The boom of natural therapies does not seem to stop and everyday traditions and customs that date back to ancient times are reborn.
On this occasion, we present you our collection of free apitherapy books, so that you have one more option to study natural medicine.
Apitherapy is a natural therapy where people make use of various elements and products derived from the activities of bees, especially the venom they expel when they sting people. This poison is called apitoxin and is stored in the sting of the bee.
Find out much more about this type of alternative therapy by taking a look at our more than 20 materials including apitherapy books and articles in PDF format, free to access and download to your electronic devices.
Review on Bee Products as Potential Protective and Therapeutic Agents in Male Reproductive Impairment
Joseph Bagi Suleiman, Ainul Bahiyah Abu Bakar and Mahaneem Mohamed
An overview about apitherapy and its clinical applications
Wilson Antonio Weis, Nicolas Ripari and others
Apitherapy as an Alternative medicine - Article review
Reem Ahmed Faqehy and Enas Abdel-Hay Taha
Bee Venom - Overview of Main Compounds and Bioactivities for Therapeutic Interests
Rim Wehbe and others
Overview of Apitherapy Products - Anti-Cancer Effects of Bee Venom Used In Apitherapy
Fatma Sengul and Husamenttin Vatansev
Apitherapy - A New Approach For Honey And Hive Products (Presentation)
Dr. Cristina Mateescu
Articles on Bee Products Used in Apitherapy
Within apitherapy, various bee products are used, the most common being royal jelly, pollen, propolis, and bee venom.
Royal jelly is attributed to antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and regenerative properties. Pollen contains a large number of nutrients that strengthen the immune system. Propolis has recognized antiseptic, healing, and soothing virtues thanks to its phenolic properties.
On the other hand, bee venom is used in apitherapy to treat various health problems such as rheumatoid arthritis, neuralgia, and herpes. Learn more with the following free articlesabout bee products used in apitherapy.
Apitherapy for Age-Related Skeletal Muscle Dysfunction (Sarcopenia)
Amira Mohammed Ali and Hiroshi Kunugi
Revolutionizing the Use of Honeybee Products in Healthcar
Arka Sanyal, Anushikha Ghosh, Chandrashish Roy, Ishanee Mazumder and Pasquale Marrazzo
Health Promoting Properties of Bee Royal Jelly - Food of the Queens
Nicolas Collazo, Maria Carpena and others
Current Status of the Bioactive Properties of Royal Jelly - A Comprehensive Review with a Focus on Its Anticancer, Anti-Inflammatory, and Antioxidant Effects
Sara Botezan and others
Apitherapy - the medical use of bee products
Przemyslaw Szabat, Julita Poleszak and others
Pollen and bee bread as new health-oriented products - A review
Marek Kieliszek, Kamil Piwowarek and others
Recent Studies in the Use of Propolis as a Traditional Medicine - A Review (Article)
Z. Gulsah Karabas Kilic and others
Articles on the Benefits and Applications of Apitherapy
Among the main benefits of apitherapy are its anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and healing effects. Bee products are rich sources of nutrients and bioactive compounds that strengthen the immune system.
They are commonly prescribed in the form of ointments, salves, capsules, or injections to treat joint problems, ulcers, burns, and skin infections or relieve the symptoms of arthritis and osteoarthritis.
Apitherapy is also used in the complementary treatment of other ailments such as asthma, hypertension, diabetes, or stress. Enjoy more information with the following free articles on the benefits and applications of apitherapy.
Potential Therapeutic Applications of Bee Venom on Skin Disease and Its Mechanisms - A Literature Review
Haejoong Kim and others
A review on health benefits and biological action of honey, propolis and royal jelly
Prem Jose Vazhacharickal
Efficacy of Bee Venom Acupuncture for Chronic Low Back Pain - A Randomized, Double-Blinded, Sham-Controlled Trial
Byung-Kwan Seo and others
Therapeutic Effects of Bee Venom on Immunological and Neurological Diseases (Article)
Deok-Sang Hwang, Sun Kwang Kim, and Hyunsu Bae
Therapeutic effect of some honeybee products on alleviating symptoms of osteoarthritis in male albino rats (Article)
Khalafalla Saber Ahmed and others
Bee venom acupuncture for rheumatoid arthritis - a systematic review of randomised clinical trials (Article)
Ju Ah Lee and others
Articles on Safety Considerations and Contraindications of Apitherapy
Like other alternative therapies, apitherapy may involve certain safety considerations if not applied correctly. For this reason, it is always advisable to receive this type of treatment by specialized professionals.
Some people may have allergies or adverse reactions to certain bee products such as royal jelly, pollen, or venom.
Before starting an apitherapy treatment, it is important to perform skin tests to rule out any type of hypersensitivity. Enjoy the following free articles on safety considerations and contraindications of apitherapy.
Risk Associated with Bee Venom Therapy - A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Jeong Hwan Park and others
Clinical Effectiveness and Adverse Events of Bee Venom Therapy - A Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials
Soobin Jang and Kyeong Han Kim
Beekeeping and apitherapy are two closely related disciplines. Beekeeping is responsible for the cultivation of bees and for obtaining the valuable products of the hive in a sustainable and environmentally friendly way.
Thanks to beekeeping, it is possible to obtain the basic ingredients necessary for apitherapy treatments.
Both disciplines feed off each other and are essential for the conservation of honey bees, an indispensable insect in natural ecosystems and agriculture. If this is a subject of your interest, we invite you to visit our complete section of free beekeeping books.
Here ends our selection of free Apitherapy books in PDF format. We hope you liked it and already have your next book!
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