Joints ache, memory not what it used to be, body exhausted, blood sugar high?


Try royal jelly capsules

The benefits of royal jelly at an older age:

  • A helper for the exhausted body, royal jelly saturates cells with beneficial substances.
  • Prevents the occurrence of age-related diseases of the joints, relieves their inflammation, promotes healing after injury.
  • Several experiments have found that certain amino acids, fatty acids and phenolic compounds in royal jelly/bee milk contribute to brain and memory function.
  • Helps reduce weakness, fatigue and loss of appetite.
  • Helps strengthen the immune system and promote healthy ageing and longevity. Studies show that, when consumed regularly, beeswax milk can help reduce cholesterol levels and treat high blood pressure.
  • Helps improve blood sugar levels and insulin sensitivity.
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Bee milk is one of the most valuable bee products.

It is also known as Royal Jelly, or the mother bee's nutritional milk. 

Traditional Chinese medicine has been using the bee's milk of the bee's mother for thousands of years to relieve menopausal discomforts, boost estrogen levels and support the reproductive system.

Royal Jelly is essentially a secretion from the glands of a carcass bee used to feed the larvae and adult queens, or queen bees.

The Royal Jelly has a sour-sweet taste. It has been established that dietary fibre contains over 20 amino acids, 10 of which are essential, and a number of B-group vitamins (B1, B2, B3, B6, B8 and B12). C, D and E), abundant in nucleic acids, essential fatty acids and enzyme.

Nutritional yeast is bactericidal - microbes and viruses are destroyed in a relatively short time (10-15 minutes).

A natural tool to promote healthy ageing

Royal jelly improves neurological diseases and has a number of biological properties such as antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, hypotensive, oestrogen-like effects. In recent years, the milk of the mother bee has been reported as a valuable therapeutic agent  for healthy ageing and longevity. 

Studies have shown that beekeeper's milk reduces insulin/insulin-like growth factor-1, a likely mechanism by which it prolongs lifespan. In addition, beekeeper's milk has been found to be beneficial for brain function, including improving memory.


Do not use more than 0.3 grams (300 mg) per day in adults and 0.1 grams (100 mg) per day in children. In two-week courses four times a year.

It should be taken 15 minutes before a meal, under the tongue, not swallowed, allowed to dissolve on its own and not drunk with water.

Bee milk and products containing it should not be used if you have:

  • Substance intolerance, allergies
  • Adrenal diseases
  • Oncological diseases, tumours
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Hypertension
  • Increased blood clotting