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Beelief Botanics


James Fearnley


Barbara and Peter Dalby,
Pebadale Apiaries, 37 Cecil Road, Cheshunt, Herts. EN8 8TN
Barbara and Peter have kept bees for nearly 50 years and for 35 of those have been interested in all aspects of Apitherapy and are happy to advise anyone on its uses.  They give lectures to many groups of people to try and widen the interest and knowledge of both beekeepers and the general public.  Specific training sessions are arranged (especially for those wishing to use Bee Venom Therapy) when there is sufficient interest for these to be viable.  One to one advice sessions can also be arranged. Overall they try and promote bees and bee products in the wider world.

John Drakes


  • Barbara Bradbury

    Hi I've have some tumours on the side of my nose diagnosed as BCC and wondered if bee venom would kill these fungal looking white tumours. Can you help me please? I live in Wokingham Berkshire, any apitherapy around this area. Thank you

  • Abeer Abdel Kader

    I heard about successful stories of bee venome in regenerating damaged nerves ,so i wonder if it can treat optic nerve damage in glucoma .

    • Stefan Stangaciu

      bee venom is normally contra-indicated in glaucoma because it may increase the pressure in the eyes... you should try first with propolis and royal jelly eye drops and other similar soft methods, and then, only under medical coordination, micro-bee stings therapy

  • Monica Lixandru

    Hi, Can you tell me please if you do Therapy with bee venom involves stings ? Thank you, Monica

  • Monica Lixandru

    Hi, Can you tell me please if you do Therapy with bee venom involves stings? Thank you, Monica

    • Stefan Stangaciu

      There are over 10 methods to use bee venom in the prevention and treatment of diseases. I suggest you will search for your nearest specialist in apitherapy, to see what method fits best your needs.

  • Dylan noonan

    Hello I’m writing to see if you do bee venom therapy involving stings? I’ve been struggling over the past couple years with chronic fatigue syndrome and wondering if you can help.

    • Stefan Stangaciu

      Yes, bee venom can help, but you need to improve many other things, including your diet and lifestyle. Royal jelly, 5-15 ml/day may be better than bee venom. Check with the nearest apitherapy practitioner from your area.

  • Bam

    Hi, I'm finding it challenging to find locations in the UK that offer bee sting therapy. I have Lyme and Co-infections and have met a dead end in regards to support from my GP. I have tried alternative roots such as, herbal/ naturopathic remedies with limited results. I do not wish to sting myself, I should add. Is there a directory of professionals within this field that you can direct me to? Any advice or guidance is much appreciated

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