Organic fresh royal jelly cream 2.0% 10-HDA
SUPER-SWEET is one of the leading China royal jelly cream suppliers and manufacturers, our professional factory is able to produce natural and organic royal jelly with cheap price and high quality. Welcome to wholesale pure and raw royal jelly, and to buy bulk products from us. organic lyophilized royal jelly with more than 600 bee farms and 400 organic bee farms.
Royal jelly cream is made by bees to feed their young and is the sole food for the queen bee throughout her life. Thriving on this diet, the queen bee will live up to fifty times longer than the average worker bee. Each day of her extraordinary life she will lay more than 1500 eggs, ensuring the survival of the hive. SUPER-SWEET royal jelly cream is available fresh frozen, lyophilized (dried), in capsules and as a powder.
Royal jelly is a milky secretion produced by worker honey bees. It’s a honey bee secretion that’s used in the nutrition of larvae and adult queens. It typically contains about 60% to 70% water, 12% to 15% proteins, 10% to 16% sugar, 3% to 6% fats, and 2% to 3% vitamins, salts, and amino acids. Its composition varies depending on geography and climate. This product gets its name from the fact that bees use it for the development and nurturing of queen bees. Some people use royal jelly as medicine.
|Nutritional Components of Royal Jelly
||Fresh Royal Jelly
STORAGE: Store in a frozen place and protect with seaed lid.
THE STORAGE TEMPERATURE: -18℃
(1) What is Royal Jelly?
Royal Jelly is an energy, rich nutrient that constitutes the diet of the queen bee.
(2) How does Royal Jelly look and taste like?
Pure Royal Jelly is milky white or light yellowish and unlike honey, which tastes sweet and smells good, it tastes a little sour and is slightly astringent.
(3) Is Royal Jelly produced by bees?
Yes, Royal Jelly is produced by bees. When the young worker bees go out to look for nectar (the substance from which honey is made) they also collect pollens from flowers. Pollen forms the food source for ordinary worker bees from 4 days onwards. By a natural process of digesting pollen by allowing it to mix with the secretions from the worker bees’ salivary glands a milky substance is secreted. This substance is Royal Jelly, which is fed only to the queen bee to sustain her high energy and nutrient requirements.
(4) Under what conditions do bees feed on Royal Jelly?
In the insect world, only bees can produce their own nutritional food. But Royal Jelly, as its name suggests, is only for the queen bee. About the only time in their lives when worker bees and drones (male bees) can have access to this super-rich food is during the first 3 days after being hatched. From the 4th day onwards, their diet is switched to one of honey and pollen. Only the queen bee continues to be fed Royal Jelly. As a result of this super-rich diet, the queen bee grows to double the size of ordinary worker bees. She can lay eggs (2,000 – 2,500 a day) which measure up to more than twice her body weights. On top of that, the life span of a queen bee is exceptionally long, being 20-30 times that of worker bees.
(5) Is there any difference between honey and Royal Jelly?
Yes, there is a significant difference between honey and Royal Jelly in terms of composition. Royal Jelly is derived from pollens (the potent male part of the flower) which are naturally reacted with the excretions from the worker bees’ salivary glands. As a food source, Royal Jelly is very rich in proteins, vitamins, enzymes, minerals and amino acids.
Honey is derived from nectar, a fluid secreted by plants. Together with the pollens collected, they are stored in the hive to provide food for worker bees and drones. Honey is slightly brownish and has a pleasant, sweet taste. Royal Jelly is milky white and tastes sour and is slightly astringent.
(6) What are the major constituents of Royal Jelly?
Royal Jelly is rich in natural enzymes, vitamins A, B complex, C, D, E, amino acids, minerals and hormones. In addition, it also contains (I) gamma globulins (ii) collagen (iii) 10HDA (10-Hydroxy-decenoi -Acid) (iv) Insulin type polypetide (v) acetylcholine, (vi) parotein, which can promote cell metabolism and revitalization.
(7) How and when is Royal Jelly collected?
To collect Royal Jelly, the first step is to move the baby bees to the queen cell. After about 48 hours later, Royal Jelly is collected. Usually, only about 200-250mg of Royal Jelly can be collected from one queen cell. This explains why Royal Jelly is normally scarce in supply and is so valuable.
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Changge Ruijian Bee Products Co., Ltd
Super-sweet is a professional and experienced bee Products Enterprise, which is located in China Biggest bee products base-changge, And the founder entered bee industry in 1986 starting up the business of collecting bee Propolis, Beeswax, bee pollen from Beekeepers everywhere in China. Now super-sweet focused on the research, Process and market of bee products and Beekeeping supplies.
Fresh Royal Jelly is properly filtered to remove the wax and other debris in the material, and further process is not allowed to avoid the damage of its nature.
Control the quality of royal jelly by test on 10-HDA content, Moisture, Acidity, Protein content, antibiotics and pesticide
residue, etc in our Lab. also help our customers to perform sample analysis, third party test agencies (such as INTERTEK, EUROFIN) results comparison, and product quality statistics and analysis, etc.
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