Royal Jelly found in Green Food
Royal Jelly is an ingredient found in our Green Food product as shown above.
Ingredients contained are not sold separately from the product unless it's the only ingredient.

Royal jelly helps stimulate metabolism and increase tissue consumption of oxygen. This action may be due to various factors, such as vitamins B1, B2, pantothenic acid and trace elements present in royal jelly, such as iron and copper.

Royal jelly can offer a remarkable invigoration of physical and mental functions for the elderly. With senile people in particular, the benefits of royal jelly led to a resumption of physical activity, an improvement of mental activity, and an increase in appetite and weight.

Royal jelly presents no type of contraindication or side-effects. Even very young children, pregnant or nursing women, the elderly or those recovering from illness, can easily take it without side effects.

Royal jelly is used for asthma , hay fever , liver disease , pancreatitis , sleep troubles ( insomnia ), premenstrual syndrome ( PMS ), stomach ulcers, kidney disease , bone fractures, menopausal symptoms, skin disorders, and high cholesterol . It is also used as a general health tonic, for fighting the effects of aging , and for boosting the immune system.

Royal Jelly is a natural trace source of protein. Royal Jelly is the only food consumed by queen bees, accounting for their incredible size and longevity. Queen bees can live approximately 40 times longer than worker bees (more than six years, compared to eight weeks). It is also a powerful energy supplement; its stimulating effect has been compared to caffeine, without the negative side effects.

Royal jelly is rich in amino acids, medium chain fatty acids (like those found in coconut oil), proteins, along with vitamin D, E, all of the vitamin Bs, plus iron and calcium. It also contains a range of probiotics.

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