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Royal Jelly - The food of Queens

Consumed for centuries by ancient world leaders, from Chinese Emperors to Pharaohs and Queens it has been a valued substance for hundreds of years. In many ways Royal Jelly is viewed as an exclusive product, reserved for royalty.

Royal Jelly Ma’am?

Where does Royal Jelly come from and why do queen bees thrive on it? Royal Jelly is a milky substance produced by worker bees to feed their queen. Often over-fed on the jelly, it’s an essential source of nutrition throughout her life and it’s what helps her retain her crown. It’s packed with protein and even used to sustain the young in the first days of their life – just like a mother’s milk. It’s so called due to the queen’s royal status and also because of the protein in this jelly known as ‘royalactin’.

The immune boosting benefits of a royal diet

Royal Jelly is the only food consumed by queen bees and is packed full of protein, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and trace elements. This is a substance which can be beneficial addition to any diet.

Appreciated for its ability to boost immunity, Royal Jelly is also known for:

  • Containing a variety of nutrients, including protein which is essential for muscle building, repair and renewal
  • Helping to lower blood pressure
  • Easing the symptoms caused by PMS
  • Improving the appearance of skin – when consumed and also when applied as a cream
  • Reducing inflammation

Is Royal Jelly an alternative to honey?

Royal Jelly is made up of mostly of water. It is much higher in protein and lower in sugars than honey. Standard honey is made up of a whopping 80% sugar. Derived from floral nectar, honey does have many well-documented health benefits. It’s more easily sourced and more readily available, therefore widely accepted as consumable in countless ways.

Used in various recipes and dishes the world over as a natural sweetener, honey, like it’s more regal cousin, is appreciated for multiple health benefits, such as:

  • Fighting any excess cholesterol
  • Lowering your blood pressure
  • Regulating your heartbeat
  • Helping to remedy digestive issues
  • Alleviating hay fever, cough, cold and sore throat symptoms

How do I consume Royal Jelly?

Once sourced from the bees Royal Jelly is turned into a consumable product for humans. It takes the form of an actual gel-type product, can be a paste, a liquid and the easiest of all forms, as capsules (of course we would say that, but it’s true).

We’ve been manufacturing health food supplements since 1972 and are proud to offer our own Royal Jelly product in capsule form. Our Power Health Bumbles® Royal Gellee capsules contain 500mg of fresh royal jelly. Bumbles Royal Gellee from Power Health is extra special. Our Royal Gellee is harvested and then purified, before being flown directly to us. Without being freeze dried means it’s fresh on arrival. It’s naturally rich in trans-10-hydroxy-2-decenoic acid (HDA).

The capsules are so easy to take, it’s just one a day and we supply capsules in a variety of sizes:

  • 30 capsules - £12.28
  • 60 capsule - £23.26
  • 90 capsules - £30.92
  • 1000 capsules – £299.59

You can find a stockist - or we offer free standard delivery in the UK on all orders over £30, click and collect directly from our HQ and we ship internationally.