- It is recommended to use wooden or plastic spoons when eating royal jelly. If you use metal spoons, chemical changes may occur after long-term storage.
- The nutrients of royal jelly contain natural amino acids, vitamins and 10-hydroxy-2-decenoic acid (10-HDA), etc. As long as the temperature is too high, the nutrients and effects of royal jelly will be reduced, so the low temperature will be a better option.
- Yes, you can mix it with any cold beverage, but not hot beverages.
- The answer is no, royal jelly has a slightly sour taste, which is different from the sweet taste of honey. Fresh royal jelly is light yellow and viscous. It is a paste-like substance with a special sour taste, also a little bit of spicy taste. When the royal jelly is deteriorating, it will turn from milky white to brown, resulting in a more unpleasant smell. If you are afraid to eat royal jelly directly, it is recommended that you can mix it with juice, honey, or any other cold drinks, or even try our royal jelly capsules!
- Current medical research has not confirmed the effect of royal jelly on pregnant women, so it is recommended not to eat royal jelly during pregnancy.
- Royal jelly is recommended to be consumed in the morning or an hour before going to bed.