15 Years Manufacturer Organic Fresh royal jelly Wholesale to Albania

15 Years Manufacturer
 Organic Fresh royal jelly Wholesale to Albania

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[Products Name]  Fresh royal jelly, organic fresh royal jelly [Specification]  10-HDA 1.4%, 1.6%, 1.8%, 2.0%  HPLC [Gerneral feature] 1. Low antibiotics, Chloramphenicol< 0.1ppb 2.Organic certified by ECOCERT, according to EOS & NOP organic standard; 3.100% pure natural frozen fresh royal jelly 4.Can be easily produced into soft capsules. [Our advantages] 600 bee farmers, 150 units of bee-feeding groups located in natural mountains; Organic certificated by ECOCERT; NON-antibiotics, w...


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[Products Name]  Fresh royal jelly, organic fresh royal jelly

[Specification]  10-HDA 1.4%, 1.6%, 1.8%, 2.0%  HPLC

[Gerneral feature]

1. Low antibiotics, Chloramphenicol< 0.1ppb

2.Organic certified by ECOCERT, according to EOS & NOP organic standard;

3.100% pure natural frozen fresh royal jelly

4.Can be easily produced into soft capsules.

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[Our advantages]

  1. 600 bee farmers, 150 units of bee-feeding groups located in natural mountains;
  2. Organic certificated by ECOCERT;
  3. NON-antibiotics, widely exported to Europe;
  4. Health Certificate, Sanitary Certificate and Quality Certificate are available.
  5. Fresh royal jelly2

[Packing]

1kg in plastic jar, with 10 jars per carton.

5kg in a aluminum foil  bag,  10kgs per carton.

Also we can pack as customer’s requirement.

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[Transportation]
If quantity ordered is low we can transport by air,

If above 4,000kg, by sea, one 20 foot refrigerated container.

[Storage]

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[What is royal jelly]
Fresh royal jelly is the concentrated super food responsible for turning an ordinary worker bee into a queen bee. The queen bee is 50% larger than a worker bee and lives for up to 4 to 5 years with worker bees living through only one season.
Fresh royal jelly, along with bee pollen, propolis and honey, contains a natural source of nutrients, which the body needs to maintain good health. Athletes and other people report increased stamina and general well being, after two weeks supplementing their diets.

Main indices of physical and chemic in fresh royal jelly

Ingredients Indices

Fresh royal jelly

Standards

Results

Ash

1.018

<1.5

Complies

Water

65.00%

<69%

Complies

Glucose

11.79%

<15%

Complies

Water-solubility protein

4.65%

<11%

Complies

10-HDA

1.95%

>1.4%

Complies

Acidity

32.1

30-53

Complies

[Quality control]

Traceability record

GMP standard production

Advanced inspection equipment

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[Benefits]
The benefits of Royal Jelly and other hive products are no longer treated as folk medicines. Royal jelly has been found to be helpful in the following areas:
1) Tones and strengthens skin
2) Relieves weak and tired eyes
3) Combats the aging process
4) Improves memory
5) Aiding restful sleep
6) Helps against impotence in men and infertility in women
7) It is an antibacterial and may help to prevent leukemia
8) Has a yeast-inhibiting function, preventing conditions such as
thrush and athlete’s foot
9) Contains the male testosterone, which may increase libido
10) Can help treat muscular dystrophy
11) Improves resistance to allergies
12) Controls cholesterol levels
13) Boosts the body’s resistance to the harmful side effects of
chemotherapy and radiotherapy
14) Helps treat skin problems, including eczema, psoriasis and acne
15) Combined with Pantothenic acid, royal jelly provides relief from
the symptoms of arthritis.

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