Thursday, October 23, 2008

Royal Jelly Recommended for Fertility Problems

Using Royal Jelly as Brick Wall Against Infertility, Menopausal, Menstrual Problems
By Seye Adeniyi, Nigerian Tribune (Scroll Down), 10/23/2008

Honey is a major product of an insect called bees, but only a few people appreciate the fact that there are other bee products that have more commercial and medicinal values than the popular honey. Another bee product that is of importance to natural medicine practitioners is royal jelly produced by the queen bees.

Royal jelly is also important to pharmaceutical companies, especially those that specialise in the production of dietary supplements, herbal creams and soaps, as well as companies that produce drugs that tackles fertility problems.

The queen bees make use of royal jelly for the production of thousands of young bees and scientists are of the opinion that it also boost the reproduction capacity of a queen bee by allowing the insects to lay thousands of eggs.

Function of royal jelly/how human beings can benefit from royal jelly – By the explanation of naturopaths like Dr. Nurudeen Animasaun, an Ibadan-based natural honey expert Ambali Salako Oniluofetu, as well as Alhaji Yisa Oloyin, who are both popular apitherapists, while speaking with Tribune Health at different fora, on other medicinal effects of honey apart from using it to prevent pile (jedijedi), haemorhoids (yodiyodi) as well as using honey to treat wounds and to keep diabetes at bay, include using it to treat certain eye and ear diseases, provided the honey being used for that purpose is pure, matural one that does not contain sugar, or sugar cane syrup.

However, Dr. Animasaun explained that aside from honey which we all know, royal jelly, an “unpopular bee product” synonymous with queen bees, can also be used to correct certain reproductive problems or diseases in humans especially in women.

Highlighting the medicinal values of royal jelly, the natural medicine practitioner said its function also includes using it for correction of hormonal imbalance in women of reproductive age, especially those looking for the fruits of the womb as well as those that are experiencing prolonged delay in conception again after their last child.

Regular use of royal jelly by such category of women, according to Dr. Animasaun, can assist infertile women to produce oestrogen and progesterone which facilitate easy conception, provided the fertility problem is not spiritually induced…

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