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Due to its complex composition, royal jelly stimulates the immune system, regulates the metabolism and prolongs life.
As a powerful energiser, royal jelly is very well suited to periods of convalescence, stress and nervous overload.
The royal jelly cure has given excellent results for women with hormonal problems, in the pre-menopausal period. Very good results have been obtained in cysts, fibroids, gynaecological diseases, tumour diseases and leukaemia.
Royal jelly is rich in natural hormones, which promote cell regeneration and normalise the activity of the endocrine glands (in particular the gonads and adrenals).
Royal jelly contains acetylcholine - a neurotransmitter that acts at the synapses of the central nervous system.
The hormone oestrogen plays a crucial role in fixing calcium in the bones and preventing osteoporosis. The natural substance richest in this type of hormone is royal jelly.
The administration of 5 to 10 mg of royal jelly per day has proven to be an excellent remedy for anaemia. Royal jelly has a strong erythropoietic effect (red blood cell formation process). After administration of this remedy, it was possible to observe an increase in the diameter of the red blood cells, an increase in the amount of haemoglobin and the mobilisation of iron reserves in the body.
Very low doses of royal jelly (2 mg per day) are a good remedy for underweight babies. It can also be used to control digestive disorders in children (5 mg per day).
In combination with raw mountain honey and royal jelly, two teaspoons per day are administered in one-month courses, with a break of two to three weeks. Over time, this treatment has an excellent vasodilator effect, helping to regulate blood pressure and unblock peripheral circulation.
In royal jelly, a protein substance has been identified that mimics the action of insulin, having a hypoglycaemic action.
Administered to older men, royal jelly relieved discomfort caused by lack of control of the urinary sphincters.
1. What is royal jelly?
Royal jelly is a white substance with a pearly sheen, secreted by bees. Only the queen bee can consume it throughout her life, while the other bees only receive it during the first three days of their existence.
2. Why take royal jelly on an empty stomach?
Ideally, it should be taken on an empty stomach in the morning, as soon as you get up, to be "the first energy information of the day". You put it under your tongue and let it melt while salivating. The impression is a little pasty and acidic, but not unpleasant.
3. What is the best time to start the royal jelly cure?
Generally, the best time to start a royal jelly cure is just before winter, between September and October. Is just before winter, between September and October. Even though it can be taken during the year, it is during winter that the body is put to the test by the outside environment.
What are the side effects of royal jelly?
However, in very exceptional cases, its consumption may cause some undesirable effects: redness, itching. These symptoms are totally unpredictable and have no correlation with allergies to pollen or bee stings.
What vitamins are in royal jelly?
Royal Jelly is a real concentrate of vital elements responsible for its benefits: It contains mainly directly absorbable amino acids. Its benefits are also due to the vitamins of the B group (B3, B5, B8, B9), it is in particular the richest natural food in vitamins B5.