Curative Properties of Honey and Bee Venom

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The Minerva Group, Inc., Jun 1, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 200 pages
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For centuries honey has been regarded as a wonderful gift of nature in which the properties of an excellent food, beneficial alike to adults and children, are combined with medicinal properties. Ancient Russian manuscripts attached great importance to honey as a medicine. Popular medicine has successfully used it for many diseases from time immemorial. The results of experiments and observations made by the medical science in recent decades have proved that honey is an important medicine possessing many-sided therapeutic properties.Honey is very effective in the treatment of some pathological conditions of the intestinal tract, the respiratory organs, the heart, and the nerves.The knowledge that bee venom possesses medicinal properties has come down to us from remote antiquity. Written evidence, as well as the observations of many beekeepers and our own long experience, confirm the effectiveness of been venom in the treatment of rheumatic fever, neuritis and some other diseases.Honey and bee venom treatment must be carried on under the supervision of a physician and can be made a component part in a complex of curative measures for many diseases.
 

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Contents

FOREWORD
7
How Bees Produce Honey
23
Kinds of Honey
29
Training Bees to Obtain Honeys of Uniform Composition
44
Honeya Potentially Alkaline Food
50
Honey as a Disinfectant Antibacterial Properties of Honey
56
Storage of Honey
62
Honeyan Important Curative Agent of Popular Medicine
69
Producing Honey in Winter
127
Sanitation and Hygiene at the Apiary
142
Treating Various Diseases with Bee Venom
150
Methods of BeeVenom Therapy
156
First Aid in BeeVenom Poisoning
164
Bee Venom in Homoeopathic Medicine
170
Pollen
178
Apiaries in School Gardens
186

Honey Diet and the Problem of Longevity
94
Honey in Combination with Medicinal Plants
104
Chapter III
112
Medicinal Apiaries
193
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