Royal Jelly

     Royal jelly is a nutritious mixture of secretions from hypopharyngeal and mandibular glands of nurse bees. Some studies suggest that royal jelly has broad spectrum antimicrobial properties and also contains sex hormones. It is used to feed the queen bee and larvae in the bee colony.

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Composition of royal jelly:
Protein, 22 amino acids (mainly 10-Hydroxy - 2 decenoic acid), lipids, carbohydrates (mainly glucose, fructose), vitamins (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, C, H, Inositol, etc…) and minerals (K, Ca, Mg, Cu, Fe, Zn, Se, Li, Ga, etc…).
Benefits of royal jelly:
Increasing vitality; slowing down the aging process (worker bees are not allowed to eat royal jelly, so they  only have a life expectancy of 40-60 days; meanwhile the queen bee who is fed with royal jelly has a life expectancy of 3 -5 years); nurturing skin; getting rid of melasma. Supporting a healthy cardiovascular system, appetite; relieving symptoms of digestive disorders, arthritis, asthma, diabetes, neurasthenia, sore throat and chronic bronchitis; regulating blood pressure.
Suggested use:
+ Take 3-5g of royal jelly, put it under the tongue (sublingual), and let it dissolve gradually so that it is absorbed directly into the blood (Professor - Dang anh Khoi - 1984);
+ Do not swallow it immediately because royal jelly is easily destroyed by gastrointestinal secretions.
Storage condition: Store in the refrigerator (<50C).
Expiry of use: 24 months from manufacturing date.
Availability: Packed in glass jars of 100g or 200g, box of 24 jars.