Royal Jelly is a special substance produced in the salivary gland of young nursing bees which, when fed to selected larvae make them grow into Queen bees. This remarkable biological metamorphosis in the larvae is, in itself, a stricking demonstration of the nutritional powers of Royal Jelly. Larvae fed on Royal Jelly develop superior characteristics, growing twice as large and having a life span some thirty times longer than larvae fed on a conventional diet.
Royal Jelly is arguably the most complex and nutritious food produced by nature. Royal Jelly is a complete substance that offers in trace amounts virtually every nutritional element needed for a healthy diet. Altogether, 16 vitamins, 16 minerals, 18 enzymes, 18 proteins and amino acids and 28 assorted additional elements have been isolated.
Royal Jelly contains acetylcholine which is needed to transmit messages from cell to cell. Too little of this compund makes individuals prone to Alzheimer’s disease. It also contains gammaglobulin, known to stimulate the immune system. Royal Jelly is high in the B vitamin panthothenic acid, recognised for its ability to reduce stress. Also estrogen and androgen, the biological catalysts of nature, and rutin which strengthens the walls of the body’s capillaries.
The ancient Chinese have recognised the benefits of Royal Jelly for centuries. Traditional uses include prolonging youthfulness, improving skin beauty, promoting cell regeneration, improvement in vigor, stamina and endurance.
Royal Jelly capsules are a 100% natural New Zealand product and contain no additives, fillers or preservatives.
These capsules contain a high dosage of Royal Jelly. Suggested dosage is 1 capsule a day.
Caution: Individuals who suffer from allergic reaction to bee stings or other products from the bee hive should use with extreme caution. Bee Pollen:
Chemical analysis from research laboratories all over the world show pollen provides all the nutrients humans need for life support. Pollen is the male seed of flowers required for fertilization of plants.
Bee gathered pollens are rich in protien free amino acids, vitamins, including B-complex and folic acid. In addition they contain variable amounts of an anti-boitic which is potent against E-coli and Proteus. Bee Pollen acts favourable in the intestines, on the haemoglobin level of blood and the renewal off strength in convalescents and the aged.