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Royal Jelly Benefits

Royal Jelly Benefits

Royal jelly has become a highly regarded nutritional supplement in the hierarchy of health products. It is one of the most nutritionally complex foods on the planet and an ideal supplement to take for general wellbeing. So what actually is this product, and how can it benefit our health?

Royal jelly is a milky secretion produced by worker honeybees. When honey and pollen are combined and refined within the bees,  this highly nutritious food is produced and given to select bee larva to promote their growth into queen bees. Royal jelly in nutritional supplement form is reputed to have countless beneficial effects for the health of the human body.

Royal jelly’s structure and composition is so unique that it has never been replicated by man in any lab. The only ‘lab’ capable of producing such an extraordinary substance is the beehive. Royal Jelly contains all of the B-complex vitamins, including a high concentration of pantothenic acid (vitamin B5), and pyridoxine (vitamin B6). One of the key ingredients in royal jelly that may have profound implications for improving memory and invigorating mental acuity is acetylcholine. Acetylcholine is found in the brain, spinal cord, and throughout areas of the nervous system. It regulates memory and is needed to transmit nerve messages from cell to cell.  Optimal levels of acetylcholine in the brain are associated with improved memory and enhanced cognitive function.

Royal jelly also contains minerals, enzymes, hormones, eighteen amino acids, antibacterial and antibiotic components, and vitamins A, C, D and E. It typically contains about 60% to 70% water, 12% to 15% proteins, 10% to 16% sugar, 3% to 6% fats, and 2% to 3% vitamins, salts, and amino acids. It’s unique composition and nutritional make up is said to be beneficial in treating the following concerns and conditions:

  • Liver disease
  • Pancreatitis
  • Insomnia
  • Stomach ulcers
  • Kidney disease
  • Bone fractures
  • Skin disorders such as premature ageing
  • Low immunity
  • Fertility issues
  • PMS
  • Low libido

Royal Jelly is also well renowned for its anti-inflammatory properties. When applied topically or ingested internally, it is an excellent supplement for those suffering from arthritis. Because of its acetylcholine content, it has been shown to stimulate the growth of brain stem cells, thereby making it an effective tool in preventing both Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease.

So there you have it. Another natural bee product that deserves a right royal applause for its capabilities to improve our health and wellbeing.

People who are allergic to bees or honey products should exercise caution when using this product, as serious allergic can occur in some individuals. Royal Jelly spoils easily – keep it refrigerated

Article by Renée Leonard-Stainton, Naturopath & Nutritionist

Renée Naturally - www.reneenaturally.com

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  • christine morris

    Wow, thanks for the informatiion about Royal jelly i didn’t know it has so many properties, very interesting, Thank you :)

    • http://healthpost.com.au/ HealthPost.com.au

      Thanks Christine – really pleased you enjoyed our article! :-)