Shipping Weight: 2,678g
Royal Jelly Extra Campaign!
During the campaign, we will give a present of 35 bags (105 tablets) of “Royal Jelly Gold” to all customers wishing for overseas delivery.
For customers wanting delivery within Japan, you can choose either 35 bags (105 tablets) of “Royal Jelly Gold” or “15 bottles of Royal Jelly Super G (20 ml)”.
Please enter your preferred present into the comment section of the "Shipping and payment method" page.
Keep fit with our Royal Jelly rich in vitamins and minerals!
This opportunity will be beneficial to everyone in your family.
Promotion period: August 15th 2019 – October 31st 2019
Royal Jelly is produced only for the one queen bee and is an extremely rare ingredient. From a single queen cup (a cell especially made for rearing queen bees) only approximately 0.3 grams can be harvested. Mass production is definitely not possible.
Royal Jelly is a special food that is given only to queen bees and is considered to be a nutritious treasure that is incorporated in a number of health foods.
In Sugi Bee Garden, experienced beekeepers only select the highest quality of Royal Jelly and deliver them to our customers.
This drink type of Royal Jelly is excellent for absorption by the body.
If you combine it with Royal Jelly Gold (Tablet), your daily health and beauty regimen will become even more effective.
Q:What is the difference between royal jelly and honey?
A: Honey is a nectar that worker bees first collect from flowers, then convert to fructose and glucose by the enzyme in the body to concentrate, and store in the nest.
Royal Jelly is a creamy milky cream that around 10-day-old worker bees create by eating and digesting honey and pollen, then secreting it from hypopharyngeal gland and big jaw gland.
Q:What is the relationship between royal jelly and honey bees?
A: Royal jelly is produced as queen bee food. Worker bees and queen bees are grown from the same eggs.
Worker bees can be raised with honey and pollen, but the queen bee is given royal jelly. The queen bee will be three times as large as the worker's bee and will lay 1,500 to 3,000 eggs.
In addition, the lifespan of a queen bee is about 40 times as long as the lifespan of a worker bee is only about 50 days in flowering period. Body size and work is made difference because of the food given.