Despite the widespread belief that no remedy can treat more than a couple of diseases, the truth is entirely different. Even in conventional medicamental medicine, there are drugs -for instance corticosteroids or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs - that do treat or positively influence a large number of "diseases" or clinical symptoms. Additionally many antibiotics, in spite of their apparent or relative specificity, successfully treat quite a large number of different bacterial infections.
Just as the treatment range of antibiotics is relatively wide, this is also true of many of the of the so-called natural remedies: herbs, bee products, fruit and vegetable extracts, as well as, fish and other animal extracts. Such a "cure-all" nature is also associated with authentic natural mumio, propolis and royal jelly. According to many Japanese authors, these remedies may be used to treat 82 different conditions. There are many others alternative treatments noted for their unquestionably wide-ranging therapeutical impact: psychotherapy, music therapy, hydrotherapy, cryotherapy, yoga, acupuncture, acupressure, etc.