Royal Jelly & Honey - 11oz
Royal Jelly is a yellowish-white substance secreted from the honey bees salivary glands. In it can be found amino acids, enzymes, vitamins, phenolics, minerals, fatty acids, bio-active compounds and proteins. The most and main abundant protein is known as Royalactin.
Honey is composed mostly of sugars and carbohydrates also containing many nutrient rich components to the human diet, such as trace elements, vitamins, amino acids and proteins.
1. Honey derives a digestive process of nectar foraged from flowers, and is stored in honeycomb cells within the bee hive and is their primary source of carbohydrates.
2. Photographs from ancient tombs can be seen in the Metropolitan Museum of Art depicting Beekeeping and honey foraging.
3. Royal Jelly is fed exclusively to Queen Bees.
July 2018 Study done by the University of Arizona on Queen Bees and their Royal Jelly states
"The study suggests that royal jelly, which enhances the growth of queen-specific gut microbes, sets the queen on a trajectory toward a much longer life.."
"...The workers will feed her only royal jelly, which they produce in specialized glands. You can think of royal jelly as a type of super food, the bee's equivalent of breast milk, supporting beneficial bacteria and containing antimicrobial peptides...
Read the article here: https://uanews.arizona.edu/story/queen-bees-and-microbial-fountain-youth
Ingredients: Royal Jelly and Honey