There Royal jelly is one of the so-called products of the hive, known for its nutritional properties and energizing. Produced and secreted by the hypopharyngeal and mandibular glands of worker bees. It constitutes the nourishment of all bees for their first days of life and the queen's food for the duration of her existence. The food is rich in energy and substances that allow the queen bee to grow a lot, it is in fact always much larger than the workers and lives much longer, up to a few years in spite of the few weeks of the other bees.
Properties and Benefits:
- It supports the body to regain strength and dynamism,
- It supports the psycho-physical performance of students and athletes, in conditions of particular commitment and stress,
- Very effective in stimulating appetite,
- Fights intestinal disorders,
- Raise the tone overall,
- Also very useful for maintaining and restoring the elasticity of the skin.
Typically taken in spring and autumn, ie in the so-called "season change" moments. It is actually a support that can be taken in monthly cycles even three or four times a year. Royal Jelly is suitable for all ages, from children to the elderly.
Characteristics of Royal Jelly:
It is a light yellow, semi-fluid, gelatinous substance of a protein nature, with a characteristic odor and a sour-sugary taste, the production of which is the consequence of a supernutrition of pollen by bees. It is a fiber-free food that provides:
- Mineral salts such as potassium, iron, calcium, phosphorus, sulfur, silicon, copper;
- Vitamins, mostly vitamins A, E, group B and especially pantothenic acid;
- Folic acid;
- Cholinergic factors, choline and acetylcholine;
- Roialisin, a molecule that has demonstrated antibiotic capabilities;
Contraindications of Royal Jelly:
Royal jelly has no contraindications. Although it occurs rarely, it can cause allergic reactions in some individuals.
Also suitable for children over 3 years.