Our Superfood natural supplements that you can use in any food even as a spice or in any drink are also effective to restore your health or be used as a preventative to have a healthy and happy life full of positive energy.
The ingredients are exclusively from plants or mushrooms that have been dried and ground and mixed to obtain the specific effectiveness and are absolutely free of any chemicals. (Тhey are also great for your pets)
Our recommendation for a standard dose of consumption is half a teaspoon once or twice a day.
Lyophilized Royal Jelly Specifications
|Product Name||lyophilized royal jelly|
|Pesticide Residues||Complies with EU and NOP Food Regulation|
|Certification||ECOCERT Organic, GMP, ISO9001, HACCP,FDA,HALAL, KOSHER|
- Herbal Extract
- Royal Jelly Extract
- Whole herb
- Extraction Type:
- Liquid-Solid Extraction
- Drum, Plastic Container
- Place of Origin:
- Cosmetic & Food grade
- Brand Name:
- Model Number:
- 911healty-Royal Jelly Lyophilized Powder
- Product Name:
- Royal Jelly Lyophilized Powder
- Main function:
- Light yellow Powder
- Shelf life:
- 2 Years
- Decenoic acid 2%
Chronic Kidney Disease
Some studies suggest that royal jelly, taken alone or in combination with other herbal supplements, may improve function and limit additional damage in people living with chronic kidney disease.
A 2021 study that looked at 20 people diagnosed with renal failure found that royal jelly, used along with various other remedies including a Middle Eastern tree resin called Gum olibanum, was able to reduce creatinine and urea concentration levels.
Other researchers have found protective effects when royal jelly is used in treating people with renal cell carcinoma (kidney cancer).
Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)
Preliminary research suggests that royal jelly may help reduce the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS). In a 2014 study published in Complementary Therapies in Medicine, 110 female university students with PMS were given either 1,000 mg of royal jelly or a placebo. Treatment started on the first day of menstruation and continued through two menstrual cycles.
After two cycles, women in the royal jelly group had more than a 50% reduction in their PMS symptom score, while women in the placebo group had less than a 5% decrease.
Studies on how royal jelly might promote wound healing have delivered mixed results. Some researchers say applying a topical royal jelly to the skin can improve healing with wounds such as foot ulcers in diabetics.
Hypercholesterolemia (high cholesterol) is a concerning disorder linked to atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), heart attack, and stroke.
In a small study published in Gynecological Endocrinology, 36 postmenopausal women given 150 mg of royal jelly daily experienced a 7.7% increase in HDL (“good”) cholesterol, as well as a 4.1% decrease in LDL (“bad”) cholesterol and a 3.1% drop in total cholesterol.
Similar results were achieved in a 2017 study in Pharmaceutical Biology in which 40 adults with mild hypercholesterolemia were given either a placebo or 350 mg of royal jelly daily. After three months, LDL and total cholesterol levels were reduced in the royal jelly group.
Possible Side Effects
Despite the FDA’s concerns, royal jelly is generally considered safe and well-tolerated when used appropriately. Studies have shown that royal jelly may be taken in daily doses of up to 1,000 mg for three months with no notable side effects.