Royal Jelly

Excellent Source of Amino Acids

DATA SHEET
ROYAL JELLY
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Royal Jelly commonly known as queens bee jelly is a secretion from the salivary gland of the worker honey bee which is essential for the development of queen bees. Royal jelly has a unique chemical diversity which alters DNA mechanisms within a bee larva to switch modes. This secretion is a rich source of proteins and amino acids vitamins.

TYPICAL PROPERTIES:

 

 

Appearance:

 

A yellowish viscous substance.

 

Water and Volatiles (2 Hours):

 

64.9%

 

Ph-value (0.1% in Water):

 

4.36

 

Albumen (N X 6.25):

 

12.4%

 

Glucose (Hplc):

 

6.8%

 

Fructose (Hplc):

 

7.0%

 

Saccharose (Hplc):

 

1.8%

 

10-hydroxy-decenoic Acid (Gc):

 

2.1%

 

Total   Amino Acid Analysis:

 

436.5mg/100g

 

APPLICATIONS:

Royal Jelly is an inexpensive source of polysaccharides, protein, vitamins such as; B's, C, D, E, H & M, amino acids and ß hydroxy acid. This natural product is a diverse mixture of biologically active compounds that have been used in cosmetics and toiletries for years. Royal jelly has multifunctional properties in cosmetic preparations; skin conditioner, emollient, hair conditioner, humectant, moisturizer and a skin protectant.

USES:

Creams, lotions, makeups, hair care, sun care, AHA and treatment products.

CONCENTRATIONS USED:

1.0% to 10.0%