Bees use royal jelly to feed their queen bee and brood. Young bees that are fed royal jelly grow faster. The queen bee, fed only royal jelly for her entire life, is twice the size of the worker bee and even lays thousands of eggs every day. While the average lifespan of a worker bee is 45 days, the queen bee can live 5 to 7 years, which in turn is the result of royal jelly, the only food for her. All bees eat royal jelly up to the time of their birth and a few days more, but only the queen feeds on royal jelly until the end of their lives.
- Properties that help delay premature aging
- Improves the immune system
- Natural energizer
- Stimulates the nervous system
- Increases sexual potency
- Improves skin condition
- Reduces menopausal disorders
- Rarely, may cause allergic reactions. It is recommended to start with a small dose and within 10 days increase gradually.
- Prolonged administration in excessive amounts is not recommended.
- In large quantities it produces headache, increased blood pressure and nausea.
Recommendations for use
- One teaspoon in the morning.
- Even a very small amount has significant beneficial effects.
- It is not a medicine, it is part of a healthy and balanced diet.