apitherapy


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apitherapy

(ˌeɪpɪˈθɛrəpɪ)
n
(Complementary Medicine) the medicinal use of honey or other bee products
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For professionals and novice beekeepers at the festival sites, their achievements in the processing of bee products and apitherapy were presented by the staff of the Ryazan Institute of Apiculture and the Russian State Agrarian University.
The code published in the official gazette specified the standards of acupuncture, apitherapy, phytotherapy, hypnosis, application of leeches, homeopathy, chiropractic, cupping, application of larvae, mesotherapy, prolotherapy, osteopathy, ozone therapy, reflexology, and music therapy (3).
Our study 6% (3/54) allergy subjects were iatrogenic exposure, indicating cautious consideration of apitherapy.
The company is a pioneer in the application of apitherapy to skin care.
It's a thousands-of-years-old treatment called apitherapy.
The 43-year-old actress said she went through the process, called apitherapy, to sooth ailments.
This bouquet of beneficial nutrients is to be used not only as food for humans, but is widely used in medicine and tourism through apitherapy in the spa, spa and wellness tourism.
Effect of apitherapy formulations against carbon tetrachloride-induced toxicity in Wistar rats after three weeks of treatment.
Aerosolized propolis is a welcome addition to apitherapy that I detailed in my June 2014 Townsend Letter column.
London, February 2 ( ANI ): Gwyneth Paltrow has admitted that the "craziest'' beauty treatment she ever had was apitherapy or bee stings therapy.
Biologically Based Therapies: Herbal therapies, macrobiotic and other special diets, megavitamin or orthomolecular therapy, procaine, EDTA and chelating compounds, shark cartilage, aromatherapy, apitherapy and other specific biological treatments such as immunoaugmentive therapy, antineoplastins and Coley's toxin for cancer.