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Royal Jelly serves a fascinating role in nature. In a little understood process, a queen bee is created on a diet of royal jelly. This queen will outlive her peers 40 times, grow 150% the size of a normal worker bee and maintain an amazing schedule, laying up to twice her own weight in eggs each day. Royal Jelly has been harvested and used by people of many cultures for thousands of years.
Please note, this product has been discontinued by the manufacturer and may not be available for retail purchase.
|Product: ||Royal Jelly|
|Brand: ||GNC (More Products)|
|Size: ||90 Softgels|
|Dosage: ||1 capsule daily|
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1 Customer Reviews
The Queen Bee CAN HAVE IT!
by Yvonne Werda-Woodstock, C.Ht.
This supplement was SO FORGETTABLE that I literally had forgotten all about it until I saw it here again. Then it all came back to me.
In my reading, some time back, I had come across the claimed wonders of Royal Jelly. It sounded convincing and amazing for everything from antiaging properties to energy, depression, and much more. I was excited about trying it.
The ONLY reason I am even giving it 1.5 stars is I believe it DOES contain B vitamins etc., and other nutrients, although truthfully, I couldn't tell from taking these AT ALL, and I CAN FEEL the difference from the B vitamin supplements I take now. I felt NO increase in energy or any other difference and after a few days, my skin kept feeling itchy.
Coincidentally, I had an unrelated doctpr's apptointment and mentioned it and the doctor said that it wasn't uncommon for people to have allergic reactions to royal jelly. Some people even had been known to have severe reactions so BE CAREFUL OUT THERE! If you want to try it, start in small doses gradually to be on the safe side. My doctor also mentioned for me NOT to give any to my son who ias asthma, as that can be dangerous.
I didn't end up finishing the bottle between no noticable benefits and itchy skin. It sounded Too good to be true on paper and in my experience , it WAS. Just a royal waste.They should have let the poor Queen bee keep it.