Royal Jelly - The Miracle of the Bee
Royal Jelly in its purest form is a powerful natural vitamins micro-nutrient that Natural Biology uses in its purest form in EVEREST Earth & Sea Formula to provide naturally occurring micro-nutrition including antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, enzymes, etc.
One of the triad of "super foods" produced by bees, royal jelly is responsible for the differentiation between worker bee and queen bee. They all start at the same place, but due to being bathed in royal jelly from birth, some bees become fertile, long-lived queens. Ancient peoples saw this connection as magical and mysterious, and discovered many of the health benefits of royal jelly that we now know today. These benefits range from general immune system support and increased levels of energy to its specific use as an antibiotic, anti-cancer, and anti-inflammatory agent, as well as, of course, a treatment for impotence and infertility.
Before delving into specific uses for royal jelly, it is important to note its high B-vitamin, mineral, protein, and lipid count. Royal Jelly contains:,
Seventeen different amino acids, used to manufacture many proteins.
Vitamins B1 (thiamin), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B5, (pantotheic acid), B6 (pyroxidine), B8 (inositol), and B9 (folic acid) as well as the B-complex compound biotin, all used in production and synthesis of energy throughout the body. Many of the miracle properties of royal jelly come from its high concentration of B-vitamins.
High levels of iron and calcium, important for blood, bone, and reproductive health.
As an Immune/Nervous System Booster
Interestingly, some of the elements in royal jelly have been shown to help grow neural stem cells and glial cells in the brain. Glial cells, in particular, are the "building blocks" of nerves, meaning that they are the foundation of all communication throughout the body.
In topical form, creams made from royal jelly can be useful antibiotics and anti-inflammatory agents. Royal jelly pills, while they may be more concentrated ways to treat fertility issues, are not as useful for this purpose, as the antibacterial compounds are dissolved in the stomach.
As Anti-Cancer Supplement
Japanese researchers discovered that treating cancer-infected mice with royal jelly made their lifespan 20% longer, with a 50% reduction in tumor size. While further research should be made into the effects of royal jelly on human cancer, it stands to reason that human sarcoma cells would be destroyed by the compounds in royal jelly just the same as the sarcoma cells implanted into the mice.
Furthermore, a study done on beekeepers in Bulgaria showed that the beekeeping population, as a whole, suffered 20% fewer cancer deaths than the Bulgarian population as a whole. Statistically, that's a huge difference, and researchers have linked the findings to the differing diets and lifestyles of the beekeepers. Beekeeping families have long been aware of the powerful health effects of the triad of bee-produced "super foods" - propolis, bee pollen, and royal jelly - and the Japanese research only supports the evidence for royal jelly as an anti-cancer supplement.
As Treatment For Impotence and Infertility
Worker bees are largely infertile, with underdeveloped ovaries, while queen bees, due to the influence of royal jelly, are able to lay close to 2000 eggs every day for their (relatively) long life of four to six years. While its effect on human reproduction isn't quite that profound, royal jelly has still been shown to impact human fertility and sexuality. It contains many hormones and hormonal growth factors, chemicals shared by both bees and people, which help keep hormone levels healthy and balanced in both men and women. Royal Jelly has been shown to either mimic estrogen or stimulate its production, which can help stabilize menstrual cycles in women, improve sperm morphology in men (means sperm are healthy and able to swim for the egg) and increase libido in both sexes. In addition, the B-vitamin content in royal jelly helps improve energy levels - decreased energy can often lead to decreased libido. Royal jelly can cause both to shoot back up to healthy levels.
. Royal jelly is also an immune booster, which is incredibly useful after the traumas of chemotherapy and radiation therapy to help get the immune system working again.
IMPORTANT: Allergy Information
Anyone allergic to honey or bees should not, under any circumstances, take supplements of royal jelly. People have suffered extreme allergic reactions such as hives, asthma, and anaphylactic shock after taking royal jelly supplements. As always, consult with your physician before taking any supplements. Barring any allergies, however, royal jelly is a useful, earth-based supplement that covers a wide array of internal bases. Whether you're looking for a powerful shot of B-vitamins, a sexual tonic, or a supplement to help get through cancer treatment, a queen-sized supplement of royal jelly may be a powerful addition to your diet.
These statements are not intended to treat, diagnose, or cure any disease. Always consult your physician when you are facing medical challenges and before taking any supplements make sure your physician is aware.