Apitherapy is the medicinal use of honeybee products. This includes honey, propolis, royal jelly, pollen, beeswax, and bee venom. Founded in 1989, the AAS is a community of individuals interested in this natural, holistic practice.
American Apitherapy Society News
Exciting News!
The AAS is proud to announce and welcome our new President
Chris Kleronomos , FNP-BC, (DAAPM), DAOM-L.Ac. RH (AHG), MSc., (ABAAHP) Masters in Nursing, Family Practice Nurse Practitioner, Board Diplomate in Pain Management, Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Licensed Acupuncturist and Professionally Registered Herbalist, Masters of Science in Clinical Nutrition and Functional Medicine. Chris has been an AAS board member for 12+ years and is highly experienced and qualified, bringing exciting plans and projects to lead the AAS and Apitherapy into the future. Read more about Chris here...
Biotherapy Conference
Bees, Leeches, and Maggots, Oh My!
November 9-10, 2019 | NUNM Campus

Biotherapy is the clinical application of live organisms for health. It encompasses a wide range of therapies to include Maggot debridement, Phage therapy, Bee venom, and even service animals.   Read More...
AAS is on AmazonSmile!
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Honey as an ANTIBIOTIC It’s the little things that count, it seems!

Honey is widely accepted as a source of natural antioxidants, with applications for food preservation and human health.
Apimondia in Montréal September 8-12, 2019
Québec, Canada
Contact the American Apitherapy Society to obtain information or inquire about membership with AAS. Visit our website at www.apitherapy.org or email the AAS office at aasoffice@apitherapy.org
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