Use of royal jelly

Use of royal jelly

Royal jelly has been widely used primarily in medicine. It has a multifaceted biological effect on the body. Influences positively on the metabolism, stimulates the central nervous system, breathes tissues, increases work capacity, reduces fatigue, promotes weight gain, accelerates growth, improves appetite, etc. The nature of its action is determined by the dose: small doses are stimulating, and large ones give the opposite effect – they slow down and depress the metabolic processes.

Under the influence of royal jelly in the blood, the number of erythrocytes, reticulocytes, hemoglobin increases.

Milk promotes the production of the adrenaline hormone adrenaline, with which the associated and increased blood glucose levels. However, in elderly people the consumption of royal jelly reduces the formation of this hormone.

Royal jelly reduces the level of cholesterol in the blood, than its conditioned use in the complex treatment of atherosclerosis.

With systematic use, royal jelly improves the metabolism, detects a tonic and regulating effect, helps increase the contractility of the heart muscle, expands coronary vessels and bronchi.

It is recommended to use royal jelly 1 to 3 mg per 1 kg of body weight. The course of treatment is 10-30 days. Break between courses for 1 month.

For children up to a year and at an early age, royal jelly is prescribed at 2.5-5 mg per day for 1-2 weeks with poor appetite, weight loss, anemia, vitamin deficiency, physical and mental retardation, and the like.

Adults use royal jelly (apilac) with reduced arterial pressure (hypotension), neurasthenia, asthenic conditions, especially after severe diseases, operations, 1-2 times a day, it is better to take 50-300 mg per day in one session.

Mothers-nurses are given royal jelly in the form of tablets to enhance the allocation of milk. The tablets are placed under the tongue and kept until completely dissolved.

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Use of royal jelly