It is the ideal complement for those subject to physical and intellectual efforts, for asthenia and also to help regulate sexual disorders. It is helpful in the growth and development of children and babies. It is generally recommended for anyone wishing to achieve greater resistance to fatigue and illness, or need to balance deficiencies in their diets.
• Royal Jelly strengthens the immune system. • Regulates the neurovegetative system. • Helps reduce cholesterol. • Applied externally, it works as an anti-inflammatory and has healing and antibiotic properties. • Royal Jelly improves fertility in both men and women.
The only work of the worker bees of 5 to 15 days-old "sucklers" is feeding the larvae and queen of the hive. They do it with royal jelly, a thick, viscous ivory colored liquid that their hypopharyngeal glands produce. The worker bees and drones receive royal jelly from egg hatching until their third day of life, the queen bee is fed only with royal jelly throughout her life. The difference in their feeding is reflected in their longevity and fertility. They are born from identical eggs. The queen is born on the fifteenth day, workers on the twenty-first. The queen is fertile and during a life that can last up to five years, lays more than one million eggs, about 2,000 a day. On the other hand, the worker bees live 50 days under normal conditions and are sterile. Suckler bees leave royal jelly deposited in the cells, especially in the queen cells, where one obtains the highest quality Royal Jelly, Royal Jelly that Mielar offers you; better and fresher.
Taking advantage of the peculiarity of bees that raise several queen bees at the same time, one can obtain large amounts of Royal Jelly.
Mielars Royal jelly is harvested by aspiration in queen cells. A simple method that enables the filtering of impurities and ensures the best hygienic conditions. Then it is stored and protected from light at a low temperature.
Lyophilization is a dehydration technique that involves freezing Royal Jelly from -50 ° C to -80 ° C then sublimates it into a vacuum chamber. The water goes directly from solid to gas, and leaves the dry matter with a moisture content of 2 to 4%, and conserves all nutritional value.
The amount depends on ones state and the results one wishes to achieve. Under normal conditions, the recommended amount is 0.5 g daily for 20 to 30 days, alternating and repeating the procedure several times a year, especially in the changing seasons. Higher intakes of more than 1 g daily, is recommended in special cases and under the supervision of dietitians and health professionals.
FRESH ROYAL JELLY In packs of 20, 50 and 100g. The ideal way of assimilating Royal Jelly, is to take it in the morning on an empty stomach by placing it under the tongue. A small amount is sufficient, similar to that of a grain of corn. Keep cold.
ROYAL JELLY WITH HONEY Mixed with its most related element, honey, it maintains its beneficial properties at room temperature. Its flavor is neutralized by the honey, usually Orange Blossom Honey. Presented in 500g jars with 2% Fresh Royal Jelly, each tablespoon contains about 1 / 2 g of royal jelly. Ideal for children, alone or mixed.
LYOPHILIZED It is ideal for maintaining a strict dose control, and for frequent travelers.
DRINKABLE AMPOULES They provide a daily dosage. 1500 mg of royal jelly sweetened with fructose and 500 mg of royal jelly sweetened with honey.
APICOMPLET The apicomplet are combinations of bee products targeting specific needs. Royal Jelly with Ginseng, Propolis, etc. Discover the Apicomplet products and their benefits during particular times of year.
Factors such as the extraction method, race, age, sucklers feed, climate, location and time of harvest, influence the composition and can determine for the quality of Royal Jelly.
Royal Jelly owes its nutritional value to the presence of:
• Amino acids: aspartic acid, glutamic acid, alanine, arginine, cystine, phenylalanine, valine, glycine, isoleucine, histidine, leucine, lysine, methionine, proline, serine, taurine, tyrosine, threonine and tryptophan. • Vitamins: B1 (thiamin), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B5 (pantothenic acid), B6 (pyridoxine), B7 (Inositol), B8 (biotin), B9 (folic acid), B12 (cyanocobalamin) A, C, D and E. • Minerals: calcium, copper, iron, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, silicon and sulfur. • Other substances such as acetylcholine and acids 10-hidroxidecanoico (HDA) and 10-hidroxidecenoico (HDE), give antibiotic and antifungal activity and facilitate its conservation and is currently measured to assess its quality and freshness.