Packed with Nutrients
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Royal jelly is the potent superfood given to infant larval bees in their first three days after hatching. It is a thick, sticky, milky white substance produced by the glands of special nurse bees after feeding on pollen and honey. The only larvae to receive royal jelly after the first three days of life are the future queen bees. Queen bees feed on royal jelly for their entire lives which can extend to four and five years. They live much longer than worker bees who average a 3-month lifespan. The lifespan difference is due to the queen's diet of royal jelly which also helps queen bees lay up to an amazing 2,000 eggs in a single day.
Royal jelly is extolled as an energetic and nutritive tonic and is considered even more potent than pollen. It is extremely rich in the B vitamins including biotin, folic acid, and inositol. It also contains vitamins A, C, D, and E, minerals, protein, amino acids, fatty acids, enzymes, sugars, sterols, RNA & DNA, and the important neurotransmitter acetylcholine. Its hormonal components are cited as an aid for boosting potency and the reproductive system. Another component of royal jelly is gelatin which is one of the precursors of collagen. Collagen is necessary for cell wall production and helps maintain youthful-looking skin. It also has strong antibiotic and infection-fighting properties as well as immuno-enhancing abilities.
Suggested Use: Royal Jelly is strong and potent. We recommend a dosage of 1/4 tsp once or twice a day.
Available in 100 gram (~1/8 oz) and 1/2 pound sizes.