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Royal Jelly


Royal Jelly is a secretion by a gland in the worker bees head. It is a white, milky substance that is used to feed the larvae and queen bee. This highly nutritious substance is used to increase rapid growth and development of the larvae.

Except for the queen bee, adult bees do not eat royal jelly at all; the larvae only consume it. If a queen is desired, the hatchling will receive only royal jelly as its food source, in order that she will become sexually mature and have the fully developed ovaries needed to lay more eggs for the hive.

Royal Jelly is called this name as the queen bee consumes it. It provides many health benefits and creates good health including healthy skin to anyone that consumes it. Because Royal Jelly spoils easily, it is usually combined with honey in order to preserve it. People around the world for its immune boosting properties use it.

HISTORY OF ROYAL JELLY

Royal Prof. Remy Chauvin of France who was well known for his research on bees and their products first recommended Jelly for human medicinal purposes in 1922.

ROYAL JELLY AVAILABLE IN:

•   Liquid

•   Creams

•   Capsules

•   Beauty Products

INTERNAL BENEFITS 
Royal Jelly May Be beneficial To:

•   Arthritis

•   High Cholesterol

•   Increase Energy Levels

•   Increase Sexual Stamina

•   Immune System

•   Reduce Nervousness and Anxiety

•   Lower High Blood Pressure

EXTERNAL BENEFITS 
Royal Jelly May Be Beneficial For:

•   Rashes

•   Stronger Hair

•   Healthier, Youthful Looking Skin

NUTRITIONAL COMPOUND INGREDIENTS

•   water

•   lipids

•   sugars

•   protein

•   glucides

•   inositol

•   enzymes

•   folic acid

•   hormones

•   amino acids

•   trace minerals

•   carbohydrates

•   antibacterial and antibiotic components

DISCLAIMER: Information provided on this site is for informational purposes ONLY and is not designed to substitute your own medical physician or health professional’s advice. The information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any health problems or diseases.

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Research

•   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_jelly

•   http://thenaturalshopper.com/royaljellyinfo.htm

•   http://www.royalbeejelly.net/health-benefits/

•   http://www.manukahoneyusa.com/royal-jelly.htm

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