Royal jelly


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It is proven that this is the richest and healthiest food in nature.
It acts in a positive manner to the metabolism, growth and long-living.
Royal jelly can be featured as the authentic adornment in nutrition since it is produced and selected on a traditional way. It has not been processed and it contains all nutritional substances.
It is about a food that will be consumed by larva which will become the queens of the beehive! Fresh jelly has an off-white shiny color and jelly syrupy structure. It has acidic taste due to its low PH (2,5-4).
Royal jelly is a source of vitamins of complex B (B1,B2,B6,B12), A, D, E, K and C, enzymes and a group of substances that has not been defined until now.
Its content in all these nutritional substances makes it a food with abundance in benefactor features:

How does affect human organism
•    It regenerates elderly and worn out organisms
•    It controls and balances the functions of organism
•    It oxygenizes the cells and increases the natural resistance in outer attacks and also inner abnormalities
•    It controls metabolism
•    It increases physical and spiritual strengths, it boosts memory and stamina
•    It boosts worn out and tired organisms and speeds its recovery
•    It reinforces the immune system
•    It boosts the erotic desire, increases fertility and sexual performance
•    It contributes to well-being of skin and tissues
•    It has antiseptic antimicrobial attributes
•    It decreases the cholesterol levels
•    It fights free radicles
•    It increases and stabilizes red corpuscles in anemic children

Packed in jars of 10gr with spoon.

Features of consumption of Royal Jelly
It is recommended to be consumed as it is prior to breakfast for a period of 20 days.
Indicative doses:
0,5gr per day for adults
1/10gr for children
Alternatively it is recommended the mixing of bottle in 450gr of diffluent honey and the consumption of a table-spoon full every morning (for children a tea spoon).

Conservation of Royal Jelly
It is conserved at a temperature of 5 degrees C (home fridge) up to 6 months and refrigeration up to 12 months; it deteriorates due to air, light and metallic utensils.