Could Bee String Therapy Play a Role in Treating HIV, Cancer, Paralysis, Hypothyroidism, & More?
- Published on: 05 August, 2014
- Last update: 10 August, 2017
If you read my recent post on how your morning cup of coffee could soon become obsolete, you may already know that bees are dying by the millions because of Monsanto’s toxic pesticides and GMO crops. What you may not know, however, is that bees are a crucial piece of the puzzle in terms of nature’s cures. In fact, a new study has shown that bee venom can kill the HIV virus. Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine have demonstrated that a toxin called melittin found in bee venom can destroy HIV by poking holes in its surrounding envelope. Melittin is a powerful anti-inflammatory substance 100 times more potent than hydrocortisone. It activates the body’s adrenal glands, stimulating NATURAL healing processes.
Filipino farm owner Joel Magsaysay (pictured above) operates a clinic where he uses Bee Sting Therapy (BST) to treat hypothyroidism, paralysis & cancer. He says the bees’ venom allows the human body to activate nerves and heal itself. This is his way of giving thanks to God for healing him after a stroke that left his right side paralyzed in 2004.
“I couldn’t talk or walk. I don’t know how I know what I know, but I’ve been doing it for a long time,” he said. “I’ve studied the components of venom, how they affect your adrenals, how they induce your body to produce cortisones… The autoimmune system was designed so that the body can heal itself. The only problem is it’s suppressed because of all the junk we put into our body. Everyone must detox so that the immune system becomes responsive. The less toxins there are in your body, the stronger your immune system.”
Perfecto Acebuque, 86 (also in the photo above) has been wheelchair-bound since his stroke years ago. Acebuque paid a visit to Joel’s farm, and upon treatment had feeling in his foot for the first time. At the end of the session, he was even able to take a few steps!
“We are Eastern people, but why are we so in love with Western medicine? We have this mindset that if we get sick we need to drink medicines. If all else fails, go for complementary/alternative medicine,” Magsaysay said. “Drugs provide the quick fix. In Eastern principles, if it took you 10 years to get sick, it will take you 10 more years to get well. You have to make your journey toward healing. You need to take responsibility for your health, to study and apply the principles. In Western medicine the doctor is the dictator. You do what the doctors say, and if they don’t know what to do they point you to another doctor.”