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Wed, Jul 10, 2019

What is Royal Jelly?

The first records of the use of royal jelly can be found in all the strongholds of ancient civilization. These include the Romans and the Chinese among others.

What is royal jelly?

Royal jelly, also called royal jelly juice, is a nutritious food produced by bees. It is excreted from your hypopharyngeal glands and consists of pollen and honey. The bees use royal jelly to feed their queen bee and their young. The young bees, which are fed with royal jelly, grow faster.

Royal Jelly contains all the nutrients important for the development of bees as well as enzymes and bees hormones. Royal Jelly is a white-yellowish, thickish mass and tastes slightly sour.

The queen bee, who only spends her whole life with royal jelly, is twice as tall as the working bee and even lays thousands of eggs every day.

While the average lifespan of a working bee is 45 days, the queen bee can live 5 to 7 years, which is the result of royal jelly, the only food for her.