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Royal Jelly by Spursfan on 9 October 2007 12:07pm
 
I have a small bottle (phial?) of Royal Jelly, given to us when we bought some honeycomb from a beekeeper in Turkey.

Anyone know what to do with it? [Serious answers only !!]

I am presuming I have to mix it with something before putting it on my skin?

If so, what?

Any help will be much appreciated.

Anne
 
Re: Royal Jelly by Wild in Africa on 9 October 2007 12:27pm
 
This from Wikipedia Anne
People collect and sell royal jelly as a dietary supplement, claiming various health benefits because of components like B-complex vitamins such as pantothenic acid (vitamin B5) and vitamin B6 (pyridoxine); it can also be found in various beauty products

So I'd spread it on my toast if I were you!
 
Re: Royal Jelly by Spursfan on 9 October 2007 12:36pm
 
Not sure I fancy it, WiA, but thanks anyway. I am 'finicky' about honey at the best of times !

I want to use it as anti-aging cream !!

;-)
 
Re: Royal Jelly by kazzzz on 9 October 2007 3:58pm
 
Apply it to your knees...the BEE's knees!!!
Oops serious answers.....put it on toast?
 
Re: Royal Jelly by Katia on 9 October 2007 8:15pm
 
Hello Anne, Royal Jelly is normally used as a dietary supplement in *minor* quantities (add some to your tea?..), if you are interested, I can look up my papers at work (as I am in the "beauty business"), anyway it is likely to be added to cosmetic products just as an "emotive". Which also means *minor* quantities as it's a strong bio-active and may be allergenic. Will be back with more info soon:)
 
Re: Royal Jelly by Spursfan on 9 October 2007 8:33pm
 
Thank you so much, Katia and Kazzzz - I think?
 
Re: Royal Jelly by kazzzz on 10 October 2007 9:29am
 
I TRIED to resist Anne, I really reall did!
 
Re: Royal Jelly by Katia on 10 October 2007 2:34pm
 
Here I am, A Not At All Naughty Chemist. Recommended daily dosage is one teaspoonful (I think it's reasonable). As for using it as a toilet requisit-t-t-t-t-t, well, better not use it as is! Skin creams etc. may contain up to 1% of it only.

Why not try skate with just a hint of prawn? Or crab, tiger and almonds, very unusual?.. Or Semprini? And personally, I use Rancid Polecat Number 2, it keeps my skin nice and scaly... Gosh, when I get to quoting Python, it's a disaster. Someone pull me up please!
 
Re: Royal Jelly by Palin_Lover on 11 October 2007 2:03am
 
I'd like some Semprini, please. :P
 
Re: Royal Jelly by Katia on 12 October 2007 8:46am
 
Anne, sorry, you may have thought I was kidding along, just in case, apart from Python stuff I was deadly serious (dosage and all). BTW I do take Royal Gelly in tiny capsules made in France. God knows how it works!
 



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