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Worth Knowing: Talk about bees and medicinal benefits on May 17

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On May 17  at 7:00 pm Reyah Carlson, Apitherapist/Beekeeper, will present "THE MEDICINE CHEST KNOWN AS THE BEEHIVE” at the Connecticut River Valley Beekeepers meeting at the Grafton County Extension Office, 3855 Dartmouth College Hwy, North Haverhill, NH 7PM.                 

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Reyah Carlson is an internationally known apitherapist who has been keeping bees since age 12 and became interested in apitherapy in the 1980's. She has conducted workshops for many beekeeping organizations throughout the US and Canada, e.g., The American Beekeeping federation, EAS, American and Alberta/Canadian Honey Producers. Reyah has taught courses to Doctors, patients and caregivers in the US, Belgium, Holland and India. Her expertise has been featured on National Geographic, The Discovery Channel, and most recently her own battle with Chronic Lyme disease and utilizing bee venom to over come the disease on the television program "THE INCURABLES." In her workshop she will talk about medicinal properties of all honeybee produced substances: raw honey, pollen, royal jelly, propolis, beeswax, and the venom from the sting. She will also demonstrate sting application and technique. Reyah currently sees apitherapy clients three times a week in Bradford, Vermont. 

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