royal jelly

  1. a secretion of the pharyngeal glands of bees that is fed to very young larvae and to bees destined to be queens
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How To Use royal jelly In A Sentence

  • They make royal jelly in glands near their mouthparts.
  • Eat superfoods: spirulina, bee pollen, live sprouts, aloe vera juice, noni juice, royal jelly, wheatgrass juice.
  • If there is a comparable odor, it is, indeed, the moldly inner sanctum of some fermenting, bursting hive; but beet pollen is honey squared, royal jelly cubed, nectar raised to the nth power; the intensified secretions of the Earth's apiarian gland, reeking of ancient bridal chambers and intimacies half as old as time. La insistencia de Jürgen Fauth
  • In the royal jelly protein, the carbohydrate the damage which organizes to the liver have the repair function, has the detoxication to the liver poison.
  • But when an egg with a similar genetic code is laid in a larger alveolus and the larva is fed a special food -- the royal jelly -- the resulting insect is a queen bee, a larger, fertile female. Science's Awesome Frontier
  • Natural honey-bee products such as propolis, royal jelly, caffeic acid, honey and venom may have applications in cancer treatment and prevention, say researchers.
  • Should excuse me somebody buy the bee product as glue of honey, bee, royal jelly?
  • Should excuse me somebody buy the bee product as glue of honey, bee, royal jelly?
  • The most effective concentration of bee royal jelly is about 400 ppm.
  • The hard working bees create vast reserves of bee's wax, honey, bee pollen and royal jelly.
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