royal jelly

NATURE’S REJUVENATOR

What is Royal Jelly?

Royal Jelly is a white, creamy substance produced by young worker bees. This rich food is produced by their hypopharyngeal glands and is fed briefly to all honey bee larvae and to the queen bee through all her growth stages, for life.

By feasting solely on Royal Jelly, a queen bee will grow to ¼ inch larger than her workers, twice the weight and she will live 40 to 50 times longer.  It is believed that the royal jelly protein ‘royalactin’ is responsible for aiding development of the queen’s reproductive system. Royal Jelly also enables the queen to lay up to 2000 eggs a day! She’s a very busy bee!  royal jelly in queen cell

Why Eat Royal Jelly?

As little as a ¼ teaspoon a day of Royal Jelly may provide you with increased stamina, stimulate your immune system, improve your ability to handle stress, alleviate insomnia, help to keep good skin condition and help regenerate bone growth. In some cultures Royal Jelly is taken to improve fertility, virility and increase ones lifespan.  Scientists are still finding new and exciting benefits of Royal Jelly.

What Is Royal Jelly Good For?           

Arthritis * Immune System Modulator* Anti-anxiety * Diabetes and Blood Sugar Control * Osteoporosis and Bone Loss * Cholesterol Control * Reduce Cancer Causing Estrogens * Liver Protection * Inflammation * Skin conditions * Hormonal Balance * Fertility *

royal jelly

What Does Royal Jelly Contain?

Vitamins – Thiamine (B1), Inositol (B8), Riboflavin (B2),  Biotin (B12), Pyridoxine (B6), Folic Acid (B9), Niacin (B3), Vitamin C, Pantothenic Acid (B5)  (click here for full list)

 

Royal Jelly products may be purchased in our store or on-line.

CAUTION:  Bee products have been known to cause allergic reactions.  If signs of  rash or other symptoms appear consult a physician.  The information in this pamphlet is for your interest only and is no way intended to replace the expert advice of your health care professional.  Please consult a health care provider before beginning any dietary supplements.

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