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.
Early Bee Discount Extended!
Register by October 15, 2017
for the Early Bee discount for CMACC 2017
Don't Miss Out on this Great Event!
Join us for the 21st annual Charles Mraz
Apitherapy Course and Conference
Theory in Practice, A Hands on Approach
November 10-12, 2017
Redondo Beach Hotel, Redondo Beach, CA
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...
NEW for the very first time!
Intensive hands on workshop sessions where participants will obtain two full days of exciting practical experience supported by introductory classroom presentations.  
With Amazing Guest Speakers!
Ronald A. Sherman, MD and Board Chair of the
BTER Foundation , Lawrence R. Canfield, MD
Jad Dawson, DAOM, L.Ac., Tamara Potselueva, ND
Amelia Moody, LMT, Joyce Roetter, Certified HoShin
(Ryoho) and Reiki Practitioner, and Haniyeh Sobhheidary
Participate in our 50/50 Raffle at CMACC 2017!
You do not need to attend the conference to win 50 percent of raffle proceeds in addition to a beehive health and beauty basket filled with high quality apitherapy products. Raffle ticket purchase is available on our website CMACC registration page under the "Reception/Raffle tickets" tab in the drop down menu on the registration page. Buy Raffle Tickets
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Breast cancer treatment can have devastating effects on quality of life, but recently two bee products have been found to significantly reduce some of their most common adverse effects. 

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. ´╗┐