Royal JellyRoyal Jelly is a milky secretion derived from the pharyngeal glands of the honey bee. This "super food" of the bees is specially blended with enzymes and fed to each bee destined to become a queen. It is the exclusive food of the queen bee throughout her highly productive life, enabling her to lay up to 3,000 eggs per day during her six-year lifespan.
Worker bees eating ordinary honey live only four to six weeks.

Forever Bee PropolisOne of the most effective natural antibiotics ever, bee propolis helps to maintain excellent health by strengthening our immune system. So effective are the antibacterial, antiviral and antiparasitic properties of propolis, that the interior of a beehive is many more times germ-free than the most sterile of operating theatres. One particularly potent bacterium called MRSA, against which no other antibiotic seem to be very effective, is extemely sensitive to propolis.
Pollen is the fertilizing dust of flowers. Bees gather and bring it back to their hives for food. Without pollen, plants, trees and flowers could not exist; even we depend on it.
Bee pollen contains a wide spectrum of nutrients to help maintain good health. These include all vitamins of the B-complex and vitamin C. Since these are water soluble, they can be taken daily.

Bees make honey by traveling from flower to flower, removing the rich nectar, storing it briefly to mix with their enzymes, then depositing the honey in their hives. Throughout the ages, honey has been recognized as a premium natural food - a storehouse of nutritional goodness and easily digested.
Honey contains many ingredients needed to maintain good health, including 78% sugars (glucose, fructose and sucrose), and other minerals, vitamins, enzymes, proteins and amino acids.