Royal Jelly

Royal Jelly

Origin

Proteins (royalsin): have an antibacterial effect. Essential amino acids: are rich in essential amino acids for the proper function of the organism. Complex of vitamins (especially B vitamins) and minerals: important for the cell metabolism. Organic acids: have a bacteriostatic and antifungal action Fatty acid (10-hydroxy-2-decenoic acid): considered a substance with antibacterial properties and used as a marker to verify the quality of pure and natural royal jelly. Neopterin: plays an essential role in the immune system. Sugars (comparable to honey): contribute to the nutritional content. Acetylcholine: essential neurotransmitter for the central nervous system.

Used part

Royal jelly is used as a component in a certain number of skincare products and natural beauty products. In traditional medicine, royal jelly is used to stimulate recovery, to protect the liver and as an immunomodulator. Since it is considered to stimulate and tone, it is often applied to obtain a sensation of well-being.

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