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2012 Charles Mraz Course and Conference (CMACC). October 5-7, 2012. Governor Hotel/Portland Oregon. 614 Southwest 11th Avenue. Portland, OR  97205


The American Apitherapy Society proudly announces its 17th annual 2012 Charles Mraz Apitherapy Course & Conference to be held in Portland, Oregon.

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.  Apitherapy, an ancient healing modality, refers to the therapeutic use of products from the beehive: honey, pollen, royal jelly, propolis, and bee venom therapy.

Attendees will receive basic training in the therapeutic properties of each of the hive products including a hands on bee venom therapy session where participants obtain practical experience with this amazing healing practice.  Presentations are given by the CMACC faculty who are some of the most prominent and experienced apitherapists in the country.  Examples of material covered in these presentations are allergic reactions, techniques of BVT, informed consent and legal issues, propolis and cancer, veterinary apitherapy, wound healing, and much more. Back by popular demand, we will be offering two levels of the course offering basic information to those new to Apitherapy and more advanced information to those already experienced with Apitherapy. Certificates of completion will be available to participating professionals.

The AAS is a nonprofit membership organization established for the purpose of education in the advancement of Apitherapy.  CMACC has been named in memory of Charles Mraz, an American pioneer in the use of bee venom to treat diseases.

Visit www.apitherapy.org to view all CMACC information and to register online. Membership or a one year renewal to AAS is included with course fee.

For further questions contact the AAS at 631-470-9446 or aasoffice@apitherapy.org.

Hope to see you there! Marilyn

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