Bio Quantum Academy Specialized Individual Course
With Professionl Certificate
Apitherapy is a natural treatment method, traditionally used in various parts of the world, which is based on the use of bee products as such, or preparations obtained from them, in the prevention and treatment of various diseases. In this course, the various bee products (honey, propolis, pollen, bee bread, royal jelly, bee venom, beeswax), their composition in bioactive compounds, and their multiple therapeutic effects are presented.
The course is held by Associate Professor Dr.Ladislau Rosenberg
Course duration and the teaching method:
10 courses of 1 hour each, offered online on the Bio Quantum Academy Zoom in a one-on-one mentorship basis or a group class.
Welcome to our comprehensive online courses supported by the Department of Medicinal Plants within the Bio Quantum Academy in Canada on the ecological cultivation of medicinal and aromatic plants. This course has been carefully designed to cater to a diverse audience, including agronomists, horticulturists, pharmacists, biologists, herbalists, entrepreneurs, and anyone passionate about sustainable plant cultivation. Through a series of one-on-one sessions conducted via Zoom, you’ll embark on a journey of knowledge and skill development that will equip you with the expertise to thrive in the world of herbal farming.
Biological cultivation of medicinal and aromatic plants, also known as herbal farming or herb cultivation, involves the sustainable and organic farming of plants that are used for medicinal, culinary, or aromatic purposes. This type of cultivation is important for producing high-quality herbs and botanicals that can be used in traditional medicine, herbal remedies, essential oils, perfumes, culinary herbs, and more.
Presented by Dr.Ladislau Rosenberg
Overview of apitherapy and its historical background
Types of bee products used in apitherapy and their characteristics
Health benefits and therapeutic properties of bee products
Introduction to safety considerations and contraindications in apitherapy
In-depth study of honey and its medicinal uses
Therapeutic applications of bee pollen and its nutritional benefits
Propolis: antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and immune-boosting properties
Royal jelly and its potential health benefits
Introduction to bee venom therapy and its history
Understanding the components of bee venom and their effects on the body
Therapeutic applications of bee venom in various health conditions
Techniques and safety guidelines for administering bee venom therapy
Techniques for administering bee products in apitherapy (oral, topical, injections)
Methods of preparing and using different forms of bee products (tinctures, creams, poultices, etc.)
Case studies and practical examples of apitherapy treatments
Considerations for integrating apitherapy with other complementary therapies
Current scientific research on apitherapy and bee products
Evidence-based approach to apitherapy and evaluation of research studies
Potential areas of future research and development in apitherapy
Ethical considerations in beekeeping and apitherapy
Resources and references for further study and professional development in apitherapy
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