Research & Articles

Royal Jelly fights chronic fatigue syndrome
Dr. Cass Ingram
The adrenal glands are the body’s coping mechanism. When there function fails, the individual fails to cope normally with everyday stress. Physical and mental energy decline. Chronic fatigue syndrome is one of the number of illnesses that are due to failed adrenal function. More...
Royal Jelly in Ancient Times
Dr. Cass Ingram
God almighty inspired humankind to understand the potency of beehive products. Ancient records reveal that royal jelly was used by the early Egyptians, but, certainly, numerous other earlier civilizations used it. It was one of Cleopatra's beauty secrets. Royal jelly may have been one of the vitality factors accounting for the strength and beauty of Egyptian royalty, including the Pharaoh's. More...
How Royal Jelly is Made
Dr. Cass Ingram
The bees go into the pastures, forests, and grasslands and select certain plants to pollinate. In the process they gather pollen. The pollen is brought back to the hive and is fed to nurse bees. The nurse bees digest the pollen, and from it they produce royal jelly. More...
Powers of the hive
Dr. Cass Ingram
Plants are the original source of many of today's most popular medicines. Examples include aspirin, digitalis, penicillin, Taxol, and Nystatin. Bees make plant concentrates. Thus, they produce concentrated medicines. More...
Royal Jelly - The Research
Dr. Cass Ingram
Royal Jelly has been researched extensively in the lab, in test tubes, in animals, and in humans. The efficacy of royal jelly is already proven by the test of time and by millions of human cases. Plus, hundreds of scientific studies have been performed, confirming that royal jelly is indeed one of those rare elixirs that greatly impacts human health – without untoward effects. More...