ROYAL JELLY HONEY
Royal jelly is a unique, thick, milky substance that the worker bees manufacture and feed to the Queen bee. It's the sole source of nutrition of the Queen bee and aids her everyday vitality. The worker bees mix honey and bee pollen with enzymes in the glands of their throats to produce royal jelly.
Royal jelly is believed to be a useful nutritional supplement because of the Queen bee’s superior size, strength, stamina, fertility rates and longevity compared with other bees.
boosts the immune system
protective against Alzheimer’s disease.
increases collagen and improve skin’s appearance.
It increases testosterone levels in men that regularly consume it, as well as improving sperm quality. Royal jelly has also been shown to have a positive impact on the FSH/LH ratio. Royal jelly increases libido, too.
Studies have shown a cholesterol and lipoprotein-lowering effect of royal jelly, as well as triglyceride-lowering and HDL-increasing, conferring a benefit on cardiovascular health.
It improves the blood’s glucose levels, as well as ulcerations related to diabetes.
It improves anemia rates by slightly increasing the number of red blood cells.
People have been eating out of the honey pot for years, but bee pollen, the lesser known yet incredibly nutritious and versatile bee product. Bee pollen contains vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, lipids, and protein. It comes from 40 types of flowers pollen that collects on the bodies of bees as they fly from one flower to another. Bee pollen has a slightly crunchy, but mostly chewy texture, and has a chalky, sweet taste that is reminiscent of raw honey.
How to Consume
▶️ Sprinkle it over top your honeycomb
▶️ Sprinkle it over top your smoothie, juice, salad, granola, or popcorn.
▶️ Use bee pollen as an ingredient in raw protein bars or desserts.
▶️ Include it in your salad dressing.
▶️ Sprinkle it over top chocolate bark or cake.
▶️ Blend it right into a delicious Turmeric Mango Smoothie!
▶️ Children, 15 grams or 1-2 tablespoons a day.
▶️ Adults 20-40 grams or 3-5 tablespoons a day.
▶️ Not suitable for children under 1 year.
▶️ Not suitable for patients taking warfarin (a drug that improves blood circulation)
Bee pollen has been shown to lower LDL or bad cholesterol and overall cholesterol levels.
Overcome allergies and relieve allergies except allergies to pollen.
Helps repair liver cells damaged due to excessive alcohol intake and use of drugs.
Contains flavonoids, carotenoids, and kaempferol that prevent diseases due to excessive free radical exposure, such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease.
Bee pollen has been shown to increase calcium and phosphate levels in the bones and protect the body from bone damage due to osteoporosis.
Potentially reduces some types of cancer, such as prostate cancer and blood cancer (leukemia).
Relieves symptoms of menopause