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Breathe the air from the hive to help minimize asthma and reduce respiratory allergies in a complementary way. Scientific research is still lacking to reinforce its value, and some people already have it available.

Bees bring multiple products of nature to the hive, plus those that they produce from their own body, it is said that the hive is nature’s pharmacy and many chemical processes take place inside it. To breathe air from the hive is to come into contact with all these substances.

Those who have used it say that it causes a change by minimizing symptoms, however, scientific research and studies to support the results are lacking.

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Breathe the hive air

Natural components of the hive

First of all, the air in the hives is full of natural substances. Propolis as a great anti-inflammatory, antibiotic and natural antioxidant, honey with its nutritional and antibiotic properties, beeswax as a muscle relaxant, etc.

In addition, bee bread, royal jelly with great properties, air that bees breathe loaded with cytochrome protein, capable of eliminating chemical residues and hydrocarbons lodged in the body.

Inside temperature of the hive

The temperature in the hive is 35 degrees. More than 1,000 substances have been verified, but it is not yet clear which combination of active principles are the ones that most affect the therapeutic cure.

People breathing in hives
Hive air

Complement to conventional medicine

Regarding the severity of the disease, between 10 and 40 sessions are needed to be successful. In this way, the air in the hive is not only used in asthma, but also in allergic diseases and to strengthen the immune system.

Likewise, these therapies will be supervised by a physician and will be a natural complement and without contraindications.

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Diseases

Likewise, the positive effect of inhaling the air from the hive helps a lot, according to the patients. And it is something empirical (demonstrable) according to the therapists.

  • Respiratory diseases (bronchitis, asthma)
  • Chronic headaches
  • Immunodeficiency
  • Chronic Rhinitis

Austrian beekeeper Hans Musch from Ochsenhausen has developed the device. To inhale the hive air in therapeutic treatments.

Likewise, this extracts the air through a tube due to the air current being separated by a sieve from the bees.

Likewise, an air flow controller allows adjusting the amount of hive air that will be breathed.

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Device

The Api Air ™ device

Austrian beekeeper Hans Musch from Ochsenhausen has developed the device. To inhale the hive air in therapeutic treatments.

Likewise, this extracts the air through a tube due to the air current being separated by a sieve from the bees.

Likewise, an air flow controller allows adjusting the amount of hive air that will be breathed.

The patient

Regarding the patient, he does not have direct contact with the bees. Sits during inhalation to the side or behind the hive, ideally in the apiary. The exhaled air is separated, so it does not return to the hive.

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Photo credits: Hive air. Spain. Patient breathing hive air

Sources: Breathing hive air

3 respuestas

  1. Dear Sir / Madam hi,
    I am a been keeper in Greece .
    I am interesting about your device . This is my second mail . I hope to be respond.

    The Api Air ™ device please inform me about the way of working .
    How many patient or visitors / day can use the Api Air ?
    What about the changing filters from bees hive ?
    Are there availability for buying spare mask & tubes ?

    Please inform me about the price of Api Air and waht incudes in the price .
    Also i Need additional cost for extra prophetional mask and tubes .
    Thanks
    Nick Athanasiou GREECE

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