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.
Join us for the 22nd annual
Charles Mraz Apitherapy
Course and Conference (CMACC)
October 26-28, 2018
The Hotel Providence, 139 Mathewson Street
Providence, Rhode Island 02903
Preliminary Program and Presenter Profiles coming soon!

Be an Early Bee!
Register by Saturday Sept 15, 2018 for the 
Early Bee Discount
Medical doctors, a spectrum of Holistic Health Practitioners, Veterinarians, Researchers, Backyard Beekeepers, and members of the general public interested in self-reliant health care will convene from all over the United States and the world to learn about Apitherapy. This ancient healing modality refers to the therapeutic use of products from the beehive: Honey, pollen, royal jelly, propolis, bees wax, and bee venom therapy.
Attendees will receive basic and advanced training in...

Back by popular demand!
 Intensive hands on workshop sessions where participants will obtain two full days of exciting practical experience supported by introductory classroom presentations.
American Apitherapy Society News
Join AAS President Frederique Keller, L.Ac.
at the North Carolina State Beekeepers Association’s Summer Meeting at
180 W Campus Dr, Flat Rock, NC 28731
July 19-21, 2018
Bee Venom Therapy for Fertility
Happy Fertile Friday everyone!! Ok, so today you might start thinking that I’ve completely lost my mind. I actually feel a bit vulnerable posting about this, since it’s definitely left field (and my family will read it and then they’ll know – I only told my husband two days ago!), but I find it intriguing and fascinating, so I might as well share. It’s bee venom therapy. Read More...
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
The content of this newsletter does not necessarily reflect the opinions and views of The American Apitherapy Society, it is solely for informational and educational purposes.