Yes, this is a very compelling therapy. It is recommended to get the treatment at least 3 times per week, skipping a day in between.
Remarkably, most beekeepers & apitherapists, (someone who administers bee stings), offer the bee stings to the public FREE of charge!
Several websites will charge you a membership fee just to get referred to an apitherapist.
Charging people who are ILL one penny for information annoys me to no end!
If you've followed my posts at all, you'll know I'm a big believer in free info for everyone, so I suggest calling the beekeepers in your state and asking them for a referral to an apitherapist in your area.
Also, many of the beekeepers will perform this service themselves.
Find & call your local beekeepers HERE >>>>>
There are tons of listings for every US state plus several other countries.
I really hope you look into it. I've done it several times and I swear, it doesn't hurt so much at all. They cool the area to be stung first and it's all over before you know it.
If you live in RI, email me and I can send you to the person I've seen in Providence.