Two Awesome Benefits of Royal Jelly

ekamelev-728828-unsplashEach month we like to highlight a couple of amazing benefits of Royal Jelly, one of the most powerful ingredients in our Golden Royal Honey. This month we’re going to take a look at how Royal Jelly can help you have clear, soft, radiant skin. We’ll also discuss how research has shown that Royal Jelly is an effective natural remedy for lowering your blood pressure.

But first, in case you’re not sure what Royal Jelly is…

It is a substance secreted from the glands of worker bees. Rich in vitamins, minerals and amino acids, Royal Jelly is like bee super food and what the queen bee eats exclusively, and why she grows so much larger and lives so much longer than regular worker bees.

If you want to know what Royal Jelly can do for you, keep reading!

Get Glowing Skin with Royal Jelly

Summer’s in full swing, which means there are still week’s left of warm weather and wearing less clothes. And the less clothes you wear, the more skin you show and the better you want it to look!

But not all of us were born with flawless skin. Some of us have dry patches and/or little red bumps here and there. We’re human, not perfect supermodels.

Though we may be mere mortals, we can still have beautiful skin once we know a few tricks. We all know about hydration for beautiful skin – that’s a good trick.

But do you know about Royal Jelly?

How Can Royal Jelly Help Your Skin?

For centuries, different cultures around the world have highly prized Royal Jelly for its numerous health benefits. Royal Jelly is known to help heal skin while moisturizing and giving it needed nutrients.

This creamy white bee product is chock full of complex B vitamins, amino acids, fatty acids, minerals, enzymes, natural antibiotic properties, and antibacterial properties. Royal jelly is also known for its anti-aging benefits because of its ability to lower cholesterol and decrease inflammation.

It has antibiotic properties and has been used to treat wounds.

If you have sensitive, dry skin or skin that’s prone to eczema and rashes, give Royal Jelly a try.

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Lower Your Blood Pressure with Royal Jelly

Let’s face it, life isn’t always easy. Between working more hours than we should, dealing with awful commutes, scrambling to pay the bills and still trying to make time for real human connections, many of us feel overwhelmed and stressed to the max.

As if the feeling of being stressed weren’t bad enough, stress can wreak havoc on our physical bodies. When we feel stressed, our body releases stress hormones like cortisol and adrenaline as part of the “fight or flight” response.

These hormones get us ready to either fight or run like heck by making us more alert and getting our heart to beat faster thereby pump blood to our muscles quicker.

When this hormonal response happens day after day after day, the result is often high blood pressure, and that increases your risk of heart disease and stroke.

That’s the bad news. But the good news is, Royal Jelly can naturally lower your blood pressure, decreasing your chances of developing other deadly diseases.

Royal Jelly is the richest known natural source of vitamin B5, which lowers stress, and also provides other B vitamins plus vitamins A, C, D and E. Royal jelly also provides 20 amino acids, essential fatty acids, and important minerals such as potassium, calcium, zinc, iron and manganese.

But the main blood pressure lowering ingredients in Royal Jelly are short chains of amino acids, known as peptides, which block the effects of ACE (angiotensin converting enzymes). ACE is a powerful constrictor of blood vessels, and by blocking its action, constricted blood vessels can dilate to help reduce hypertension. This is the same mechanism used by prescribed ACE inhibitor drugs. But Royal Jelly is much safer because if has no nasty side effects.

If you’d like to naturally lower your blood pressure, try Royal Jelly for yourself.

 

 

 

 

*Always speak to your healthcare provider before starting any new treatment or protocol.

 

 

 

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