Directions for use
What is Royal Jelly?
Its produced by Bees
Royal Jelly is a substance produced by young worker bees (bees between five and fourteen days old). Usually called “bee milk” in the beekeeping industry, royal jelly is required for the development of larvae which are all fed the same way until the third day.
Only the larvae selected to become queens will be fed royal jelly after the third day. This pearl of the Beehive becomes the Queen’s only food and helps her live for five years, on average.
As for the larvae, their initial weight increases 1800 times in just a few days. That shows how nourishing Royal Jelly is for bees!
The pale yellow, strong-smelling substance contains:
- trace elements