- WHAT IT CONTAINS
Royal Jelly is a rich source of vitamins, minerals and amino acids. Its average chemical composition is 65% moisture, 14% protein, 12% carbohydrates, 5% lipids and 1% minerals. The remainder consists of various compounds such as 10-hydroxy-decenoic acid, γ-globulin, B vitamins and others.
- TASTE AND COLOR
The color of Royal Jelly is very important because it is a network of freshness and its suitability. The fresh pulp has a bright whitish to light yellow color. Its texture is thick but over time it changes to solid. It is characterized by a slightly pungent aroma and sour taste due to the very low PH that has 3.5-4.5.
Increases physical and mental strength, stimulates memory, endurance, fertility and sexual performance. The main indications of royal jelly are:
- with anemia
- showing developmental delay
- in high school, for exam preparation
- during recovery
- for the prevention of seasonal viruses
- against depression, anxiety, stress
- against fatigue
- against malnutrition and anorexia
- against hypertension
- against diabetes
The recommended dosage is as follows: 1 teaspoon (approximately 0.5 g) in the morning fasting under the tongue until dissolved, for children half a teaspoon and athletes and patients up to 2. Necessary time of use is set at 3 months per year. It is stored at 5oC (household refrigerator) for up to 12 months, while it is damaged by air, light and metal utensils.