Organic Royal Jelly

Organic Royal Jelly

We’re asked a lot whether or not our royal jelly is organic, and the same question is asked of bee pollen and propolis. It isn’t possible to certify royal jelly as organic, in the same way as one might certify a food product. To understand why, one has to...
Royal Jelly and its Potential Benefits to the Immune System

Royal Jelly and its Potential Benefits to the Immune System

Nurse bees, baby bees that feed the newly-laid larva, produce a rich, milky substance called royal jelly. They produce this substance and give it to the larvae for their first three days after their creation. After that, the only larvae that get royal jelly are the...

Royal Jelly – Fit for a queen or queen to be?

Hey! Just added a short story on royal jelly and how it’s fit for a Queen. We all know how and why royal jelly is used around the hive and how it’s the source of nourishment for Her Royal Highness the Queen Bee, but, well….here it is again ! –...

Royalactin, the hidden ingredient in royal jelly.

What is it exactly about the substance royal jelly that allows it to transform normal bee larvae into the all-powerful Queen bee, and is it applicable or useful outside of the hive? Up until quite recently royal jelly has contained a ‘mysterious’ and...

Royal Jelly and Fertility

Royal jelly obviously affects fertility in bees but research at the Biotechnology Research Center in Toyoma, Japan found that royalactin also affected the reproductive ability of fruit flies, a distant relative of the honeybee.   The coinciding factor appeared to be...