One of the goals at Oolaboolah is to share information about products we love and people we respect. When David Wolfe declared “I feel that Royal Jelly has almost everything our bodies require for optimal health in one superfood. If someone were to offer me a green vegetable juice or 2 teaspoons of Fresh Royal Jelly, I would take the Royal Jelly in an instant,” it was time for us to make sure his message was heard. He goes on to say, “Royal Jelly is so powerful that if you have ever consumed Fresh Royal Jelly before, you know about the power it unleashes through your body. It is the food that the Queen Bee lives on exclusively and you can sense the potency of it when it slides onto your tongue. It tastes ALIVE and strong. It’s like you can feel the enzymes within this food. Most people report getting a HIGH and feel a massive amount of energy after consuming Fresh Royal Jelly – ‘buzzzz’ without stimulation. When I take Royal Jelly, I feel ‘high’, warmth covers my body and I can sense more atunement with my spiritual energy.”
Steve Schechter, M.D said “royal jelly is an excellent source of nutrients and is gentle to the system”. Scientists discovered that royal jelly is a very rich source of proteins and contains eight amino acids, important fatty acids, lipids, glucides, sterols, phosphorous components as well as acetylcholine and specific vital factors that act as biocatalysts in cell regeneration processes within the human body. While acetylcholine is needed to transmit nerve messages from all cells. It also contains vitamins B-1, B-2, B-6, C, E, niacin, biotin, inositol, folic acid and pantothenic acid, recognized for its ability to reduce stress levels. It also supplies the minerals calcium, iron, potassium, copper, silicon and sulfur.
These and other accolades have given royal jelly a reputation as a superfood and brought it into use as a dietary supplement for anyone who believes in elevating their diet and their spirit. This superfood is rich in phytochemicals, which are special chemicals that have been noted to have disease-fighting properties. Phytochemicals can reduce the risk of certain forms of cancer, reduce inflammation, strengthen the immune system, or in some other way contribute to a person being healthier. When foods are high in these phytochemicals, they may be eaten not only because they taste good, but because they are good for you too. Since fresh royal jelly cannot be artificially created, all royal jelly is natural. Celebrated for its reputation as a treatment for maladies ranging from arthritis to fatigue to high cholesterol, royal jelly has even been called a remedy for some sexual dysfunction, such as low libido in women after menopause.
In health and in joy,