Royal Jelly 1200
Royal Jelly is a superior nutritious substance produced by young worker bees for the larvae to consume. Bee societies are composed of tens of thousands of workers that are gathered around a single, female, queen bee. Worker bees eat nectar and pollen to secrete a milky-white, creamy, and slightly sour substance from their pharyngeal glands. This substance is the royal jelly, which only the queen bee can eat. With a body about twice as big as that of the workers and a long lifespan of 3 to 5 years, the queen bee deploys its strength to lay about 2,000 eggs every day. Fresh royal jelly is milky white and has a distinctive smell and acid taste. This product is freeze-dried fresh royal jelly in soft gel capsules and an excellent source of nutrients. It contains a balance of over 40 nutritional elements. It is recommended for both beauty and health. Until now, honey and royal jelly have often been confused. However, the two are completely different. If the water that makes up about 20% of honey is excluded, the rest is essentially sugars that give the food its much loved sugary taste. Royal jelly has the particularity of being composed of 65% water, 13% proteins, 10% fats, and 12% other, among which are extremely high contents of vitamins, amino acids, and minerals. It is known as an excellent dietary supplement in which all nutritional ingredients are contained in harmony.
|Ingredients:||Safflower Oil, Dried Royal Jelly, Emulsifier (Beeswax, Glycerin Fatty Acid Ester, Lecithin), Vitamin E, Capsule Material (Gelatin, Glycerin)
(including some soybean)
|Suggested Use:||Take 3-6 capsules daily with cold or lukewarm water.|
|Contents:||115.2g (640mg x 180 capsules)|
|Manufacturer:||Fine Co., Ltd. (Japan)|
|Nutrition Facts (per 3 capsules):||
Potentially allergetic ingredients:
* What's Labeled allergic Ingredients?
The 7 “Allergic substances” shown above are obligated to be labeled as such under the Food Sanitation Law, in Japan.