Bee Venom Therapy for chronic Lyme Disease

Deb Elder, or Dive Girl Deb, is a lyme disease activist in Oregon. After being misdiagnosed and suffering for over 20 years, Deb was told by her health plan that their Infectious Disease doctors do NOT treat Lyme Disease PERIOD. Deb has been active in Eugene and throughout the state of Oregon putting on events to bring greater awareness of Lyme disease.

She became interested in Bee Venom Therapy, or Apitherapy and after learning about its many benefits, started practicing on herself with great results. Bee Venom has been used for 6,000 years to treat many conditions, and can kill 1,200 infectious agents, including parasites, bacteria, and viruses. The other cool thing about Bee Venom, especially for Lyme patients is it pokes holes in biofilms, which can give antibiotics, herbs, or your own immune system access to the bacteria.

Deb promotes Apitherapy as a cheap and effective therapy for lyme disease, by itself or in conjunction with other therapies. She shares her experience with Bee Venom Therapy on the Facebook page “Apitherapy to treat Lyme & Co-infections Eugene OR”  where she answers questions, posts bee articles, shares videos of her bees and pictures of her treatments.

 Deb’s Facebook Page

Lyme Disease Eugene Oregon Facebook Page

Mackay Rippey

I practice acupuncture in Clinton, NY, a small village in the geographical center of the state. Once I became aware of Lyme and other insect carried diseases, I started seeing my chronic patients in an entirely different light. Join me as I speak with the the most fascinating people in the Lyme community. If you know someone I should interview, let me know.

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