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Royal Jelly

  • The use of metallic utensils should be avoided.
    Metal easily produces chemical changes, which may have adverse effects. It is safer to use spoons made out of wood or plastic.
    When using an unwashed spoon to scoop up the Royal Jelly in its container, it will easily deteriorate or ferment and that is the most suitable breeding ground for bacteria to develop.
  • Royal Jelly is rich in proteins, sugars, vitamins, minerals, etc. These are the main food for bees and can easily deteriorate and decay. 
    High temperatures will easily deteriorate the Royal Jelly. If attention is not paid to hygiene during the gathering of the Royal Jelly, not only will the freshness significantly reduce, it will also mix with various bacteria from the outside that will deteriorate the quality. It has the same safety reasons of why fresh fish and meats need cold storage.
  • Yes, they can! Children should only consume half the amount of adults.
  • Yes. You can mix it with any beverage, except for hot beverages.
  • No, the taste of Royal Jelly itself is sour. It tastes like sour cheese or yogurt. If you don’t like the taste, we suggest you drink it with juice, honey, cold beverages or warm water under 40°C. Fresh Royal Jelly can be light yellow and slightly shiny or milk white and slightly sticky. It is a strong and sticky paste. It has a particular sour taste with a spicy sensation. It is very different when compared to the sweet smell of honey. Sometimes the bad smell is due to the differences of each person and because of deterioration. However, this is not always the case. Fresh Royal Jelly will stimulate the tongue. Deteriorated Royal jelly will turn brown, decay and have an awful smell.
  • Of course! The amino acids found in Royal Jelly are very helpful to the development of the baby’s brain. Not only are the various vitamins and active proteins good for the baby, it also enables the mother to easily absorb nutritional supplements!
  • Take one teaspoon of Royal Jelly with juice or beverages under 40°C in the morning on an empty stomach or before going to bed.