The Royal Jelly is the food that, the workers provide to the queen and young larvae to become queens.
All larvae receive, royal jelly, for the first 3 days of their life.
After the 3rd day of age, larvae fed with honey and pollen give rise to workers and larvae fed with royal jelly, develop their reproductive and hormonal system, giving rise to queens.
Composition: 17 to 45% are proteins and peptides, free amino acids, enzymes, lipids, minerals and trace elements, vitamins, biopterin and neopterin, hormones and antioxidants.
How to take:
1gr daily, sublingually, for one month, in the morning (as it may interfere with sleep) and should not eat for at least 5 minutes, so that all the royal jelly is absorbed by the sublingual glands.
Perform at least 2 takes annually, in autumn and spring.
In situations related, to previous oncological problems, double or triple the number of daily doses, always preferably in the morning.