Royal Jelly is a nutrient-rich secretion that worker bees feed to bee larvae and developing queen bees.
After three days, the drone and worker larvae are no longer fed with royal jelly, but queen larvae continue to be fed this special substance throughout their development.
Queen bees grow to twice the size of normal bees, have a very high reproductive capability and live around 10 times longer. This gives an idea of the potential Royal Jelly uses, and explains why many people are now taking Royal Jelly health products.
Royal Jelly is approximately 12% protein and includes many different amino acids. It's B Vitamin content is high and it also contains many trace minerals, some enzymes, and antibacterial components.
People are using Royal Jelly health products for many different reasons despite the fact there is only preliminary evidence about their effects at this point.
We suggest you do a bit of research, try the products, and make up your own mind. Other Bee products were used successfully for health purposes long before they were validated by scientific research.
Stated Royal Jelly uses include: