endorphins that the body segregates and the so-called "spontaneous" cures. The pain produced by the sting makes endorphins help to cure. The venom continues the work simultaneously with other healing elements that are in the sanguine stream. Besides, if the person knows the mechanism through which the illness has taken place, then the re-establishment is "miraculous".


In addition to that, if the stings are carried out in the apiary, you power up all the above-mentioned. The atmosphere, usually healthy, of the place, the essences of the plants, the pheromonas that come from the bees, the scent to honey that leaves the beehive and the same situation of being in another world, due to the potential danger and the observation of how they act, make that the cure mechanism of the body starts to operate. The sting, then, becomes the leading ingredient of the cure, but not the only one.


To be stung, even without being sick, is something healthy in itself. Don't doubt to do it, sting yourself with the bees. They give their life for you and, if you don't need it, don't worry, they won't sting you although you insist on it. They are not willing to die for anything. But try not to bother them, because, for sure, they will defend. Be wise in your relationship with them and try to go with somebody experienced.


And if you like it, be a beekeeper. The human being survival depends on them. The bees have an essential role in the pollination, the multiplication of the floral species and the development of the cultivation. Without pollen there is not fruit, without bees there is not pollination.


According to Einstein: "If the bee disappeared of the surface of the globe, the man would only have four years of life left. Without bees, there are not pollination, grass, animals, or men..." At the moment, due to an acarus called varroa, there are no longer wild beehives. The beekeepers pollinate, with the bees, the species of the nature and the human cultivation’s.


To be beekeeper is to contribute to the human being survival.


Pedro Pérez Gómez
Bee keeper - Apitherapist

(Madrid - Spain)

Applications of bees in rheumatism, arthrosis, etc.

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