Though eggs to be reared as
queens are laid in a large rounded cell afloat in Royal Jelly, the
eggs are exactly like those which will become the worker bees. While
from the larvae stage a queen is fed great amounts of the royal
jelly, the worker larvae is only fed "Royal Milk", a diluted
form of Royal Jelly, during its first three days in the larvae stage,
plus honey and some pollen until the cell is sealed over by the
eighth day. As a result only the queen will develop functioning
ovaries, becoming the 'mother' of a hive colony.
nurse bees eat pollen and will secrete royal jelly from a special
gland, the hypo-pharyngeal gland which produces the creamy Royal
Jelly. It is a protein-rich acidic substance containing a very significant
amount of acetylcholine, an important neurotransmitter.
Jelly is fed directly from the nurse bees to the queen bee. This
is the only food the queen will eat during her lifetime plus a small
amount of honey. She will lay about 2,000 eggs each day in order
to support an average hive population of 20,000 to 30,000 honey
bees. The queen bee will live approximately four to six years while
the worker bees will live four to six weeks.
produce one pound of Royal Jelly, 1,000 three-day old cells must
first be harvested. Royal jelly is rich
in natural hormones and all major vitamins. The complete hydro-soluble
vitamins of the B group are found together in royal jelly. It
is a concentrated source of proteins and nutrients, possessing
twenty amino acids.
Jelly is very high in nucleic acids that contain DNA and RNA,
the very stuff of which life is made.
Most of our trillions of cells reproduce themselves before wearing
out, with two critical exceptions: cells in the nerves of the
brain and the heart muscle! The nucleic acids (DNA and RNA) content
in Royal Jelly helps to repair the damaged cells and provide
nutrients. Royal Jelly has been found to help reduce blood pressure
and is an excellent cardio supplement.
imperative for the transmission of nerve messages, plus the presence
of gamma globulin, a protector and immuno-factor, is also found
in Royal Jelly. Most importantly, royal jelly contains decanoic
acid which offers strong antibiotic defense against many bacteria
and fungal infestations. It is an excellent natural neuroceutical
which appears to improve short-term memory loss, because of the
brain's receptor cells for Acethylcholine.
Fresh Royal Jelly documented
• Neuroceutical for cognitive
• Nucleic acids (DNA, RNA) repair damaged cells
• Noted reduction of trembling caused by Parkinson’s
• Reduces blood pressure and strengthens nervous system
• Keeps red blood cells from clumping
• Successful treatment for eczema and neurodermatitus
• Protective gelatinous collagen content,
important for skin tone and elasticity
• Used as an early prophylaxy for treatment of aging
• Beneficial in fertility for both female and male
• Useful in treatment of gastroduodenal ulcers
• Current research in treatment of pre-Alzheimer’s