Dr.Karol, MD

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Radical Remedies: Royal Jelly

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Bee Royal Jelly

Did you know that bees create Royal Jelly?

When worker bees are raising a new queen bee, they feed a few chosen larvae copious amounts of Royal Jelly, a honeybee secretion that stimulates morphological changes in the larvae to transform them into queens. The queen is much larger than the workers, it has a longer life span and unlike to the worker bees, it has ovaries that can produce eggs.


The queen continues its royal jelly treatment throughout its life, which is evidenced by its size and longevity. Could humans also benefit from these same Royal Jelly benefits? Studies suggest that this may be so. Royal jelly has a broad spectrum of minerals and vitamins, especially the B-complex vitamins. It is also rich in various amino acids. Best of all, it comes from natural sources, which means it contains superior nutrients to those from synthetic sources.

Royal Jelly has been shown to have cholesterol lowering, anti-inflammatory, antibiotic, and wound healing properties. The most notable finding is Royal Jelly’s stimulatory effect on the growth of neural stem cells, which means it can be used to treat many neurodegenerative conditions such as ALS or Alzheimer’s. Its effect on inhibiting vascularization of tumours, when combined with modern radical therapies for tumors like medical marijuana and standard procedures such as surgery, makes for a powerful combination.

Bees don’t just help put sweeten your tea and brighten up your flowerbeds. These flying marvels have a lot more to offer.

Author: Dr. Karol, MD

Alternative medicine expert, educator, medical health advisor and author. Recognized as a health expert who is highly knowledgeable in conventional medicine, supplementation, botanical medicine, clinical nutrition and diet and exercise programs. Karol graduated with a B.Sc. with distinction from the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg. Following this Karol completed a doctor of medicine degree as well as the medical post-graduation internship in Europe. Karol started his media career by hosting the radio Radical Remedies portion of The Natural Health Show. The Natural Health Show brings together a collection of health experts to discuss natural health solutions in a way that’s easy to understand. Karol also speaks on health matters and the potential of healthy ingredients on video blogs and at health tradeshows. He currently works closely with and represents some of Canada’s leading health product companies. Karol is currently the Medical Director of Vitarock.com, an online store for all things healthy. Here Karol reviews the products considered by Vitarock to ensure they meet the company’s four core pillars; to be pure, green, safe and fair. He also interacts directly with Vitarock’s online shoppers, being available by phone to provide a free medical consultation and to recommend the best possible products. He is also a senior advisor for dicentra, one of Canada’s leading regulatory and scientific consulting firms. Karol reviews science and compiles reports for Health Canada and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to help companies bring new and exciting products and ingredients to market. His overall philosophy is that as a society we should implement a more personal approach to our existing medical system showing more empathy, personal attention, as well as emotional and psychological support to individuals in need of help. He also believes in the value of integrating modern Western medical practice with natural remedies, exercise, time spent with nature, and a healthy diet rich in super foods.

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