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What is Royal Jelly and how can it be used?

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Royal Jelly is a milky-white substance that the worker-bees produce in their salivary glands, specifically as nutritious food for their Queen Bee.  Royal Jelly contains 10 hydroxy-delta 2-decenoic acid which is know to have bactericidal properties (that kills bacteria) and is rich in key amino acids and vitamins (especially the B Vitamins & Folic Acid).  It is also widely considered the key to the Queen Bee’s strength and health as well as a key factor to her fertility and Queen Bees are cited as living 30 times longer then other bees because of their increased immunity and health backed by their Royal Jelly consumption.

Royal Jelly is cited as a complex food source that helps with fertility and a good long healthy life of the Queen Bee, and this has led to many people thinking that it will do the same for humans. 

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Did you know that Royal Jelly cannot be synthesized?

Because of the complex nature of Royal Jelly, it’s something that cannot be scientifically synthesized and it remains a natural product that only bees can produce.

Royal Jelly traditional uses

Royal Jelly continues to be a key traditional Chinese medicinal product that is used for restoring health after illness, and it is widely used in other cultures too, again to promote health & overall wellbeing.  It’s also cited as having good antibacterial properties and helps to strengthen the immune system.

Royal Jelly forms

Mainly you’ll find Royal Jelly comes in two forms – either in capsules, or as a direct liquid in a jar.  Both types of Royal Jelly are nutritious, although in capsule form, they are more easy to add into your daily routine.  Royal Jelly can also be added to Honey although the most concentrated form is just on its own.

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