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Royal Jelly

Royal Jelly, the queen of super foods, is a thick, extremely nutritious, creamy liquid secreted by the mandibular glands of worker bees to feed the queen Bee. Royal Jelly is a protein based food which supplies all the B-Vitamins, Vitamin A, C, D, E and K, along with more than dozen key minerals

 

WHAT IS ROYAL JELLY
Royal Jelly, the queen of super foods, is a thick, extremely nutritious, creamy liquid secreted by the mandibular glands of worker bees to feed the queen Bee. The queen bee is fed royal jelly during its developing stages and is not only bigger in size than other bees but she lives significantly longer and is able to lay up to 3,000 eggs a day.

Royal Jelly is a protein based food which supplies all the B-Vitamins, Vitamin A, C, D, E and K, along with more than dozen key minerals and 18 amino acids plus a high content of nucleics (RNA & DNA). It is full of antioxidant and great to take everyday as a nutritional super food.

THERAPEUTIC & TRADITIONAL BENEFITS
In Asian culture Royal Jelly is considered a longevity tonic which stimulates immunity and vitality. Royal Jelly is used to maintain the reproductive health and libido. It contributes to healthy sexuality by maintaining the system. It helps to regulate people hormonal cycles and boosts fertility. Besides, the fast pace of modern life leads people to feel stress, tiredness and sometimes a lack of sexual energy. Royal jelly can help to combat this.

STUDIES SHOW THAT ROYAL JELLY CAN BE EFFECTIVE AS:
• Cholesterol Control                   
• Anti-Tumor                
• Anti-Inflammation
• Antibiotic Effect                                    
• Wound-Healing          
• Anti Aging           
• Regulates body weight                          
• Improve fertility in both man & women

it is an effective treatment in various diseases specially stomach Ulcer, Alzheimer and diabetes. 

Suggested Dosage: Take 1/3 to 1/2 teaspoon teaspoon per day.

Keep Royal Jelly Frozen.


ROYAL JELLY PRODUCTION:
For the Royal Jelly producer, it is important to use early stage larvae to have a large amount of  Royal Jelly to extract and produce. 

The quantity of Royal Jelly production depends on three factors:

  1. Protein Consumption in the colony by bees.
  2. Size of the population of the bees.
  3. Natural source of pollen and honey flow produced naturally by the bees

Factors that could prevent Royal Jelly production:

  1.  Protein deficiency in the colony
  2. Disease (Specifically Nosema Apis, Nosema Serama, Amoeba, Varroa Mite,   Tracheal Mite, EFB and AFB)
  3. Low population Size

 

OUR UNIQUE METHOD OF ROYAL JELLY PRODUCTION

In winter since there is less pollen in nature around them. When natural pollen declined the Bees consume less protein and therefore production is reduced.
With the Caspian Solution the production of Royal Jelly is not limited by nature. The Bees continue to produce the same amount of Royal Jelly or more to feed the larvae and to keep as reserve.