Video: ❶ Royal Jelly: Composition, Application, Treatment And Contraindications
Royal jelly is a beekeeping product, along with honey and propolis. Bees feed their offspring with it in the first days of life. Royal jelly has very useful and valuable properties; thanks to it, the larva grows 1500 times in the first day of life. Royal jelly has not yet been fully studied, but the result of its use is simply amazing. Location: Location:
Royal jelly resembles sour cream, it can be cream or white. It contains proteins that are close to blood plasma, carbohydrates (fructose and glucose), amino acids that resemble the composition of milk, meat and eggs. Royal jelly contains lysine, glutamine, gamma globulin, which have antibacterial and antiviral functions. In addition, it contains B vitamins, vitamin E, PP, pantothenic acid, iron, zinc, manganese, potassium, sodium, phosphorus, etc. In total, royal jelly contains more than 400 components.
Due to this content, royal jelly is used in medicine, cosmetology, and the production of biologically active food supplements. It is used in the treatment and prevention of influenza, angina pectoris, arthritis, hypertension and hypotension, bronchial asthma, exhaustion of the body and menopause.
As a measure of influenza prevention, it is necessary to put 20-40 mg of royal jelly under the tongue 3 times a day for 2-3 weeks. Or you can use a mixture of alcohol and royal jelly. To do this, you need to take 20 parts of 45% alcohol per 1 part of royal jelly, mix and take 2-3 times a day before meals.
With menopause, royal jelly is mixed with honey (2 grams of milk per 100 grams of honey). This medicine should be used 1 teaspoon every morning.
To normalize the pressure, 20 mg of royal jelly is placed under the tongue 3 times a day for 3 weeks.
Royal jelly is found in many cosmetics. It can be added to face cream, then it will be much more effective. In this case, you need to store it in the refrigerator, and before using it, you should steam your face so that the pores open and absorb all the beneficial properties of royal jelly.
However, despite all the beneficial properties, royal jelly has a number of contraindications. It should not be used by people who are allergic to beekeeping products, as well as those with kidney and adrenal diseases, acute infectious diseases.
You can not use royal jelly in large quantities: more than 100 mg per day for adults and 5-10 mg for children. An overdose of it can cause increased heart rate, insomnia, and dry mouth. Royal jelly is best used in the morning and should not be taken at night, as it has a stimulating effect and can cause sleep disturbances.