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Rabu, 9 Februari 2011

Royal Jelly Health Benefits and Side Effects

10 Health Benefits of Royal Jelly

Royal jelly is a secretion from honey bees that is used to deliver nutrition to larvae and adult queen bees. Research has found that royal jelly carries several health benefits for humans.

Graves Disease
Royal jelly is believed to be potentially beneficial to patients with Graves' disease.

Brain Health
One study found that royal jelly has the ability to stimulate the growth of neural stem cells and glial cells in the brain, which may mean that it can help prevent diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease.

Cholesterol
Studies have found that royal jelly has the ability to lower total serum cholesterol levels in people with moderately elevated cholesterol levels.

Anti-Aging
It is believed to have anti-aging properties, improving collagen production in skin and overall youthfulness.

Anti-Inflammatory
It has been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties when ingested and when applied topically.

Wound Healing
Research has found that royal jelly has wound healing properties when applied topically to the skin.

Antibiotic
Royal jelly contains an antibiotic called 10-Hydroxy-Dgr2-decenoic acid that is effective against many bacteria.

Cancer
Research in Japan suggests that royal jelly has strong anti-cancer properties. Croatian researchers found that royal jelly injected into mice at the same time that they were injected with cancer cells significantly reduced the spread of cancer.

Fertility
Royal jelly is believed to aid in fertility by improving the quality of a woman's eggs and promoting overall youthfulness of her reproductive organs and body.

PMS
Many women find that royal jelly relieves many of the symptoms of PMS.


Royal Jelly Side Effects

Royal jelly has been found in studies to have many health benefits, but there are a few potential side effects to be aware of before you decide to try it.

Allergic Reaction
People who have an allergy to bee pollen, honey, poplar trees, or conifer trees may have serious allergic reactions to royal jelly and should not take it. Reactions may range from mild irritation to severe and may lead to anaphylactic shock or death.

Asthma
People with asthma may see their symptoms worsen when taking royal jelly.

Estrogen
Royal jelly has been found in studies to have estrogenic properties. This makes it great for menopausal women but women who have estrogen-receptor positive breast cancer should steer clear of royal jelly because it may stimulate cell growth of that type of cancer.

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