Royal Jelly Capsules 1000
Not to be taken by asthma and allergy sufferers AND This product contains royal jelly which has been reported to cause severe allergic reactions and in rare cases fatalities, especially in asthma and allergy sufferers. Not suitable for children.
Royal Jelly is a special concentrated nutritious substance that is produced by the young working bees in order to feed and nourish the queen bee. The queen bee is fed Royal Jelly as its only food source throughout its life, which allows the queen to grow twice the size of working bees and to live approximately two years longer. The nourishment that the queen bee obtains from Royal Jelly allows the queen to become sexually mature and to lay the eggs needed to sustain life in the hive. Royal jelly is not beneficial for bees only, however, and supplementation with royal jelly has become more popular over recent years.
BATCH EXPIRY: 02/23 OR 02/24
Available Sizes: 365 Capsules
- Antioxidant/Reduce free radicals formed in the body
- Maintain/support general health and wellbeing
- Maintain/support cardiovascular system health
- Maintain/support healthy immune system function
Helps stimulate a healthy immune system response
|EACH CAPSULE CONTAINS:|
|Royal Jelly Lyophilized||333.3mg|
|Equiv. to Royal Jelly Fresh 1.65g||1000mg|
|Equiv to 10-Hydroxy-2-Decanoic Acid||20mg(6%)|
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Directions for use: Take 1 - 2 capsules daily, with meals, or as directed by your healthcare professional.
Vitamins can only be of assistance if the dietary vitamin intake is inadequate
Product code: RJ365N2 / RJ30N2
Not to be taken by asthma and allergy sufferers
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Vittek J (1995) Effect of royal jelly on serum lipids in experimental animals and humans with atherosclerosis, Experientia