Royal Jelly benefits
What is Organic Royal Jelly?
It is a substance secreted by young bees that serves as food for their larvae for three days and for the queen throughout her life. Being the cause of the extraordinary modifications that it undergoes compared to the workers, which make it a sexually mature female with greater longevity. It is considered a food endowed with exceptional powers and is a natural source of basic principles for our health.
Indications, benefits and properties of Royal Jelly
Royal Jelly is attributed numerous properties* and that is why it has historically been used in natural medicine.
In general, royal jelly has multiple benefits on the body, offering a stimulating action on physical and mental capacity and rejuvenating effects on cells. Also, in the improvement of sight, and memory, which makes it suitable for children and the elderly and people who have a great physical and intellectual wear.
- Improves ulcers
- Reduces blood sugar level (Diabetes)
- Regulates blood pressure, both high and low
- Reduce the cholesterol
- Vasodilator action for heart patients.
- Indispensable for cases of anemia
- Applying it directly to the skin exerts a regenerating action of the cells making it softer and rejuvenated.
(*) However, these properties have not been scientifically proven.
Composition and content of Royal Jelly
Composition in %:
- Water: 60 – 70
- Sugars: 10 – 15
- Proteins: 11 – 15
- Lipids: 5 – 7
- Ashes: 0.8 – 1
It has a pH close to 3.6. It has the following vitamins: Titamine (vitamin B1) Riboflavin (vitamin B2) Pyridoxine (vitamin B6) Pantothenic acid (B5): it is the most abundant. Biotin (B8) Folic acid Vitamin E. Vitamin PP Inositol
Some hormones such as estradiol, testosterone and progesterone are also found in its composition.
It also has gamma globulin, which is uncorrelated in terms of antigenicity with human plasma gamma globulin.
In addition to albumins, fats, sugars, vitamins, microelements and the other compounds mentioned, it contains the 20 essential amino acids: arginine, valine, histidine, insoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, threonine, tryptophan, phenylalanine, proline, aspartic acid, serine, glutamic acid, glycine, alanine, cystine and tyrosine.
It also contains antibiotics, a hyperglycaemic principle and the following microelements: iron, gold, calcium, cobalt, silicon, magnesium, manganese, nickel, silver, sulphur, chromium and zinc. Allergens May naturally contain flower pollen particles.
Does not contain gluten.
10 g of royal jelly is recommended as a treatment each season of the year. The ideal dose is half a gram of fresh royal jelly on an empty stomach, placing it under the tongue so that it dissolves slowly. This treatment should be followed for 20 to 25 days.
Mixed with honey: two grams of fresh royal jelly, with 100gr. of honey. Take a daily spoonful on an empty stomach.
Store in the refrigerator