Complex Apicol Lyophilized Royal Jelly Bee 2gr.
When the bees decide on a new queen, they choose a larva they feed with large quantities of royal jelly bee. The difference between the working bee and the bee is given by the royal jelly.
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.
The box contains 2g Complex Apicol lyophilized royal jelly, necessary for a 10 day cure with royal jelly, divided into 10 ampoules with royal jelly and 10 ampoules of solvent.
Lyophilization of the royal jelly is performed according to scientific methods that will ensure a stabilized preparation, under optimal conditions to preserve all the properties of the royal jelly intact.
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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.
For consumption, open a bottle of royal jelly jug and a bottle of solvent at the same time. Using the pipette, remove the solvent and place it in the vial with a royal jelly jug which is shaken until the royal jelly is completely dissolved. Content is consumed sublingually before breakfast. After a 2g treatment of royal jelly, a break of 7-10 days is made. In an annual treatment will be given 10-12 grams of royal jelly for adults and 5-6 grams for children under 10 years.
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.