Nectar of the Goddesses, Embody Bee
Nectar of the Goddesses, Embody Bee
Nectar of the Goddesses is a thick and lush combination of all the medicines of the hive.
The incredible benefits of hive products have survived to this day through ancient Egypt, ancient Chinese, ancient Indian and ancient Greek medicine. If we talk about honey and the medicines of the hive, in some ancient sources it was assigned such self-explanatory epithets as 'Spring of Youth' or 'Food of the Gods'. The bees who are out foraging the nectar and bringing it back to the hive are exclusively female bees - this is why I have labelled it 'Nectar of the Goddesses'. I want people who feel drawn to this medicine to cherish and appreciate the amount of love and work the bees have put into creating it.
250 and 500 grams in an Australian-made glass jar. The sticker is plastic-free and biodegradable.
Raw Honey, Bee Pollen, Royal Jelly, Drone Homogenate, Propolis.
Bee pollen has vitamins for all living organisms. It is included in the diet of almost all Olympic level athletes, as its intake improves tissue absorption of oxygen, helps athletes overcome forced loads and also quickly restores strength. It is a great natural and safe anabolic, that is, it helps to increase muscle mass and stabilises the endocrine glands.
For bees pollen is an additional source of energy or 'fuel' elements, it can serve as biologically active additives to compensate for the lack of important components in food. A biologically active compound containing a rich supply of important nutrients for improved energy, skin, digestions, inflammation and allergies.
There is an incredible acid in Royal Jelly called 10HDA which is unique as it has not yet been found in any other animal organisms or in any other natural products found on earth. It Has a very high resistance against various kinds of micro-organisms. This10hda acid has anti-cancer properties, is active against many types of bacteria and fungi, it is antimicrobial and not inferior to antibiotics.
Royal Jelly becomes even more powerful and effective when it is combined with raw honey, it actually enhances the bacterial effect of honey. Some scientifically studied mixtures with honey turned out to be twice as active as pure Royal Jelly.
Not only microbes, but pathogenic fungi that are resistant to many antibiotics have been found to be sensitive to the action of Royal Jelly. It can have an Insulin-like-action and well as an antioxidant. Prevents the occurrence of oxidative stress which gives rise to the development of severe chronic diseases. Good for withdrawal from hormone therapy because of its estrogenic effect. It has a Prophylactic agent against osteoporosis which often develops in women during menopause. Royal Jelly is a nootropic, which is the agent that improves memory, learning and mental performance. Ability to regenerate nerve cells and activate the immune system.
This is powerful stuff, seriously powerful... the most antimicrobial substance found on earth!
It is collected by the bees from the sap and resins of plants and transformed by the bees into a sticky substance they use to seal their hive with. This is part of the magic that makes the inside of a beehive the most hygienic place on earth.
Thousands of years ago, ancient civilizations used propolis for its medicinal properties. Greeks used it to treat abscesses. Assyrians put it on wounds and tumors to fight infection and help the healing process. Egyptians used it to embalm mummies.
Researchers have identified more than 300 compounds in propolis. The majority of these compounds are forms of polyphenols. Polyphenols are antioxidants that fight disease and damage in the body. It could be used as an antidepressant, assist antibiotics and to help boost your immune system. Studies have shown that propolis has antiviral, anti-bacterial, anti-cancer and anti-inflammation effects.
Bee brood is a particularly valuable trophy for honey hunters of wild bees in Asia and Africa. It contains choline which has an important effect on the matabolism, regulating the amount of insulin in the blood. It may be good for infertility. Has a high content of free amino and essential acids, antioxident properties, vitiams, minerals, enzymes and phoshorus.
'We have to admit that the natural pharmacy of bees is incomparably more effective that the entire modern chemical and pharmaceutical industry and we have a lot to learn from them- Valery A. Isidorov