Gelee Royale 100g

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Royal jelly, royal jelly and bee royal jelly, the jelly, with the raise honeybees their queens.

With this mixture of the secretions of the hypopharyngeal gland and the maxillary gland of the working bee larvae are fed during the first three instars. The worker bee receives afterwards only pollen and honey. The queens are fed larva, however, until the time of her cell capping with this royal jelly.

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Pure Royal Jelly (100g.)

Royal jelly (Royal jelly pdf) is the food of the queen

Royal jelly, royal jelly and bee royal jelly, the jelly, with the raise honeybees their queens.

With this mixture of the secretions of the hypopharyngeal gland and the maxillary gland of the working bee larvae are fed during the first three instars. The worker bee receives afterwards only pollen and honey. The queens are fed larva, however, until the time of her cell capping with this royal jelly.

Ingredients:

Royal jelly contains, inter alia, carbohydrates, protein, B vitamins and trace elements. The main ingredients are:

     10-23% sugar

     60-70% water

     9-18% of proteins and amino acids

     4-8% fats

     Thiamine, riboflavin, pyridoxine, niacin, pantothenic acid, biotin, folic acid, sterols, biopterin and neopterin, minerals and trace elements.

     4-hydroxybenzoic acid methyl ester as a natural preservative

recovery:

Royal Jelly is produced in specialized apiaries. The majority of beekeepers in German-speaking countries operates beekeeping as a hobby and reaps no royal jelly, also typically lacking the technical equipment to do so. The majority of the offered in Germany royal jelly comes from China and is trading at between 100 and 130 Euro per kilo.

To obtain a bee colony is the queen away, and there are pre-made queen cells used in the hive. In order to isolate the lining material as the queen larvae must be removed after three days. In one bee season, a colony of bees are made to produce approximately 500 g of royal jelly. The removal of the queen means for the colony a high pressure situation and a massive intervention in the balance of the people, therefore disclaim ecologically operating beekeepers the production of royal jelly generally from.

Royal Jelly Propolis is next to be used in food supplements and cosmetic preparations; as a source of medicinal preparations it has, at least in the German-speaking countries are no longer important.

Health hazards:

The consumption of royal jelly can, in particular through its share of proteins and amino acids that cause allergic reactions. Thus, the occurrence of allergic reactions on the skin, facial swelling, asthma attacks or aggravation of existing asthma, vomiting, diarrhea, hypotension and, in some cases, a life-threatening anaphylactic shock was observed following administration of royal jelly-containing preparations. (Royal jelly Deutsches Ärzteblatt PDF)

Use: Daily 1g eat in the morning
Dose: Net capacity 100 g of pure royal-Royal

Storage temperature not exceeding 8 ° C 

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Gelee Royale 100g

Gelee Royale 100g

Royal jelly, royal jelly and bee royal jelly, the jelly, with the raise honeybees their queens.

With this mixture of the secretions of the hypopharyngeal gland and the maxillary gland of the working bee larvae are fed during the first three instars. The worker bee receives afterwards only pollen and honey. The queens are fed larva, however, until the time of her cell capping with this royal jelly.

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