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The use of products derived from bees as medicine, including venom, honey, pollen, and royal jelly.
- ‘Our study, using apitherapy from worker bee venom, showed far better results than traditional acupuncture and electroacupuncture treatments employed by Hwang and Jenkins.’
- ‘I also discovered a new term - apitherapy, which includes bee-sting therapy.’
- ‘The result suggested that apitherapy using worker honeybee is an effective treatment for sows with oligogalactic syndrome postpartum.’
- ‘In summary, apitherapy was conformed to have therapeutic value in sows with oligogalactic syndrome postpartum.’
- ‘The use of honey and other bee related products is collectively known as apitherapy.’
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