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Royal jelly is the superfood given to infant larval bees in their first three days after hatching. The only larvae to receive royal jelly after that are future queen bees. Only the queen feeds on royal jelly for her entire life, that can extend to four and five years, an incredibly longer lifespan compared to the average of 3 months for the worker bees. The only difference between them is a diet of royal jelly. Queen bees can also lay an amazing 2,000 eggs in a single day. Royal jelly is a superfood indeed. It is a thick, sticky, milky white substance produced by the glands of special nurse bees after feeding on pollen and honey.
Royal jelly is also extolled as an energetic and nutritive tonic, 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, rich 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, one of the precursors of collagen, necessary for cell wall production, which translates as an anti-aging ability for maintaining youthful skin. It also has both strong antibiotic properties and infection-fighting and immuno-enhancing abilities.