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Royal Jelly Medication
For what purpose?: To the best of my knowledge, large scale scientific multicenter double blinded prospective randomized controlled trials have not been performed to determine the benefits and risks of royal jelly. There is some data showing protective effects. There is also data showing it has side effects, drug-drug interactions and potential for serious allergic reactions. ...Read more
Unproven remedy: This contains a protein hormone that governs the maturation of queen bees. Like every other biological substance, it has a variety of different effects when introduced into various experimental systems. I haven't been able to find anything that makes me think it's anything more than an expensive placebo. ...Read more
Not evidence-based: This "superfood" is sold to people as the substance that causes a larval honeybee to develop into a queen. It's expensive and it works magic for the bees, so gullible folks assume it must be good for them. The internet claims about its having many different nice molecules are equally true of decomposing roadkill or nastier. Some folks are allergic. It's your money. ...Read more
Royal jelly is a natural source of most vitamins ; Amino Acids ; has other interesting nutrients like enzymes ; growth factors. It has a long history of use in folk medicine as a general tonic. Some modern research validates at least some benefits. See http://www. Fao. Org/docrep/w0076e/w0076e16.Htm and
http://www. Naturalnews. Com/040359_royal_jelly_cancer_prevention_disease. Html. ...Read more
Don't think so: Normal toddlers don't need "appetite enhancers". They eat when they are hungry. If a toddler is not eating, the toddler is presumed not hungry. However, a few toddlers do have an eating problem. The pediatrician can check to see if there is a dietary issue, a developmental issue, etc... Growth can be measured every month for a few months to make sure all is well. Basic blood tests can be done. ...Read more
I don't know if im allergic or not to royal jelly. After how much time will I feel something if im allergic?
If you have a: True allergy, almost immediately. But you could have a reaction that is not a true allergy, and this might take few days for symptoms to manifest. ...Read more
Unknown: Avoid things that make you break out, soaps ; wetness. Wash your hands only when necessary. Wear gloves when needed. Wear clothes made of cotton. Bathe only with a small amount of mild unscented soap, such as dove. Keep the water temperature cool or warm, not hot! Use the medicine your doctor gave you. Use a plain moisturizer daily. Avoid scratching or rubbing the itchy area. Manage stress. ...Read more
First, one needs to know how the allergy to royal jelly is diagnosed since this must be a very rare happening.
Then you need to describe the type of symptoms you have experienced after ingesting royal jelly since allergic reactions can manifest in various ways. ...Read more
Where can I get royal jelly and is there anything else I can take to increse my chances of pregnecy?
See a physician: 85% of normal couples should be able to conceive within a year and about 95% within 2 years. If you have not been able to conceive for over a year, or 6 months if you are 35 years old or older, then you should be evaluated. Reproductive endocrinologists especialize in infertlity. ...Read more
Hello, I was wondering if I can take a tablespoon of maca and Royal jelly 500 mg, together will it effect me? Georgina
Yes, though subtle:
Everything we ingest affects us to some degree. If you are talking about a one time dose you may not notice much. Taken on a regular basis, maca tends to help balance hormones and royal jelly is a natural source of vitamins, minerals and proteins and is a general tonic. See
and http://en. Mr-ginseng. Com/royal-jelly/ ...Read more
Probably not: Cabergoline works centrally (in the brain) on d2 Dopamine receptors. As a side effect it was lower the production of estrogen thereby producing hypomenorrhea. Royal jelly has mild estrogen like effects that are likely not strong enough to compensate for this hormonal change. ...Read more
Yep: Simple answer -- yes.Get a more detailed answer ›
That's your business: It won't do you any good whatever. Why not save the money and buy something nice for Baby? ...Read more
Yes: There should be no issue taking the royal jelly with the Isotretinoin (accutane). There is very little scientific information available about the effects of royal jelly in people. In animals, royal jelly seems to have some activity against tumors and the development of “hardening of the arteries.”. ...Read more
Maybe?: American pregnancy association doesn't include royal jelly on its list of "natural" supplements that endanger pregnancy. Yet, it is not on their list of "proven safe" natural medicine for pregnant women to take (? Liability concerns). The best advise is the conservative "don't take it because not enough research exists to prove it safe..." supposedly rj assists in treating infertility. ...Read more
Neither, but...: There are a variety of false claims on the internet about how they can help cancer patients. In fact, the only good scientific evidence on these suggests that royal jelly can actually harm a patient with estrogen-receptor positive breast cancer, because royal jelly can stimulate these cancer cells to grow. Thus manuka is probably safer, but it does not help treat cancer. ...Read more
What is the suitable dosage of taking royal jelly tablets and can I take them along the month and also during period also.
Royal jelly tablets: These tablets consist of worker bees secretions but other substances. It has been used for a variety of ailments. Its use is of questionable worth and therefore I would not recommend it. ...Read more
Are royal jelly pills safe to use to boost egg quality? I have heard of them on infertility boards, but I've never taken. Not on any meds this month.
They are probably: Safe but there are no scientific studies that show that they work at all any more than wishful thinking. ...Read more
Maybe: There is some research showing royal jelly prevents kidney damage in patients receiving chemotherapy. There is minimal research on the use of royal jelly for actually treating pre-existing kidney disease however. Royal jelly is pretty safe, but it's always best to check with your doctor before starting a new supplement, especially if you have an underlying medical condition such as kidney diseas. ...Read more
Vitamin D, not RJ: While many claims have been made about the myriad benefits of royal jelly, human data is lacking. Check out http://www. Drugs. Com/npp/royal-jelly. Html for current state of knowledge. On the other hand, we do have solid evidence that vitamin D is necessary for bone health and regulation of calcium in human body. Check out http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/drugs-supplements/vitamin-d/background/HRB-20060400 ...Read more