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Apis mellifica

Apis mellifica is a very well-known homeopathic that is also known as simply "Apis".

Apis mellifica is derived from honey bees and is used to treat conditions that generally have some similarity with the effects of the honey bee's sting.

Examples of conditions that may indicate the use of apis mellifica include: Injuries caused by bites or stings that cause swelling, reddness, puffiness, and the sense that the affected area resembles a watery "bag". In terms of the patient's reaction apis mellifica is further indicated if the affected individual is also restless and irritable.

Homeopathy Texts:

Family Guide to Homeopathy
Homeopathy for Musculoskeletal Healing

Homeopathy (VHS Tape)
(VHS Video)

Everybody's Guide to Homeopathy
 
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