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Y.S. Eco Bee Farms, Royal Jelly, 100% Pure, 2,000 mg, 75 Capsules

Item # : 1786
Manufacturer SKU : 726635784787
Product Code : YSO78478
Package Details : 75 Capsules
Serving Size : 1 Capsule
Serving per Container : This bottle will last for 75 Days
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Y.S. Eco Bee Farms, Royal Jelly, 100% Pure, 2,000 mg, 75 Capsules
Price(र)  : 5961.00
Offer (र)  : 5365.00
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·       Organic Pioneer Since 1995

·       Ultra Mega Strength

·       Genuine, Freeze Dried

·       Equivalent to Fresh State

·       Dietary Supplement

 

Royal Jelly contains life forming highly nutritional complexity of nature's superfood that queen bee feeds on and incredibly lays over 2,000 eggs per day. Storehouse of naturally occurring nutrients: full array of B-vitamins, essential amino acids, fatty acids, phytosterols, enzymes, acetyl choline, gamma globulin, lecithin, natural hormones, 10-HDA, catalystic factor "R" and many more.

Y.S. Beekeepers of Generations have been dedicated to research and develop the highest quality Bee Products.

 

Suggested Use:

As a dietary supplement, take one capsule once or twice a day or more as needed, preferably between meals.

Supplement Facts:

Serving Size: 1 Capsule

Servings per Container: 75

 

Amount Per Serving

% D.V.

Royal Jelly (freeze dried 3.5x) equivalent to 2,002 mg Fresh Royal Jelly

572 mg

*

*%Daily Value not established

 

Other Ingredients:

Gelatin, magnesium stearate.

Contains no oils as fillers found in softgels.

Free of yeast, salt, preservatives and common allergens.

Warnings

Note: Bee products may cause an allergic reaction in some sensitive people.

Q.What is a Queen Bee?
A.The Queen starts life in the hive just like any worker/nurse bee. She is selected randomly by the workers for Queen status, and fed an exclusive diet of royal jelly. The diet then turns her into the remarkable being that she is, living forty times longer than the worker bees. So it is the royal jelly that make the queen bee, she is not born as royalty!, she is made that way by her exclusive diet.


Q.How is it collected?
A.In natural conditions, worker bees create royal jelly with glands located on their heads and initially supply all larvae hatched in the colony with it. Larvae that will become queen bees develop in wax cells filled with royal jelly and receive the jelly throughout their lives, ensuring that they will be able to mate and reproduce when they mature. In colonies intended for the harvest of royal jelly, the beekeeper induces an increase in the number of larvae selected to be queens (around 50 or more) and feeds the worker bees a sufficient amount to generate large amounts of royal jelly. The beekeeper later removes the larvae from the wax cells and collects the royal jelly.


Q.How did Royal Jelly become a dietary supplement?
A.Scientists first recognized the power of royal jelly in the simple observation that the queen bee grows bigger and lives longer than her genetically identical worker bees, with the only difference between the two being the queen’s lifelong diet of nutrient rich royal jelly.
While it is believed that royal jelly may increase vitality and longevity, improve digestion and condition the skin, hair and nails, potential new benefits, such as relieving stress, improving liver function, lowering cholesterol, and anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties, are also being discovered.


Q.What Is the Difference Between Royal Jelly & Honey?
A.Although bees are the only insects that benefit human beings, production of royal jelly and honey is not for our pleasure alone. They are vital to bee survival. Royal Jelly is a milky-white, rich, nutritional substance secreted by worker bees and fed to all bee larvae. It is overfed to the larva chosen to become a queen bee and, throughout her life, remains a queen's sole source of nutrition. Honey, on the other hand, is a byproduct of nectar collected by worker bees and consumed by all adult bees other than the queen.
Royal Jelly: Nicknamed for its ability to put a queen bee on the throne, royal jelly is secreted from the hypopharyngeal glands found in young worker bees. It consists mainly of water, amino acids, simple sugars and fatty acids. It also contains trace minerals, enzymes, antibacterial and antibiotic components, and trace amounts of Vitamin C. In addition to promoting a bee larva to royalty, all young larvae feed on royal jelly exclusively in their first four to five days of existence.
Honey: Honey is a sugar product, consisting primarily of two simple sugars---dextrose and levulose---in water. Bees create it by regurgitating and re-hydrating nectar they collect, using the enzyme invertase to accomplish the task. Honey contains anywhere from eleven to twenty-two amino acids, including the eight amino acids essential for human growth and development.


Q.Can I take Royal Jelly while pregnant or nursing?
A.We believe royal jelly provides ample vitamins, minerals, and other additional nutrients that contribute to overall health and rejuvenation of pregnant women. However, it is important to consult with your doctor or healthcare professional before taking this product.


Q.Can I take Royal Jelly with other vitamins?
A.Yes, absolutely! Royal jelly is a completely natural, nutritious food substance; it will not interfere with other regular vitamins regimen, and will be a great addition.


Q.How to best to take Royal Jelly for nutrients?
A.Store fresh Queen Royal Jelly in the freezer under minus 18 degrees celsius. Take 1 teapoon (5 gms) a day for adults. Half teaspoon for children. On empty stomach 1 hour before food.