Royal Jelly and Modern Science
Royal jelly is the most vital and valuable substance known. This nutrient dense is reserved by the bees only for their queens. The entire bee hive is dependent upon the queen; she lays up to 2,000 eggs daily and lives up to 6 years, while a worker bee does not lay a single egg and lives only six weeks. Both the queen and the workers are females, begin as identical bee eggs. Royal jelly is the only thing which makes the difference.
It is incredible that this nutritionally rich substance can actually convert a worker bee into a queen bee and is responsible for her unique physiology, long life, physical power, and immense fertility. No other substance is capable of such phenomenal biological transformation. Royal jelly has an impressive array of nutrients containing 22 amino acids, all the known B vitamins, Pantothenic acid (the anti-stress vitamins found in an ultra dense supply), riboflavin, pyridoxine, biotin, inositol, and choline. It also contains niacin, thiamine, folic acid, vitamin B-6 (several times richer than brewer's yeast), and vitamin B-12. Plus, it contains significant amounts of fat soluble vitamins, like vitamins A, D, and E. Vitamin C is found in smaller amounts. By weight royal jelly is approximately 13% protein, which makes it richer in this critical nutrient than virtually any known substance.
What can royal jelly do for the human body?
For humans, royal jelly has the power to change lives, mentally and physically. Research provides compelling proof that royal jelly can improve complexion, eliminate fatigue, prevent insomnia, reverse stress, decrease pain, build a more beautiful physique, provide greater energy and extend life. In Europe and Asia, it is most famous for its medicinal powers as well as a remedy for enhanced beauty, greater physical and mental strength. In his book “The Longevity Solution”, Dr. Ingram states: “Royal jelly contains virtually everything the body needs for optimal health as well as for combating disease. It has everything the human body needs to rebuild, revive, regenerate, and survive.”