Royal Jelly 150mg Capsules
Just think: while you’ve been having trouble getting pregnant, many kinds of insects are reproducing wildly and rapidly. Could a substance produced by bees be the fertility enhancer you need? It is claimed that Royal Jelly supports the health of your eggs and increases the likelihood of conception – and it comes from bees!
You see, a queen bee has the awesome responsibility of laying as many as 2,000 eggs every day to keep her hive operating efficiently. She must have something. As it turns out, nurse bees give her Royal Jelly, an especially nutritious gel that comes from the glands of the hive’s young worker bees. This jelly is how the queen lives six times longer than other bees and can produce her eggs at an amazing rate.
And many people believe that this highly nutritious Royal Jelly and the varied nutrition is contains helps improve the reproductive function of humans when taken daily. Women take it to encourage hormonal balance and good ovary function while men take it to support overall reproductive health and encourage the production of sperm.
Densely nutritious Fresh Royal Jelly, an amazing substance for fertility enhancement:
– is secreted by bees to help them nourish their queen
– is packed with important vitamins as well as minerals, amino acids and beneficial fats
– has been used for centuries for overall human health and to support proper hormonal balance
– is widely used among couples who are trying to conceive to help boost fertility and reproductive health
– can be taken along with other fertility supplements.
How to take Fresh Royal Jelly Capsules
Take 1 capsule per day with a little water.
Store in a cool, dry place out of reach of children. This is a food supplement which is not a substitute for a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
INGREDIENTS: Wheatgerm oil, fresh royal jelly*, gelatin, glycerin, pure honey, beeswax, lecithin.
FRESH ROYAL JELLY, harvested, purified and flown into the UK for encapsulation without ever being frozen or dried. Royal Jelly is the only food consumed by Queen Bees and is rich in vitamins, minerals, amino acids and trace elements, and is the richest natural source of 10-hydroxy-2-decenoic acid.