High Strength Royal Jelly Extract

Freeze-dried extract (lyophilized) Royal Jelly supplement is 100% natural and the most potent component of Royal Jelly. Straight after being extracted it is freeze-dried —a process to preserve and maintain maximum freshness. Our Royal Jelly extract is 4% 10-HDA. When buying Royal Jelly products, remember they are measured internationally by the 10-HDA content, so always look for “10-HDA” on the label. A Health Leads high strength Royal Jelly supplement capsule contains 420mg of pure extract at 4% 10-HDA (10-Hydroxy-2-Decenoic Acid) at a 3:1 ratio equivalent to 1260mg.

 

What is Royal Jelly?

Bees are truly amazing insects! Not only do they provide natural nutritious honey, they also make super-nutritious Royal Jelly. Worker bees produce Royal Jelly by secretion in a similar way to the production of honey. Royal Jelly is extremely nutritious, known to contain B vitamins, minerals and other trace elements. Queen bees live only on Royal Jelly, and this is believed to be the reason for a queen bee's great size and longevity — they can live 50 times longer than worker bees. The main function of Royal Jelly is to support and strengthen the queen's immune system and protect the whole hive against pathogenic invaders. Last but not least, Royal Jelly contains an important chemical 10-HDA (10-Hydroxy-2-Decenoic Acid).

 

What is 10-HDA (10-Hydroxy-2-Decenoic Acid)?

10-HDA cannot be made artificially and is only found in Royal Jelly! 10-HDA is a unique, versatile and powerful fatty acid. The level of 10-HDA content is the measuring bar for all Royal Jelly products.

 

Additive Free Food Supplements

Since Health Leads started business our goal has always been to provide high quality additive free supplements, and that has not changed! Other manufacturers use magnesium stearate not as an ingredient (as it has no nutritious value) but only to aid and increase productivity. So, why do we produce and manufacture all of our supplements without additives like magnesium stearate? Because it may compromise bioavailability.