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Royal Jelly Health Benefit

Royal Jelly Sold In Nepal

Royal jelly is the food of queens — not human monarchs, but queen bees. It’s actually a substance secreted from the glands in the heads of worker bees that’s fed to bee larvae. After a few days, the larvae that have potential to develop into queens continue to be fed this nectar. Since queen bees are much bigger, live longer, and are more fertile than all the other bees, this potion is believed by some to impart mystical qualities. In reality, royal jelly is comprised of 60 to 70 percent water, 12 to 15 percent protein, 10 to 16 percent sugars, and 3 to 6 percent fats, with vitamins, salts, and free amino acids making up the rest.

People who are allergic to bees and honey and those who have asthma can face real dangers if they take royal jelly. Reactions ranging from bronchial spasms, skin irritations, and asthma attacks, to more severe anaphylactic shock, and even death, have been reported from its ingestion. As with many supplements, pregnant and breastfeeding women and small children should refrain from using royal jelly. To be on the safe side, anyone with a compromised immune system should also steer clear.


  • Helps to regulate and balance hormones
  • Helps lower blood lipids and cholesterol
  • May prolong life span due to its antioxidant levels
  • Acts as a nutritive energy tonic
  • May help extend lifespan
  • Stimulates the immune system to fight viral and bacterial infection
  • Helps reduce cancer causing estrogens
  • May help those with Colitis or Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Bone Loss
  • Bronchial asthma
  • Insomnia and sleep disorders
  • Helps to keep skin smooth, toned and elastic
  • Promotes sexual vitality and rejuvenation
  • Facilitates fertility and may help reverse impotence
  • Has a bactericidal action on bacteria like staph
  • Helps to regenerate bone growth
  • May help build tissue and muscles
  • Supports wound healing
  • Protects the liver
  • Increases physical strength
  • Provides extra physiological support during pregnancy and menopause
  • Helps to reduce arthritic pain
  • Stimulates memory and mental function
  • May help with depression and anxiety
  • Anti-anxiety
  • May help boost metabolism
  • May help with autoimmune issues such as rheumatism