Royal Jelly – FAQs

royal jelly faq

What is Royal Jelly?

Royal Jelly is an extremely nutritious, thick, milky-white creamy liquid, of distinctive scent, a slightly sour and somewhat hot flavor. It is produced by working bees, by the secretion of flower sperm, nectar and water. This jelly is fed to working bee larvae and drones at the beginning of their lives, while the queen bee is fed throughout her development as well as later in her life span. The most commonly used jelly is taken from the queen cell, hence the name “royal jelly”.

The main ingredients of royal jelly are albumen, vitamins, hormones, lipids, saccharine, water, amino acid etc.

What are the therapeutic qualities of Royal Jelly?

Royal Jelly is a wonder-working food that stimulates growth, restores strength, regenerates the organism, refreshes memory and regulates the metabolism. Royal jelly has a therapeutic effect on many ailments, while its effects in strengthening the organism’s immunity and improving blood count are especially noteworthy.

In recovering patients it speeds the road to health, while it can also improve the condition of patients suffering from Parkinson’s disease. In diabetics, royal jelly acts to regulate blood sugar level. Royal jelly also rejuvenates cells by supplying them with matter that disappears over time.

Royal jelly’s invaluable protein composition has a positive effect on children by stimulating growth and development, and strengthening the immunity of a young organism. Royal jelly is the best companion for a long and healthy life.

How to store Royal Jelly?

Royal jelly in its original state should be stored in a hermetically sealed dark glass pot and be kept in low temperatures (-20°С). It can also be mixed with honey, pollen or with a propolis solution that serves as a natural conserver, thus making it possible to store at higher temperatures. The most effective conservation of royal jelly can be achieved by using a special procedure (liofilisation) for water extraction that turns it into powder, allowing it to be kept for a long period.


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