WIFI and the Honey Bee

Dr. Weeks” Comment: I have relied on the humble, hard working, exemplary honeybee for 31 years to provide venom for clinical application to people suffering from chronic, degenerative illnesses. This journey with apitherapy began with my meeting and then studying with Charles Mraz, master apitherapist in Middlebury, Vermont. Charlie taught me all about these perfectly adorable and admirable ladies, apis melliferae,  and thousands of patients over the past 31 years since I founded the American Apitherapy Society have sung their praises.  And now with colony collapse syndrome which is in part amplified by WIFI and electrical pollution, the honey bee who pollinates over 80% of the land-based food we human eat, is being threatened. Who will help the honeybee?  And what ails her?  Well it turns out that the same thing that is giving cancer to school kids, is killing the honey bee: electrical pollution and WIFI.

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Dr. Weeks” Comment: I have relied on the humble, hard working, exemplary honeybee for 31 years to provide venom for clinical application to people suffering from chronic, degenerative illnesses. This journey with apitherapy began with my meeting and then studying with Charles Mraz, master apitherapist in Middlebury, Vermont. Charlie taught me all about these perfectly…
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