How To Take Royal Jelly
Many substances are derived from bees, the most beneficial of which includes royal jelly - a natural product which strengthens the immune system and boasts a number of health-boosting properties. There are several ways of taking this, as we'll explain in more detail in this OneHowTo article on how to take royal jelly, no matter what format you use: fresh royal jelly, capsules or vials.
What is royal jelly?
First, it is important to know what royal jelly is exactly before taking it, as it is not widely known. Royal jelly is a viscous white or yellowish liquid, bittern in taste and produced by bees in the cells of the honeycomb. Its real purpose is to serve to nourish bee larvae and the queen.
How to take fresh royal jelly
One way to take royal jelly is in its natural state, i.e. just as it is found in the honeycomb, this is why it's known as fresh royal jelly. However, the jelly is very difficult to preserve in this natural state, which is why there are other forms available on the market such as frozen or powdered.
If you choose to eat fresh royal jelly raw, you could do so with a spoon, preferably on an empty stomach on waking, or let it dissolve under your tongue. The right amount would be half a teaspoonful per day.
How to take royal jelly vials
Royal jelly can also come in the form of sold in vials, available in health food stores, dietitians an pharmacies. You just have to dissolve the vial in water, mix it and take it directly.
Make sure you don't take more than one per day.
How to take royal jelly capsules
Another good way of taking royal jelly is in capsule form, ideal for those who do not like the taste but still want to benefit from all of its medicinal properties. There are different capsule dosage, but you should not take more than 1000 milligrams a day. Read the dosage of each capsule in the product's box carefully.
You can also buy royal jelly pills in health food stores, pharmacies or dietitians, which are taken with a glass of water.
This article is merely informative, oneHOWTO does not have the authority to prescribe any medical treatments or create a diagnosis. We invite you to visit your doctor if you have any type of condition or pain.
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- If you want to reduce the taste of royal jelly, mix the recommended dose with other foods or ingredients such as lemon water, jam or honey.
- It is recommendable not to use royal jelly for more than 30 consecutive days. Make sure you stop taking them after this time for at least 30 more days.