Royal jelly has nutritive, biotic and bacteriostatic properties. It is a treasury of vitamins. More than twenty macro- and micronutrients supporting vital body forces have been found in. Milk contains 24 amino acids, enzymes, inhibitors, hormones (especially growth hormones). It has a strengthening effect, removes fatigue, increases work efficiency. It improves mood and concentration of attention.
Royal jelly regulates metabolic processes. It has also been used in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases and inflammations of the gall bladder, pancreas, liver and large intestine. It effectively reduces the level of glucose in the blood. In elderly patients, royal jelly improves appetite, improves memory and vision. It lowers serum cholesterol and significantly reduces blood pressure. Royal jelly is also used to treat kidney and adrenal insufficiency.
Royal jelly has found application in the treatment of dermatological, rheumatic and ophthalmological diseases. They are used in the treatment of hard-healing wounds, pressure ulcers, burns, ulcers. It significantly improves the condition in rheumatoid inflammation and ankylosing spondylitis. It effectively counteracts arthritis and diseases consisting in the deposition of uric acid and its salts in the joints.
Royal jelly has a very wide application in cosmetics. We can find them in the composition of creams, balms and fluids. They can be used for all skin types. Cosmetics containing this product stimulate cellular metabolism and normalize the activity of sebaceous glands. The milk has a beneficial toning effect on the skin and improves its hydration and elasticity. Its content in cosmetic preparations varies from 0.5 to 10 percent. Bee jelly can also be used successfully to treat alopecia areata.
Dosage of frozen milk jelly:
adults - 1 spatula (about 200 mg) daily for 3-4 weeks (on an empty stomach in the morning). Two treatments are recommended during the year.
in temp -15 to -20 degrees Celsius for a period of 2 years,
in a refrigerator (0 to 5 degrees Celsius) - 14 days,
at room temperature - up to 72 hours