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Royal Jelly

Vitamin / Mineral Supplement Overview:
Royal jelly is a milky-white, gelatinous substance secreted by the salivary glands of worker bees to stimulate growth and development of queen bees.

How Royal Jelly Supplement Works in Your Body:
No effects on the body have been proven.
May lengthen life span
May treat bone and joint disorders, such as rheumatoid arthritis
Royal Jelly may protect against leukemia
May contain antibiotic properties
May treat bronchial asthma
Royal Jelly may treat insomnia
May treat liver and kidney disease

Using Royal Jelly:
Available as:
Injection only.

Medical Precautions: Do not take if you:
Are pregnant, there is a possibility you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant in the future.

Consult your Medical Doctor If you:
Take any medicinal drugs or herbs including aspirin, laxatives, cold and cough remedies, antacids, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, supplements, other prescription or non prescription drugs.

More dangers are associated with its use than benefits.
Do not use.

More dangers are associated with its use than benefits.
Do not use.

Infants and Children:
It is hazardous to treat infants and children under 2 with any supplement.

Royal Jelly Vitamin Supplement Storage:
Keep safely away from children.
Store in refrigerator in a tightly sealed container.

Safe Vitamin / Mineral dosage:
To date, there has been no safe dosage established.

Royal Jelly Toxicity:
Information on the comparative-toxicity rating cannot be found in standard references.

Royal Jelly Side Effects:
Signs and symptoms : What to do:
Life-threatening anaphylaxis may follow injections: Symptoms include immediate severe itching, paleness, low blood pressure, loss of consciousness, coma. : Yell for help. Do not leave victim.
Begin CPR (cardio pulmonary resuscitation), mouth-to-mouth breathing and external cardiac massage. Have someone dial emergency. Do not stop CPR until help arrives.


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