Honey and royal jelly have been known for their healing ingredients since ancient times. The latest scientific research confirms the beneficial effect of royal jelly and the preparations based on royal jelly against many illnesses and ailments, while, on the other hand, contemporary medicine has not yet found adequate cures for these diseases.
There has existed an eminent interest of the royal jelly composition and a lot of researchers have not left their interest till nowadays. The substance can be, according to the present analysis, divided into 8 groups.
V e r g e and D e r e v I c I o v á with collectives found out that the royal jelly, diluted 1:10, is toxic for some influenza viruses’ tribes (A and B). By us, V i t t e k and M a l ý pointed to some healing effects when some diseases are cured (herpes simplex, veruces).
Q u e r r e r o wanted to investigate antitumor effect of the royal jelly. Therefore he served to experimental animals with epitheliomas every day 50 mg of the royal jelly. He discovered that a significant recession of these tumors started.
The first pioneers who researched the royal jelly effect on skin were D e c o u r t, S m i t h and others. These authors concur in a positive effect on wrinkles, complexion rejuvenation and support for skin regeneration.
Gelée Royale – protective and regenerative cream. Using of this cream makes the skin regeneration much faster. It also improves the skin functions and it protects skin against adverse conditions.
All bees in the beginning of their life cycle (first 3 days) receive royal jelly in their diet. Later, those worker bees that come into contact with pollen live 6 times longer than other worker bees that do not come into contact with it.
Royal jelly is clear less mass with white to pale yellow color. It has a characteristic aroma and sharp bitter taste with sweet accent. It has a complex chemical structure which is produced by young nurse bees as food for larvae.
Royal jelly is one of most meaningful and least tested BEE’S PRODUCTS. That is a secretion from glands of youngest nurse bees that all larvae use for feeding in the first 2-3 days.
Royal jelly is used in human nutrition and for healing, or mixed with honey (most often in ratio 1:100)m or diluted in 45% alcohol.