Royal jelly

Royal jelly is a complex product secreted by young worker bees. Milk is food that mothers feed on throughout the larval and red periods, i.e. laying eggs, while worker bees and drones only for the first 3 days of life. It is thanks to the milk, which is enriched by sex hormones, that the mother is fertile and definitely differs in structure and vitality from worker bees, which is why she is colloquially referred to as mother bee food.

The royal jelly consists of: wholesome proteins and exogenous amino acids, such as phenylalanine, isoleucine, leucine - over 20 amino acids in total. In addition, albumin and globulins, as well as traces of human collagen-like protein. In addition, the milk contains lipid substances, carbohydrates, organic acids, bioelements, vitamins and hormones, also those of the nature of plant growth hormone.

Vitamins in milk: pantothenic acid, provitamin PP, vitamin PP, vit. from group B and trace amounts of vitamins A, B, E and K

Bioelements in milk: potassium (up to 4500 ug / g), calcium (up to 3200 ug / g), sodium (up to 1400ug / g), magnesium (up to 450ug / g)

Beneficial effect of royal jelly:

- improving metabolism

-regenerative action

- restoration of damaged tissues (after chemo- and radiotherapy)

- antitumor and hematopoietic effects, causes an increase in hemoglobin

- prevents bone descaling after severe fractures

- antibacterial and antiviral activity

- inhibits the development of yeast, including Candida