Complex Apicol Royal Jelly in honey 230gr.
Complex Apicol Royal Jelly in honey – homogenization of the royal jelly in acacia flower honey is the second method of preserving the royal jelly. The homogenized royal jelly in honey combines two of the main products of the hive keeping their benefits.
When the bees decide on a new queen, they choose a larva that they feed with large quantities of royal jelly bee. The difference between the working bee and the bee is given by the royal jelly bee. Life expectancy for the queen is 5 years, a colossal age compared to 42 – 45 working days and responsible for this huge difference is the queen.
Royal jelly is a complex compound, consisting of water (50%–60%), proteins (18%), carbohydrates (15%), lipids (3%–6%), trace minerals, water-soluble vitamins, free amino acids, and many other less well-characterized compounds . Proteins represent the most important portion of royal jelly. Royal jelly contains a family of proteins called major royal jelly proteins, which play an essential nutritional role in the diet of the queen bee.
Acacia honey is produced by bees who pollinate the flowers of the black locust tree, native to North America and Europe. It’s said to boast several health benefits, which are likely attributed to its high antioxidant content.
What is acacia honey?
Acacia honey is derived from the nectar of the Robinia pseudoacacia flower, commonly known as the black locust or false acacia tree.This unique honey is typically labeled and sold as acacia honey in Europe but is commonly found as American acacia or locust honey in the United States.Compared with traditional honey, it’s often much lighter in color, appearing almost transparent.It has a flower-like aroma and sweet, delicate flavor.
Conveniently, acacia honey remains liquid longer and crystallizes much slower than traditional honey. This is likely due to its higher fructose content.
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Honey, royal jelly 2%.
Weight of jar + honey: 430g.
Made in Romania.
About the manufacturer:
Complex Apicol – 50 years on the Romanian Market. The story started in 1957, when Professor Veceslav Harnaj and a few friends, beekeepers who were passionate, founded the Beekeepers’ Association. It was the first association of the guild of beekeepers in Romania. In 1965, also from Professor Veceslav Harnaj’s plans, the Apicol Baneasa Combinator was established, under today’s name: Veceslav Harnaj Complex Apicol.