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Sensory System

A sensory system as part of the nervous system consists of sensory receptors that receive stimuli from the inner and external environment, neural pathways that conduct this information to the brain and elements of the brain that processes this information.

 

The data is termed sensory information and should or might not cause awareness. If it does, it is often called sensation.

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Sebaceous
Glands

Sebaceous glands, when with problems, can be treated with honey, propolis, royal jelly, applied locally but also taken internally.

If there is an infection, the best bee product is propolis.

In case of lack of tonus, or energy, best is honey. If the skin need regeneration, use royal jelly mixed in honey (e.g. 1 to 9).

A very good method to “unload” the sebaceous glands is the already famous “Honey Detox Massage”.

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Skin Receptors

The skin receptors are specialized cells having the same basic needs like any other cell: protection, oxygen, cellular division, hygiene, micro-anabolism, regeneration, communication and coordination with the other cells, energy, etc.

To help the structure and functioning of the skin receptors we can use all main beehive products: honey (for energy), propolis (for protection), royal jelly (micro-cleansing at organites level + regeneration), bee pollen (regeneration), bee venom (energy, communication, coordination, blood flow).

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