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Apitherapy is a remedy that uses beehives and bee merchandise, including honey, propolis and royal jelly to bolster the immune device and health. The Ancient Egyptians have been the primary ones to apply apitherapy in their day-by-day lives.


The apiary is in particular designed for apitherapeutic procedures. Suitable for youngsters and adolescents and adults and the elderly, it's also useful for athletes and people who face excessive psychophysical challenges.

Beehive Air 

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Inhaling the air from beehives

Inhaling the air from beehives has tremendous consequences on psychophysical wellbeing. Spending some hours in an apiary breathing in the aerosol (air full of etheric smells of bees), at the side of the tremendous lively charge, boosts the immune device, definitely impacts the respiration organs, reduces pressure and improves wellknown wellbeing.

Apitherapy is carried out for the nice and cozy months, from April till September, relying on the weather. It is carried out solely on warm, sunny days while the bees acquire nectar. Inhaling the etheric materials has a useful impact on the respiration organs and allows for asthma, continual bronchitis, allergic rhinitis and terrible lungs. It additionally boosts the immune device and allows for exceptional allergies, continual throat infections, migraines, insomnia, emotional disorders, depression, rheumatism, returned aches and stroke recuperation.

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