Royal jelly is made by bees to feed the larva in the beehive, and it has little benefit to humans, but raw honey is a much better source of nutrients. Understand how royal jelly effects humans with helpful information from a nutrition consultant and clinical herbalist in this free video on alternative medicine.
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Hi my name is Charlotte Skiles. I am a nutrition consultant and clinical herbalist with Eat in Peace Wellness Consulting located in Austin, Texas. And right now I'm going to talk about the benefits of royal jelly. Now we've first got to define what royal jelly is. Royal jelly is made by bees, a very specific gland on a bee makes this jelly to feed the larva in the beehive. So it's the community supporting itself and the life of the little ones. So what are the benefits of royal jelly to human beings? I don't think there is much, honestly. When you break down royal jelly, it's mostly water, a little bit of B vitamins, a little bit of enzymes and that's about that. So could it be of benefit to humans? Maybe, but a more traditional form of using honey and, might be more appropriate raw honey in particular can be very beneficial for us. So that would be what I have to say about the benefits of royal jelly.