Cindy Kennedy, FNP, is joined by Ellie Lobel, Ph.D., who was about to die from Lyme Disease complications – until she was stung by hundreds of bees, leading her to discover and teach the benefits of bee-venom therapy for Lyme Disease.
Lobel graduated from a gifted children’s program at the University College of Kensington, London, with a doctorate in nuclear physics and a bachelor’s degree in engineering at the age of 18.
Lobel is a 15-year Lyme Disease and Babesia sufferer. She moved to California to live out the last few months of her life. In June 2011 she was attacked by a swarm of killer bees, which changed everything. She healed herself with bee venom and went on to create the protocol for bee-venom therapy for Lyme Disease after hundreds of hours of research and much trial and error while working at the University of New Haven in Connecticut.
Lobel now travels the country teaching about Lyme Disease and its many co-infections and how bee-venom therapy can help. Her Bee Bus Mission has been on the road since March 2015. The bus has been funded by private donations, which have enabled Lobel to help hundreds of Lyme sufferers.