Ginseng Royal Jelly | Liquid | Honey & Lemon
Traditional American Ginseng extract with royal jelly.
Land Art’s Ginseng with Royal Jelly helps to maintain the immune system. It also contains honey to improve the taste. All of our Ginseng extracts are made from the roots of plants that are at least 4 to 6-years-old and extracted using a traditional long infusion method. They offer more quality and maximum medicinal properties.
Royal jelly comes from bees, helps to reduce fatigue and relieve stress. It particularly helps women during menopause and those who tend to have menstrual problems. Land Art’s royal jelly also helps to support the immune system.
A substance secreted by bees, it is the only food that the queen bee will eat throughout her lifetime. The fact that she lives 5 to 6 years, compared to worker bees that only live a few days, is attributed to this particular diet. Royal jelly is reputed to reduce intellectual fatigue and relieve stress, reinforce the immune system, support convalescents during recovery and treat sexual problems. It contains sugar, proteins, fats, minerals, vitamins (especially for the B-group, notably B1 and B5), and oligo elements.
The Ginseng and Royal Jelly formula was created with women in mind, particularly for those going through menopause. The Ginseng formula is particularly helpful for the elderly, athletes and men.
Royal jelly is generally known to:
- Decrease physical and intellectual fatigue and stress.
- Support recovery.
- Treat menstrual problems and menopause.
- Relieve functional dyspepsia, help digestion when it is troubled by stress or nervousness.
- Help maintain the immune system.
Dosage and how to use
- Children and adolescents (1 to 17 years old): Consult a health care practitioner
- Adults (18 years and older): 1 tablespoon (15 ml) per day, take with food.
*May be diluted in a glass of juice or water.
Expiration and conservation
Do not use for more than 15 to 20 days. Take at least a 2 month break between treatments. Consult a health care practitioner if needed for more than 1 month.
Do not use if you have a fever, asthma, eczema, emphysema, cardiac disorders or problems with coagulation. Do not use for pregnant women who suffer from hormone dependant conditions or for individuals that take other supplements or stimulants.
Precautions and warnings
Consult a health care practitioner before using if you have diabetes, hay fever, fibro-cystic breasts, insomnia or schizophrenia, are taking anticoagulants or digoxin, or if you are pregnant or breast feeding. A hypersensitivity, like an allergy, may occur. If this is the case, stop using immediately.
- Do not use if the security seal is broken.
- Keep out of the reach of children.
- Shake well before use.
- Keep refrigerated after opening.
Known side effects
May cause rashes, eczema, conjunctivitis, rhinitis and dyspepsia.
Medicinal (per 15 ml)
- American Ginseng, roots and rhizomes (Panax quinquefolium), 3600 mg of extract 1:4, 900 mg
- Royal jelly, 300 mg
- Water from reverse osmosis, honey, citric acid, sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate, ascorbic acid, natural lemon flavor.
What is an adaptogen?
They are certain biologically active natural substances, characterized by their capacity to selectively interact depending on the needs of the organism; they are also certain plants that contain these substances. Adaptogenic plants have a general action on physical, emotional and environmental stress.
They help to improve the organism’s defenses and available energy, speed up healing, improve nervous functions, contribute to stabilize blood pressure and blood sugar levels.
What does traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) say ?
Korean Ginseng is used in TCM to reinforce Qi, help the spleen and the lungs, relieve symptoms of thirst associated with the lack of organic liquids and internal heat. It is mainly “hot”, therefore better adapted to men.
American Ginseng is used for insufficient Qi and Yin, for internal heat, for coughs and asthma, for the presence of blood in the mucous, for the fire during insufficient syndrome, for dysphoria and fatigue, for thirst, for dry mouth and throat. It is “cold”, therefore better adapted to women and adolescents.
Where does royal jelly come from?
Royal jelly is a substance secreted by young bees. It is the only food that the queen of the hive eats. It is with this food that she lives for 5 to 6 years, compared to only a few days for the worker bees.
It is reputed to reduce mental fatigue and stress, improve immunity, support recovery and treat sexual problems.
Royal jelly contains sugars, proteins, some fats, minerals, vitamins (mainly those from the B-group, notably B1 and B5), and oligo-elements.