Since 1903 Apinol has been used for a number of ailments -

We have listed the various uses Apinol (Mother Nature's Medicine) has been accredited for curing...

Soothing Power                Apinol, it bugs the BUGS            
Rash                                          Chicken pox
Chiggers                                    Poison Ivy
Poison Oak                                

Burn Relief
Stove / kitchen burns                  Fire                  
Sunburn                                      Acid from machine work                                   
Carpet burn                                Fireworks burn
Curling Iron                                Razor burn
Electrical                                    Rope Burns
Hot water burns                       

Healing Power                          
Cuts                                                  Lacerations                          Abrasions                                                                 

Scrapes                                                    Rashes   

Insect bites                                       Fever Blisters                       Scratch                                    

Paper cut          
Minor wounds, and deep wounds                                                 Bedsores

Pain Relief
Cuts                                        Burns
Lacerations                              Scrapes
Joint pain                            
Paper cut
Insect Bites
Fire Ant                                   Mosquito bites
Spider                                     Bee stings
Wasp                                      Hornet sting

Infection                                 Dirt from getting into wound
Insect bites                             Pain
Irritation                                  Itch
Bleeding                                  Acne (yes, believe it.  Apinol is antibacterial)
Children from crying because of its soothing remedy and no sting or burn quality

Clears up sinus when mixed with water
Insect Repellent                       
Hunters use it so Deer or wild game will not sense them in the wilderness
Bringing back hair loss                                    
Encourages productions of endomorphines and enkaphlins
Ingrown toenails                       
Athletes Foot
Dogs                                       (insect repellant)
Injury to body                            Fleabites
Dog mites                                  Dog bites
Insect bites                                  Cuts                                                                     
Cattle De-horning                        Hot Spots
Sore utters                                   Injury to body         

Internal (although NOT recommended)
Tooth Ache                                Mouth Ulcer
Cold Sore                                   Cough
Sore Throat                                Bronchitis
Influenza                                    Sore gums
Nose spray when mixed 
Internal Pain (warm oil and massage into skin)
Muscles                                      Bruises
Arthritis                                      Back Surgery
Broken bones                               Sprains
Foot ache
Athletes pain 
Good Qualities
No burn when applied                     No sting when applied
Unlimited shelf life                         Smells great / a natural smell
When applied the medicine lasts for up to 7 hours


Apinol does not claim to cure or heal all these ailments, this is solely a listing of documented cases that have been sent in to us over the last 113 years.