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Royal Jelly

NPN: 80080142

Premium, high potency Royal Jelly.


Premium, high potency Royal Jelly for a new and energized you.

  • Often compared as the “Fountain of Youth” and a “Nutritive Tonic” around parts of Asia
  • Natural source of micro-vitamins and minerals that acts as a fortifying tonic for the body.
  • Sourced sustainably without pesticides from the US

500mg | 120 softgel capsules

Ailments can be cured naturally…why not encourage your body to be it’s best? -Tom Chin

Features Ingredients

Royal Jelly has always been associated with the Queen Bee in terms of the nutritive jelly given to younger bees for growth and development.

In a capsule form, Royal Jelly is a nutrient-rich superfood that supports overall good health, for the heart and mind. Royal Jelly combines well with other vitamin and nutrient-rich substances like Maca to provide an all-in-one nutritive tonic for the body.


RECOMMENDED USE OR PURPOSE: Supports healthy cholesterol level.

Royal Jelly 3:1 Extract (Secretion (Apis mellifera)) ………………… 167 mg
(Standardized to contain 6% of 10-HDA (10-Hydroxy-2-Decenoic Acid))
(Equivalent to 500 mg of Royal Jelly)

Beeswax, Lecithin, Soybean Oil, Gelatin, Glycerin, Purified Water.

Take 2 softgel capsules per day with meals and a glass of water.

DURATION OF USE: Up to 4 weeks, consult a health care practitioner for prolonged use.

CAUTIONS: Do not use if you have a history of asthma or allergies, atopy or dermatitis; are taking warfarin; are pregnant or breastfeeding; are allergic to royal jelly or bee products; or are prone to allergic reactions.

CONTAINS NO: Dairy, egg, artificial preservatives, colours, yeast, artificial sweeteners, wheat, gluten, or corn.”;}}

Royal Jelly is known as a royal food for a queen bee. The queen bee eats nothing but this royal perfect food throughout her adult life, and can live eight to ten times as long as the worker bee, which typically has a lifespan of only about 2-3 months.