Universal Peking Royal Jelly 30x10ml
Universal Peking Royal Jelly
Contains Many Vitamins, Minerals, Enzymes And Amino Acids Royal Jelly Has Antibiotic & Anti-Bacterial Properties Combats Fatigue & Stress Supports Immune System Easy To Take Liquid Vials The State Council of China in 1986 awarded this product from Harbin, China with the Gold Medal for its superior quality. Nurse bees are charged with taking care of the queen bee, an important part of ensuring the viability of the hive. They produce royal jelly from honey and bee pollen, as the sole source of nutrition for the queen. It must be a very nutritious substance in order to provide the queen bee with enough energy to continually reproduce. Royal jelly contains a long list of vitamins, including B5 and B6, minerals, enzymes and amino acids. It has antibiotic and antibacterial components. Royal Jelly Most interesting is that it is the only natural source of acetylcholine. Acetylcholine is a human brain chemical that aids in memory. Royal jelly is recommended by natural health practitioners for a variety of concerns including asthma, colds and flus, liver disease, pancreatitis, stomach ulcers, bone fractures, skin disorders, kidney disease, insomnia and age related cognitive decline. Royal jelly can be purchased fresh or encapsulated. Royal jelly must be mixed with honey to preserve it. Fresh royal jelly should be in an airtight container and be kept refrigerated. Royal jelly is often found in combination with other bee products, like bee pollen and propolis, or in formulas for energy or immune boosting. It may also be added to cosmetic products. Do not use royal jelly if you are allergic to bees. To ensure that you do not react to royal jelly take a small amount first and watch for signs of any reaction. They can include rash, hives, wheezing and swelling. What is an Adaptogenic Herb? Adaptogenic herbs tend to normalize body functions, and when the job is completed, they are eliminated or incorporated into the body without any side effects. Adaptogenic herbs are especially useful in times of increased stress, lowered immunity and lessened vitality. Some excellent adaptogenic herbs include garlic, ginseng, echinacea, ginkgo, goldenseal and pau'darco. Energy Picture your body as a machine. In order to get your body to work your body needs fuel or food. It then transports that fuel to each cell. Inside each cell are little engines called mitochondria. They take in the fuel and process it to release energy. The energy is used to power all cell processes and is the ultimate source of your body's energy. Another body system that impacts on energy is the glandular system. Picture it as the fuel injector of your body. It regulates what fuel gets into the body, which cells get the fuel and in what amounts. The blood cells are also a critical component of the body's energy system. They carry oxygen, a catalyst for many cell activities, around the body. Lack of energy can be attributed to many causes. All of these causes must negatively impact on our body's ability to get fuel into the body, inhibit the mitochondria's ability to turn it into energy or alter the functioning of the hormonal and blood system. Poor nutrition impacts on energy in obvious ways. If your body does not have enough raw materials to provide for it's functioning than you will feel fatigued. The standard North American diet is deficient in vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids. It is high in saturated fat, refined carbohydrates and chemical additives and preservatives. These substances not only do not give your body usable energy, but they also inhibit the use of good quality food by depleting enzymes and hormones necessary for energy conversion. The body must also deal with the toxic by-products of foods like bleached flour and sugar, artificial sweeteners and flavours and trans-fatty acids. Energy expenditure is funnelled towards detoxification of these substances instead of growth, cell replication and metabolism.