Scientific Research And Information On Royal Jelly
Yale University Study Into The Benefits Of Royal Jelly For Cancer
We are excited to announce that our premium, pure 100% New Zealand Royal Jelly is very special and is currently being used explore how royal jelly may affect cell signalling and growth in cancer cells at the prestigious Yale University as part of these trials! It all comes down to the purity of our product and a very special protein called ‘MRJP-1’.
“The exact structure of the key protein in royal jelly remains unknown. But it is expected to act through the epidermal growth factor (or EGF) receptor – the main pathway targeted by cancer therapeutics today,” explained Daryl Klein, Assistant Professor of Pharmacology at Yale School of Medicine.”
This is HUGE NEWS, not just for us, but for the world, and we’re honoured to have the work of our team and our healthy New Zealand bees supporting this all important trial. Congratulations and thank you Yale. We’re humbled to be part of this ground breaking, life changing work
Can Royal Jelly Actually Support Your Health?
A Comprehensive Review of Royal Jelly and the Biological Actions and Health Benefits
In this clinical paper from the US National Library Of Medicine, the effects of honey, propolis, and Royal Jelly on different metabolic diseases, cancers, and other diseases have been reviewed. The study also highlights the modes of actions of these products which have also been illustrated for purposes of better understanding about Apitherapy as a potential alternative treatment which may support health and wellness.
Can Royal Jelly Cure Cancer? The Truth About Cancer
In this article, the team at ‘The Truth About Cancer, explore how Royal Jelly may work to support those with Cancer or post Cancer treatment. As Royal jelly consists of flower nectar, proteins, glucose, fats, minerals, vitamins, and amino acids, it also contains an abundance of health benefits that meet specific needs for cancer patients − keeping them strong and healthy before, during, and after traditional cancer treatments.
10 Royal Treatments For Royal Jelly
According to this article on the Dr Axe website, Royal Jelly may help with
- Boosting Immunity
- Helps Alzheimer’s – Brain Food
- Contains Beneficial Probiotics
- Eases Menopausal and Postmenopausal Symptoms
- Improves Collagen Levels for Great Skin
- Treats Osteoporosis
- Aids in Healing Wounds
- Improves Male Infertility
- Treats Diabetes
- Helps Decrease Mucositis Symptoms
Royal Jelly And It’s Effects On Breast Cancer?
Royal Jelly has long been thought of as a potential treatment for all levels of illness and wellness. Studies continue worldwide to look into the effects of whether Royal Jelly could in fact help those struggling with Breast Cancer. If you are considering integrating Royal Jelly into your health plan, it is recommended that you speak with your medical or healthcare professional team to help you make the best informed choices, utilising their knowledge and expertise as there are many important factors to take into consideration.
According to this article on ‘Health With Honey’, they share that Royal Jelly is a natural remedy which may support those with breast cancer. They claim that it may prevent breast cancer and helps you reduce the size of the already formed malignancy and have clinical trials to support their claims. It’s most definitely worth taking a look.
On the other hand, this article from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre states that
Royal Jelly has been shown to lower blood pressure, lower cholesterol levels, and reduce inflammation in laboratory and animal studies. It has not been studied as a cancer treatment in humans. Royal jelly has weak oestrogenic activity and should not be used by patients with hormone-sensitive cancer.”
This is also most definitely worth reading and discussing with your health care professional team.
Scientific Discoveries Using Royal Jelly On Prostate And Brain Cancer Cells
This study from the US National Library Of Medicine is very interesting as, investigated for the first time, the invitro bioactivity of six different Royal Jelly’s on the growth of three different mammalian cell lines – immortalized murine myoblasts (C2C12), human prostate cancer (PC3) and human neuroblastoma (SH-SY5Y) – looked into treating human cells with the only lipophilic, or hydrophilic, fraction of Royal Jelly; a scientific approach never performed before.
In particular, our attention was captured by the extraordinary antiproliferative activity of the lipophilic extract of all RJs against SH-SY5Y cells, suggesting a potential medical application of this bee product to prevent the onset and slow down the growth of human neuroblastoma.