Royal Jelly

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Although its taste is not particularly pleasant, the properties of royal jelly compensate its intake: it strengthens the defenses, provides energy and mental physical resistance, delays the aging of the skin ...

Royal jelly is reputed to be an almost magical substance, and it is not for less if we take into account that common bees live around 45 days, while the queen, who only feeds on this product, reaches five years. If we extrapolate these figures to the human being, and we consider that a person will live 80 years, it is as if that same person, by taking royal jelly, could reach 3,200 years, that is, 40 times more.

In addition to modifying its life cycle (the queen grows much faster than the workers) and dramatically increasing its longevity, this nutritional concentrate facilitates the development of the queen, which doubles in size as its congeners and is also the only one with capacity to reproduce.

In people, however, it does not have the same effects as in the queen bee and does not constitute the elixir of eternal youth, but royal jelly has been found to have numerous beneficial properties such as:

Stimulates the body's natural defenses.

Provides energy and reduces the feeling of fatigue.

Increases physical and mental stamina and improves sexual performance.

Due to its antiseptic and bactericidal properties, it is considered a natural antibiotic that protects the body against infections.

Regulates and improves the functioning of the digestive system.

Provides vitamins, minerals and trace elements, particularly necessary in postoperative states, and in people with no appetite or with a weakened immune system.

It acts as a cellular regenerator that delays the premature aging of the skin, and promotes its hydration and elasticity.

Balances blood pressure.

Reduce the cholesterol.

Activates blood circulation.

It prevents cardiovascular diseases by containing substances that exert a vasodilator action.