Kura Royal Jelly

Kura Royal Jelly

STRENGTH: 500 mg
FORM: 60 Capsules

Benefits

Promotes growth and development.
Useful in the treatment of blood deficiencies.
Has anti-tumor properties.
Supports wound healing.
Has an anti-depressive, anti-anxiety effect.
Rejuvenates the aged, sick, or weak.
Facilitates fertility and can reverse impotence.
Promotes sexual vitality and rejuvenation.
Regulates and balances hormones.
Useful in the treatment of malnutrition in children.
Useful in the treatment of arthritis.
Useful in the treatment of wasting diseases.
Useful in the treatment of varicose veins.
Useful in the treatment of clogged arteries.

Royal Jelly has been used as a health remedy for hundreds of years in many places around the world. It is made by nurse bees who break down pollen and mix it with the secretions from their own systems, and then concentrate it before they give it to the queen bee. Royal Jelly is extremely nutrient dense, and for this reason it is the sole food of the queen bee. This allows her to live almost 50 times longer than the rest of the bees in the hive.

As an energy and nutritive tonic in humans it has a very similar effect on the body to that of bee pollen, but has a stronger effect on the glandular systems and reproductive systems in both women and men. Other therapeutic effects of Royal Jelly include: effectively treating malnutrition in children, arthritis, wasting diseases, varicose veins and clogging of the arteries. It has been shown to promote the growth and development of those who use it on a regular basis, and is useful in the treatment of blood deficiencies as well as many other out right pathological states.

Royal Jelly contains a powerful antibacterial protein and is primarily effective against "gram-positive" bacteria, which includes the Staph and Strep species, and even appears to have anti-tumor properties. It contains at least 20 amino acids, 8 of which are essential and 5 unidentified related compounds. Royal jelly also contains the nucleic acids RNA and DNA. In studies using animals, the lifespan of those that were treated with Royal Jelly were extended by about one-fifth. And in animals that had tumors, the size of the tumors decreased in size by one-half, compared to animals that were left untreated. In another study at the University of Toronto where mice were pretreated with Royal Jelly, and then were injected with cancer cells, all the pretreated mice remained alive and healthy for the entire 12 month follow-up period. The mice left untreated, or who were treated upon diagnosis died within 12 days. So...the key to this product's effectiveness is...PRETREATMENT! Developing the habit of using Royal Jelly daily as a preventive health therapy, instead of waiting for sickness to develop has been shown to be an effective treatment plan for a number of health problems. There are multiple health claims that attest to the benefits to taking Royal Jelly, many are backed by substantial amounts of research.

Royal Jelly contains:
- Vitamins A,C,D,E and many more of the B vitamins.
- Trace minerals, calcium and iron, and natural hormones.
- All of the essential amino acids our bodies need but cannot produce on their own.
- Acetylcholine.
- Ecanoic acid (antibiotic abilities).
- Gamma globulin (fights infection and stimulates the immune system).

This wonder serum has many illness preventing benefits that will help to maintain, and or restore your health.

REFERENCES:

Hanza SM, Aod El-Wahab SM, Shehata MM, Mohamed TR. Investigation of royal jelly Part I. Vitamin content of royal jelly and effect on hepatic vitamin levels in male and female rats. Egypt J Pharm Sci 1979; 20:36573.
Vittek J. Effect of royal jelly on serum lipids in experimental animals and humans with atherosclerosis. Experientia 1995;51:92735
Pejcev P, Chadzijev V, Mikiforov N, et al. Results of the combined use of some bee products, honey, royal jelly and pollen to geriatric patients. Folia Med Plovdiv 1966; 8:32933.
Kaczor M, Koltec A, Matuszewski J. The effect of royal jelly on blood lipids in atheromatic patients. Polski Tygod Lek 1962; 17:1404.
Thien FCK, Leung R, Baldo BA, et al. Asthma and anaphylaxis induced by royal jelly. Clin Exp Allergy 1996; 26:21622.