Royal Jelly fights chronic fatigue syndrome

Weak adrenals are major cause of chronic fatigue syndrome.  This adrenal glands are a tiny set of glands, about golf ball-sized, which are found on top of each kidney.  They produce a variety of hormones, including adrenalin and cortisone.  These glands control a wide range of functions, including blood pressure, blood sugar, heart rate, blood flow, protein metabolism, sugar metabolism, and sexual activity.  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.

The function of the adrenal glands is dependent upon pantothenic acid, and royal jelly is the best naturally occurring source of this vitamin.  Pantothenic acid is needed for adrenal steroid synthesis.  A severe lack of pantothenic acid essentially halts steroid synthesis.  What’s more, royal jelly offers a wide range of natural steroids, which greatly boost adrenal function.  Routinely, this condition responds to royal jelly treatment.  The secret is to determine the correct dosage for the individual.  The rule is when in doubt increase the amount until results are achieved.

Dr. Cass Ingram

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