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    Royal Jelly

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    Royal jelly is the most favourable immune system booster. The most valuable product from the bee colony is packed with vitamins and proteins. The royal jelly is 100% natural and pure!

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    Royal jelly strengthens your immune system and gives your resistance a boost. The most valuable product from the bee colony is rich in amino acids, proteins, mineral and oligo elements, vitamins B: B3, B5, B6, B7, BB, B9, B12 and vitamins A, C, D and E. The combination of these powerful nutrients are 100% natural and pure.

    Royal jelly is the result of the secretion of the young worker bees during their first weeks. Each bee larva is fed royal jelly during the first three days of its life. But future queens are immersed in the most powerful food in the bee world for their entire lives. This creates a striking difference in lifespan: the queen can live up to 6 years, while a worker bee lives 6 weeks to a maximum of 6 months.

    Several studies prove the beneficial effect of royal jelly on insulin secretion, blood pressure, digestion and memory.

    Recommended dosage:

    1 pinch per day (about 1 gram), to be doubled at low resistance. For children it is advised to dose half a gram per day.

    A pack of 25 grams is sufficient for a cure of 12 to 25 days.

    The recommended duration of the cure is at least 30 days.

    Attention: test before ingestion whether you are allergic. This is best done by applying a small amount of royal jelly to your skin and checking for an allergic reaction (usually mild symptoms).

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