Black Seed and Royal Jelly

By: Kare And Hope  09-12-2011
Keywords: Royal Jelly, Sodium And Potassium

Title: Royal Jelly & Black Seed promote energy and endurance
Author: Heather Mason

The hardest working creatures on earth may hold the answer to one of life’s most common complaints: low energy. The buzz word for improved stamina and greater endurance is royal jelly, also known as the miracle food that can turn a worker bee into a queen bee and drastically prolong its life. In combination with another of nature’s restoratives, black seed, royal jelly can do wonders for the mentally and physically fatigued. Royal jelly is made up of 66 per cent water, 15.5 per cent carbohydrates, 4.5 per cent lipids, 13 per cent protein as well as 22 amino acids. According to many western scientists, royal jelly promotes physical and mental output and provides antibiotic properties, aiding in cold/flu prevention.

The Chinese have stood by royal jelly for over 2,000 years as a source of longevity, revitalization and restoration. For specific ailments, it is believed to regulate blood pressure, curtail the effects of arthritis and promote a healthy adrenal gland. It also has the added benefit of decreasing the body’s susceptibility to infection resulting from fatigue and there are no known ill side effects.

The restorative powers of royal jelly are never more beneficial than when taken in combination with Nigella Sativa or black seed. Like royal jelly, black seed has been used as a traditional remedy for more than 2,000 years and more than 50 different ailments are believed to be treatable with it. Arthritis, gastrointestinal complaints, parasite infestations and bronchial asthma top the list. Black seed is also used to improve kidney and liver function, circulation and immunity from disease. Black seed’s active ingredient, crystalline Nigellone, contains 15 amino acids, including all the essential acids, fixed and volatile oils, alkaloids, Saponins, crude fiber, proteins and carbohydrates. Calcium, iron, sodium and potassium are also part of its make-up.


Extensive research has shown that black seed helps to balance and stabilize the immune system. It is particularly beneficial in treating auto-immune diseases like multiple sclerosis. In bolstering the body’s immune system, repairing respiratory ailments and, like royal jelly, eliminating discomfort caused by arthritis, black seed has the fringe benefit of increasing energy. Increasing demands on our time and bodies can lead to system break-down. A well-balanced diet and regular exercise are key to staying healthy, but for those who lead less active lifestyles, black seed and royal jelly may be just the fuel your body needs to renew its vitality and help you manoeuvre through life’s daily obstacles at top speed. Royal jelly and black seed can be taken in convenient capsule form, available in health food stores. Reprinted from Country Health magazine.

Keywords: Royal Jelly, Sodium And Potassium

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