The Royal Jelly 400mg of the Phytoflora Line preserves all the properties of the fresh Royal Jelly and it has the advantage of do not need low temperature to be stored. This way, the proportionate benefits for its several properties can be gotten in a way much more practice and safe, thanks the rigorous quality control of the raw material that is done at our own laboratories to guarantee that the same is in the Uniflora Pattern of Quality. This product is free of any kind of contaminations. Brazilian bees are free of any kind medications. Each capsules has the equivalent of 500 mg of Pure Fresh Royal Jelly.
Sensitive to Royal Jelly people should not use the product.
In case of allergic reaction suspend the use of the product.
Children below 01 year of age should use the product under a pediatrician's orientation.
There are not any concrete reports, but it should be looked at the occurrence of allergic reactions.
RECOMMENDATIONS OF USE
Adult: 1 capsule a day
Child up to 5 years: 1 capsule every 2 days.
There are not known restrictions on the increase of this recommended dosage. In serious cases, as of patients' rehabilitation under chemical therapies treatment seeks advice the consumption of until 6 capsules a day. Consult your doctor.
The Fresh Royal Jelly is constituted of 66% of water and 34% of dry materials. The capsule of Royal Jelly 400mg of Phytoflora presents 150mg (33%) of Dried Frozen Royal Jelly and 250mg (67%) of adjuvant, what corresponds to 500mg of Fresh Royal Jelly.
Contamination of Royal Jelly
Chloramphenicol in royal jelly: analytical aspects and occurrence in Italian imports
Silvano Calvarese, Anna Francesca Forti, Giampiero Scortichini and Gianfranco Diletti
Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale dell'Abruzzo e Molise "G. Caporale", Via Campo Boario, 64100 Teramo, Italy
(Received 18 May 2005 - Revised 31 January 2006 - Accepted 31 January 2006 - published online 17 October 2006)
Abstract - Chloramphenicol (CAP) residues were determined in 35 samples of royal jelly. Fourteen samples were collected by Veterinary Border Inspection officials in Milan and Turin and 21 were submitted by private importers to confirm the quality of their product. Liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) was used for the identification and determination of CAP, according to the isotope dilution approach for the analysis of royal jelly. The presence of chloramphenicol was detected in 29 out of 35 tested samples at concentrations ranging from 0.6 g/kg to 28 g/kg, with an average content of 6.1 g/kg.
As shows above, many samples of Royal Jelly had been discovered contaminated with Chloramphenicol.
Chloramphenicol (also called Chloromycetin) is a potent antibiotic that has limited uses.
Chloramphenicol has been declared carcinogenic, which makes it an unacceptable substance for use in production of food products where any residue may be found.
The problem of chloramphenicol contamination of bee products has been isolated to China. In sampling of honey from China during 2002, trace amounts of chloramphenicol had been found in most samples.
The reason chloramphenicol had appeared in Chinese bee products is that in 1997-98 there was a bacterial epidemic that affected bee hives which threatened the entire industry.
Take better care of use contaminated products. Use our Phytoflora Line of Royal Jelly products.