Lyophilized Royal jelly
„The queen bee and the larvae need a sufficient source of energy. Therefore they are fed with royal jelly in the hive. Did you know that a queen bee lives up to 20 times longer than a worker bee? The difference lies in the food – the queen is being fed with royal jelly all her life, which gives her great vitality and provides her with a large amount of vitamins and minerals.“
founder of the family company
What is royal jelly?
Royal jelly is a pure bee product with a typical fragrance and a sour and spicy taste. For the bees, it is an important and „privileged“ food that provides them with lots of nutrients. Therefore, royal jelly is used to feed the most important bee, the queen bee. The queen bee lives much longer than the worker bees because of this diet. Also young larvae are fed similarly, so that they can develop quickly. The production of royal jelly is a relatively strenuous activity. This exclusive product is therefore in great demand and very popular thanks to its exceptional properties.
Our royal jelly is being processed by a modern method – lyophilization (deep frozen and then dried), which preserves the specific properties of the original substance. Even its storage becomes easier because lyophilized royal jelly does not have to be stored in a cool room like the fresh royal jelly.
Storage of royal jelly
Royal jelly is a fairly sensitive product and should not come into contact with metals. Please remember that it should not be taken with a metal spoon! Sunlight, heat, oxygen and any form of impurity harm the royal jelly. Therefore it must be cooled or preserved immediately after production. We use the process of lyophilization, which allows careful treatment of royal jelly and easier storage.
How is royal jelly made?
Royal jelly is produced in the hypopharinx of bees, specifically very young bees (6–14 days old). The production of royal jelly is based on so-called bee pollen that contains important ingredients. The bees need enough pollen not only for the production of royal jelly, but also as food for the entire bee colony.
1 package contains 2000 mg.
1 dose contains 200 – 230 mg.
Country of origin: China
Why just lyophilization?
Lyophilization is a process during which royal jelly is frozen and then dried. Thus are obtained the specific properties of the substance.
The advantage is that it is not necessary to worry about careful storage of the royal jelly any more. Even when in contact with air, it does not lose its original properties.
Thanks to lyophilization, royal jelly is more concentrated and it suffices to intake it in very small doses. At the same time it is not necessary to use any other substances, when applying this method. Royal jelly still retains the same properties as when fresh.
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You can also use royal jelly in honey.
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