Royal Jelly is a highly prized substance which is produced by young worker bees. It is the exclusive food of the Queen Bee and is considered essential for her development. (The incredible stamina, fertility and long life of the Queen Bee has been proven to be entirely due to her diet of Royal Jelly.)
Perhaps the most extraordinary effect of the Royal Jelly is with regard to the reproductive capacity of the Queen Bee. She is able to lay up to 2,000 or more eggs per day during the whole course of her life. A daily batch of eggs equals more than twice the weight of the Queen, and it is estimated that she will produce over three million eggs during her lifetime.
Celebrated through centuries for its various health-giving properties, Royal Jelly has been used by people from all walks of life and is reverently referred to in sacred texts.
|Directions Of Use||One per day. The daily intake can be increased up to three or four times, depending on the individual’s needs.|
|Nutrition Info||Royal Jelly contains vitamins B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B5 (pantothenic acid), B6 (pyridoxine), B7 (inositol), B8 (biotin), B9 (folic acid), B12 (cobalamine) and vitamin C. Royal Jelly also contains 30 amino acids (essential for the building of proteins and each cell’s genetic structure) plus the elements of iron, potassium, sodium, chromium, manganese and nickel. These elements are necessary for a healthy metabolism. In its make up Royal Jelly also contains an unidentifiable 4% which appears to enhance its therapeutic value.|
|Other ingredients||Product Ingredients: Royal Jelly contains a wealth of vitamins from the vitamin B group with the highest amount being vitamin B5, pantothenic acid (THE ENERGY VITAMIN). Acetylcholine, necessary for proper functioning of the brain and the nervous system, is found abundantly in Royal Jelly. Royal Jelly contains approximately 18 amino acids. Eight of these amino acids are essential dietary components that your body needs but cannot produce on its own. This gives it great nutritional value. Royal Jelly is a natural food, it is not a drug and it is not man made.|