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(Un)well: The documentary covered almost everything but missed a crucial point on bee sting theory. What is it?

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Documentaries are long forgotten by society. In the world full of series and movies as the sources of entertainment, there are very few documentaries that are watched by the people. However, the world of documentaries is a good one and the experience of having watched them is unique. The amount of knowledge that a person gains from watching them is unparalleled.

This comes in addition to the fun that comes supplementary to the knowledge that is provided. The latest documentary, (un)well is about bee sting theory that teaches one about venom and the effects of the same. The documentary says that venom is good for an individualโ€™s happiness and that comes with the venom being injected into an individualโ€™s body. Apitherapy as the name suggests is about honey that is stung into the patient and the benefits to their body that comes along the way.ย 

Why is the series unique?

Very few documentaries talk about the aftermaths and the benefits of a unique treatment such as apitherapy. This documentary talks about it which bring attention to the viewers. Sting therapy not only helps in treating mental pain but is less painful than other methods that the medical department endorses. The controversy with the treatment is that the hazards of it are not discussed and only the positives are discussed. This is the only reason why the public is getting critical of the documentary.

Had these questions been looked into and worked upon, the problems that now exist with the documentary will be forgotten and the viewers would then view the documentary with a positive outlook and be transparent towards dealing with such pieces of information.ย 

Where can we watch the documentary?

The documentary can be watched on Netflix, a giant broadcasting platform that is available for series and movies to be streamed.