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Australian By Nature Royal Jelly 1000mg 365 Capsules
Australian By Nature Royal Jelly 1000mg 365 Capsules
Australian By Nature Royal Jelly 1000mg 365 Capsules

Australian By Nature Royal Jelly 1000mg 365 Capsules

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Royal Jelly 365 Capsules (1000mg)

Royal Jelly is one of nature’s best-kept secrets due to its complex bio-chemical structure and natural abundance of vitamins and minerals. Royal Jelly is often referred to as nature’s super-food, or in Chinese culture, the food of the Emperor. Each Australian by Nature Royal Jelly 1000mg capsule contains royal jelly (lyophilised powder) equivalent to 600 mg of fresh royal jelly (Equiv. 10-Hydroxy-2-Decanoic Acid 12mg)

Overview

Royal Jelly 180 Capsules easily swallow soft gel capsules and the only natural source of 10H2DA (10-Hydroxy-2-decanoic acid). Excess Royal Jelly is extracted from the beehive by beekeepers and processed human consumption.

Royal jelly is a viscous substance secreted from the pharyngeal glands of worker honeybees. Royal Jelly is fed to all bee larvae during their first few days and afterwards, only to larvae selected to be queen bees.

Royal Jelly is one of nature’s best-kept secrets due to its complex biochemical structure and natural abundance of vitamins and minerals. As a result, Royal Jelly is often referred to as nature’s superfood, or in Chinese culture, the food of the Emperors.

What is Royal Jelly?

Royal Jelly is a biochemical substance manufactured from the glands of young nurse bees. During digestion of nectar and pollen, chemical changes occur, and the metamorphosis produces a rich substance known as Royal Jelly. The Queen bee lives solely and exclusively on Royal Jelly for the duration of her life, enabling her to live 40 times longer than the average bee and laying up to 3 million eggs in her life span.

The use of bee products has been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years, dating back to ancient Egypt and Greece. In addition, healing properties have been mentioned in the bible, Veda and the Quran.

Bio-chemically, Royal Jelly is a complex and powerful mix of minerals.

  • One of the richest sources of Vitamin B Complex available
  • 8 Essential Amino Acids and antimicrobial proteins
  • Unique Essential fatty Acids (Including Omega 3’s) & rich in pantothenic acid
  • Rich in natural hormones, acetylcholine & phytosterols
  • Vitamins A, C, D, E & K, and a complex set of minerals and enzymes.
  • Packed with Antioxidants and phosphorous compounds

Each Royal Jelly 180 Capsules contains royal jelly (lyophilised powder) equivalent to 600 mg of Fresh Royal Jelly (Equiv. 10-Hydroxy-2-Decanoic Acid 12mg).

Take 1 or 2 capsules daily or as directed by your health care practitioner.

Warning: Royal Jelly has been reported to cause severe allergic reactions, and in rare cases, fatalities, especially in asthma and allergy suffers. Consume Royal Jelly with caution. If an allergic reaction occurs, immediately discontinue use and consult a medical practitioner.

Royal Jelly 180 Capsules Ingredients: Royal Jelly Lyophilised, Lecithin, Coconut Oil – Hydrogenated, Beeswax, Calcium Carbonate, Soya Oil, d-alpha-tocopherol.

The capsule shell contains: Gelatin, Glycerol and Water – purified.

Australian by Nature Royal Jelly 180 Capsules is Halal Certified.

Benefits

  • Nature’s superfood

Directions:

Take 1 or 2 capsules daily or as directed by your health care practitioner.

Ingredients:

Each soft gel capsule contains royal jelly (lyophilised powder) equivalent to 600 mg of Fresh Royal Jelly (Equiv. 10-Hydroxy-2-Decanoic Acid 12mg)

Warnings:

  1. Always read the label.
  2. Follow the directions for use.
  3. Supplements may only be of assistance if dietary intake is inadequate.
  4. Royal Jelly has been reported to cause severe allergic reactions, and in rare cases, fatalities, especially in asthma and allergy suffers. Therefore, consume Royal Jelly with caution. If an allergic reaction occurs, immediately discontinue use and consult a medical practitioner.