Royal jelly, also known as bee milk, royal milk, etc., is secreted by the 5-15 day old worker bees on the parotid gland and the tongue gland. It is used to feed the granules of the queen bee and larvae. It is milky white or light yellow. It has a sweet taste and a strong sour and spicy taste.
Royal Jelly is a natural product that is kept by the beekeeping producer directly from the queen cell manually. It is a natural product without any additives. It is one of the main products of the bee. It is precious, rare, complex composition, and extremely strong health care function and medical effect are both food and medicine treasures.
Royal jelly is known as golden liquid nutrient. The anti-aging effect of royal jelly is systemic. Royal jelly is rich in nutrients and contains a large amount of active substances.
The nutritional value of royal jelly
- Royal jelly is high in protein, and protein accounts for about 50% of the dry matter of royal jelly. Among them, 2/3 is albumin, 1/3 is globulin, and there are more than 12 kinds of proteins in royal jelly. In addition, there are many small peptides.
- Royal jelly also contains fats, sugars and similar acetylcholine-like substances, as well as a variety of amino acids and biological hormones required by the human body.
- Royal jelly contains 9 sterol compounds, which have been identified three times. They are sterol, cholesterol and sitosterol. It also contains minerals such as iron, copper, magnesium, zinc, potassium and sodium.
4, royal jelly contains vitamin A and vitamin B, especially B vitamins are particularly rich. In addition, there are mainly thiamine (B1), riboflavin (B2), pyridoxine (B6), vitamin B12, niacin, pantothenic acid, folic acid, biotin, inositol, vitamin C, vitamin D, etc., among which pantothenic acid content highest.
How to consume royal jelly?
- Taking time: generally 30 minutes before breakfast, or 1 hour before going to bed at night, once in the morning and evening.
- Consume method: put the royal jelly into the mouth, slowly swallow, so that the body fully absorb the nutrients. If you do not adapt to the taste of royal jelly, you can mix 2 parts of honey and 1 part of fresh royal jelly to consume.
- Dosage: 10 grams for adult, 5 grams each time. Royal jelly contains biological hormones, Consuming with empty stomach is irritating, the initial consumption take about 1 gram till no discomfort happen, then the dosage can be increased daily. Those aiming treating general diseases may consume 15 to 20 grams a day, 25 to 30 grams for severe and chronic diseases for long-term consumption, not interruption, months or half a year of consumption to be effective. Intermittent consumption will not achieve the desired results.
- Older people with weakness, sickness and aging.
- Women with ecchymosis and moisturizing skin.
- Workers with low energy and easy to get fatigue.
WHO SHOULD NOT TAKE ROYAL JELLY
- Those who are allergic. That is, people who are allergic to seafood and drugs. Royal jelly contains hormones, enzymes, and heterosexual proteins.
- Those who suffer from low blood pressure and low blood sugar for a long time. Royal jelly contains substances similar to acetylcholine, and acetylcholine has antihypertensive and hypoglycemic effects.
- Intestinal dysfunction and diarrhea. Because royal jelly can cause strong contraction of the intestine, it induces intestinal dysfunction, leading to diarrhea and constipation.
- At the beginning of surgery and when women are pregnant. After the operation, the patient lost too much blood and the body was seriously weak. At this time, taking royal jelly, it is easy to cause bleeding. Royal jelly can also stimulate uterine contractions and affect the normal development of the fetus.
- Those who have liver yang stagnation and damp heat block, or those who have high fever, vomiting blood and jaundice liver disease, should not take royal jelly.
- Children under 10 years of age are not suitable for drinking. Children are at the peak of development, the hormone secretion in the body is in a complex relative balance state, and the supply is sufficient. The royal jelly contains a very small amount of hormones. If it is consumed, it may lead to an imbalance of hormone secretion in children's delicate balance, which may affect the normalization of children. Development may lead to giant disease. However, if the child is not fully developed, he can drink it in small amounts to promote balanced development. Once balanced, he can stop drinking. Adults are in a state of hormone deficiency, while development stops, and drinking royal jelly is to supply the insufficience.