Missouri Woman says Bee Venom Therapy Helped Treat MS

Apitherapy News  June 1, 2012

A Woman on the Move, A Woman of Courage

One of the first things Farrell learned about MS is that it doesn’t typically affect the longevity of your life, but it will affect your quality.With no traditional treatment known for her form of MS, Farrell turned to alternative treatments, including bee venom injections or “stings,” which she did from 1997 to 2009.

“I had 15 stings every other day,” said Farrell. “It was very painful.”She had heard of the treatment on an episode of the TV show “Unsolved Mysteries.” Read more...

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