bee and flowerFree Introduction to Bee Sting Therapy

Instructor: Tracey Stirling of Blessed Bee Apitherapy

Date: Wednesday, September 10, 2014 • 6–8pm

Location: HAALo Herb Shoppe, 412 Commercial St., Nevada City, CA

Class Fees: FREE class! (space is limited, so reserve your spot)


Want to learn more about bee sting therapy? Ever wondered what Apitherapy is? Do you or someone you love have Lyme, MS, arthritis, chronic pain, Fibromyalgia, shingles, cancer, eczema, asthma, autoimmune disorders or other types of inflammatory disease?

Bee venom therapy is a highly effective treatment that has been around for thousands of years. It is 100 times stronger than cortisone and can greatly reduce pain and symptoms almost immediately. It is also very affordable and can be practiced safely in your own home and you do not need to own a hive to practice bee venom therapy.

Come to this free introductory class to find out how bee venom therapy and other types of Apitherapy may help you!

Tracey Stirling

About the instructor
Tracey Stirling began practicing bee venom therapy in 2010 shortly after obtaining her first hive, in an attempt to find relief for chronic asthma. Besides the bronchodilating effects of bee venom, what she found were huge increases in energy, stamina, joy, well being, deeper sleep, immediate pain relief and boosts in the immune system. This inspired her to learn more through self-education while practicing on herself, her family, and friends.

In 2012 she attended the American Apitherapy Society’s annual conference where she studied the practical application of bee venom therapy and Apitherapy for a variety of conditions. At the end of the conference she received the highest exam score among more than 100 participants.

Immediately after attending the conference she opened her practice Blessed Bee Apitherapy to the community. To this day she still marvels at the idea that people thank her to sting them! Tracey resides in Grass Valley, California with her husband, 2 homeschooled children, goats, chickens, ducks, dog, cats, goose, and of course her bees.