I live in the Appalachian Mountains of NC and have been keeping honey bees since 2008. I teach and write articles regarding no-treatment beekeeping. The no-treatment seems to make me an eccentric as most other beekeepers put "stuff" in their hives to keep bees on their terms rather than on the bees' terms. Teaching to students is usually done one-on-one in my apiaries. I also teach Apitherapy, which includes all products in the hive: beeswax, pollen/beebread, royal jelly, propolis, honey, and bee venom with micro and full stings. Check out my website www.BEeHealing.buzz for the upcoming class.
In 2010 I was appointed the post of Ambassador for the Center for Honeybee Research in 2010. I3 Trips to Italy and am still in contact with the new friends I made there and stay in their home when I travel there. Took 1 trip to France where I stayed in hayloft where owls eat doves in the evening. Slept like a baby. Went 3 times to Africa for a project in Senegal and have an adopted family and a grandbaby named after me. I communicate with scientists around the world, farmers, and other beekeepers through emails and international forums. I am a strong advocate against Monsanto and anything attached thereto.
I am a writer, author, organic gardener, and enjoy my coffee sitting on the porch in the morning watching the mountains go through their moods while listening to the birds and feeling the wind.
Where to find Lady Cerelli online
My Journey to Peace with PTSD
by Lady Cerelli
Childhood traumas do not stop when the trauma is over. As you grow older behavior disorders set in without your knowledge. Most often you wonder why you said or did a thing. As you enter adulthood you find that your low self-esteem and inability to look people in the eye make you easy prey for an abuser. Learn why and how these disorders are created and what and how you can do to change them.
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