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German Apitherapy Conference to Focus on Wound Treatment

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    German Apitherapy Conference to Focus on Wound Treatment (February 15, 2007) - The 5th annual German Apitherapy and Apipuncture Congress, Expo and Workshop
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 15, 2007
      German Apitherapy Conference to Focus on Wound Treatment

      (February 15, 2007) - The 5th annual German Apitherapy and Apipuncture Congress, Expo and Workshop will take place March 23-27 in Passau, Germany. This year's conference focuses on the use of honey and other bee products in the treatment of wounds.

      The five-day event features workshops on topics such as "Wounds - Introduction in the Etiology (Causes), Diagnostic, Allopathic Treatment and Prevention," "Prophilaxy Through Apitherapy and Other Related Healing Methods," "Wound Healing Methods Through Apitherapy and Apipuncture," and "Apitherapy and Its Related Methods in the Treatment of Human and Animal Diseases."

      There will also be practical demonstrations of the use of bee products in the treatment of wounds. The official languages of the conference are German and English.

      Conference participants will have the option of registering for a two-day "Practical Intensive Apitherapy and Apipuncture Course and Workshop." The theme of this year's intensive course is "Practical Applications of Apitherapy in the Prevention and Treatment of Human and Animal Diseases."

      Api-Expo 2007, held in conjunction with the conference, features Apitherapy-related companies from Europe and around the world.

      Apitherapy is the use of bee hive products such as bee venom, bee-collected pollen, royal jelly, propolis, beeswax, and honey to maintain good health and in the treatment of a variety of medical conditions. Propolis is a resinous substance collected by bees from plants and trees and is used to coat the inside of the bee hive and the honeycomb cells with an antiseptic layer. Royal jelly is a substance produced by young worker bees and fed to queens.

      March 30, 2007, will mark the 2nd annual celebration of "World Apitherapy Day," an event designed to enhance international understanding of the therapeutic use and health benefits of bee products.

      April 26-29, 2007, the annual Charles Mraz Apitherapy Course and Conference will be held in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.

      For more Apitherapy-related news, visit: www.apitherapynews.com

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      CONTACT: Dr. Stefan Stangaciu, E-Mail: DrStangaciu@... or drstangaciu@... ( www.Apitherapie.de )

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