- Raw Honey
- Natural & controlled ingredients
Royal Jelly and Propolis in honey for children is a natural mixture and contains all nutritious properties from the hive.
Propolis is a natural bee product from the hive. The bees collect the resin that appears on the buds of deciduous and coniferous trees, enrich it with important endogenous substances and thereby kitten all the cracks in the hive. Propolis is used as a building material in the hive to prevent bacterial, viral and parasitic infections. Therefore, Propolis has been called “bee glue” and “bee penicilin” with its strong sterilizing action. It is used to kill germs in the hive and to protect the bee colony.
The main function of propolis for bees is to provide and maintain the antiseptic environment in the hive. Honeybees use propolis to protect larvae and themselves against microorganisms with its strong anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-viral and anti-inflammatory effects.
It also provides thermal insulation to the hive and protects it from cold weather conditions.
Royal Jelly is produced by honey bees to feed queen bees and their young larvae. It is a milky-creamy white substance with a high nutrient content. It typically contains protein, vitamin, carbs, amino acids and vitamin. The composition of a Royal Jelly depends on climate and geography.
HOW TO USE
RECOMMENDED DAIRY QUANTITY:
• Up to 2 years: 1 teaspoon daily
• Over 2 years: 2 teaspoons daily
It can be consumed directly or with foods such as bread, milk and yoghurt.
The recommended daily intake may not be exceeded.
Raw Honey (97,5%), Royal Jelly (1,5%), Propolis Extract (1%)
Net Weight: 190g
Storage conditions: Room temperature (about 24 ° C)
Shelf life: 36 months
Note for allergy sufferers:
Please perform an allergy test when using the bee products for the first time. Put a few drops of the bee products on the inner part of your wrist and let it work for 15 minutes. If there is no reaction, such as itching, redness, or swelling, your immune system does not seem to be at risk. In case of uncertainties, it is always recommended to consult a doctor or a specialist practitioner first.