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Everything that is produced by a truly wonderful creation of the Creator – a bee – is used by physicians and cosmetologists for the beauty and health of humans, and by veterinarians for the treatment of animals.

Treatment with medicinal products of bees – apitherapy – came to the modern world from antiquity and rapidly gained momentum.

Genetic programs in honey, wax, propolis, pollen, royal jelly and bee venom effectively restore all systems of the human body, including internal organs, skeletal system and skin, provided that there is no allergy.

In medicine, apitherapy is used to treat diseases in the following areas:
• neurology, cardiology and endocrinology;
• rheumatology, surgery;
• gynecology and urology;
• dermatology and infectious diseases;
• otolaryngology and eye diseases;
• traditional medicine.

The most curative folk medicine considers flower honey: monofloral (from the nectar of one plant species) and polypheric (from the nectar of several plant species). In honeydew honey of a darker color, there is less aroma, but more minerals in relation to the flower one. Due to the unpleasant taste of some varieties of honeydew honey, it was considered of little value and was not studied. Now new medicinal properties are being found in it.

Of polyfloral honey, buckwheat, acacia, lime, chestnut, and mint honey are considered the best varieties. Dark honey contains more minerals. Honey has antimicrobial, sedative, diaphoretic properties. Propolis is used as a pronounced bactericidal, antitoxic, anti-inflammatory, analgesic and immunostimulating action.

Pollen and bee bread has a diuretic, hematopoietic and tonic effect, destroys stones. Royal jelly is an excellent antiseptic and biological stimulant to normalize metabolic processes. Many diseases are treated with bee venom, especially joints, bronchial asthma, hypertension, migraines, wounds and ulcers.

As a preventive measure, it is useful to drink every morning on an empty stomach with boiled water (1 cup – 80-90˚С) a mixture of pollen and honey in a teaspoon with the addition of propolis on alcohol (70%) drop by drop (count the drops by the number of years).