Royal Bee Jelly
Fresh Royal Bee Jelly (this item only ships out on Mondays)
2 oz. $21.50
4oz. $39.99 Priority or UPS Only -- Cannot be shipped via Parcel Post
Royal Jelly is a mixture of flower nectars, sugars, proteins, vitamins and secretions that is made by worker bees to help develop and maintain a queen bee. Studies indicate the effectiveness of royal jelly for tiredness, anxiety, insomnia, bronchial asthma, liver and kidney diseases, arthritis, gout, stomach ulcers and more.
Royal Bee Jelly
Royal Bee Jelly is a mixture of flower nectars, sugars, proteins, vitamins and secretions that is made by worker bees to help develop and maintain a queen bee. Royal jelly is fed to the Queen Bee throughout her life.
What Are the Healing and Rejuvenation Properties of Royal Bee Jelly?
Studies indicate the effectiveness of royal jelly for the following: For tiredness and overwork, asthenia, anxiety states, insomnia, anorexia, bronchial asthma, liver diseases, arthritis, gout, kidney diseases and stomach ulcers.
What Does the Research Say?
The Banting Institute of Ontario, on analyzing royal jelly found that it is rich in proteins and vitamins of the B complex and especially in pantothenic acid, the vitamin B which has been associated with longevity in animals and humans. The United States Department of Agriculture has said that one gram (1/30 oz.) contains the following: Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B6, Nicotinic Acid, Pantothemic Acid, Biotin, Inositol, Folic Acid, and Vitamin C.
How Much Should I Take?
Studies suggest that the average person should take between and 1/8 – ¼ teaspoon daily. Royal Bee Jelly should be refrigerated and has a shelf life of two months. If it is kept frozen its shelf life is about one year. Patients who are highly susceptible to allergies should check with their doctor before taking this product. Allergic reactions to royal jelly are rare.
Abou-Hozaifa BM, Roston AAH, El-Nokaly FA. Effects of royal jelly and honey on serum lipids and lipoprotein cholesterol in rats fed cholesterol-enriched diet. J Biomed Sci Ther 1993;9:35--44.
Fleche C, Clement MC, Zeggane S, et al. Contamination of bee products and risk for human health: situation in France. Rev Sci Tech 1997;16:609—19.
Fujii A, Kobayashi S, Kuboyama N, et al. Augmentation of wound healing by royal jelly (RJ) in streptozotocin-diabetic rats. Jpn J Pharmacol 1990;53:311--7.
Vittek J Effect of royal jelly on serum lipids in experimental animals and humans with atherosclerosis. Experientia 1995;51:927
Thank you for trying our New York State Royal Bee Jelly.