Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Royal Jelly restores health increases the number of red blood and immune cells

Royal jelly is a nutritious liquid secreted by the nurse bees for the nourishment of the Queen bee. Queen bees are made, not born, and their feeding with royal jelly is the key to that process. 

The Queen is hatched from identical egg as the worker bee but is fed pure royal jelly, while the worker bee mainly gets only honey and pollen. Royal Jelly, the queen’s food, makes the queen into a super-hero. 

Queen bees live exclusively on royal jelly and it accounts for their size and longevity. They average 42% larger and weigh 60% more than the worker bee. 

They live 40 times longer than worker bees, seven years as compared to seven weeks. It is a powerful energetic, allowing the queen to lay the number of eggs exceeding the weight of the body of the queen itself.
It is a very rich source of proteins and contains eight essential amino acids, important fatty acids, sugars, sterols, phosphorous compounds and acetylcholine. Acetylcholine is needed to transmit nerve messages from cell to cell. 

Too little of this compound makes individuals prone to Alzheimer’s disease. It contains gamma globulin that stimulates the immune system and fights infections. 

Royal jelly contains vitamins A, B-complex, C, D and E. It is particularly useful for its B-complex contents, including B1, B2, B6, B12, biotin, folic acid, and inositol. Royal jelly is high in the B vitamin pantothenic acid that reduces stress levels. 

It also supplies calcium, copper, iron, phosphorous, potassium, silicon and sulfur. It produce an age-retarding, longevity effect; it helps maintain health, youth and beauty ; it improves body functions, increases resistance to diseases, increases endurance and energy levels; it restores health, vigor and reproductive functions, tones and strengthens the skin, increases the number of red blood and immune cells.
It significantly increases metabolism and improves breathing of tissues which accelerates protein synthesis. Another feature of royal jelly is to improve the uptake of oxygen by the human brain, which significantly improves the brain activity of man: it decreases drowsiness, improves attention and memory, ability to work.

Japan conducted extensive study on the restoration of the body after the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. In the course of their implementation, it was found that the most effective way to restore the body is eating royal jelly. And now all over Japan all children eat royal jelly 3 times a day in kindergartens and schools.

Use royal jelly mixed with honey (one spoonful of honey and 2 grams of royal jelly) every morning for a 3 week course followed by a 1 week break before reuse.

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