The royal jelly is a creamy white substance, derived from the specialized glands of the bee workers' throat.
It is intended as a food for the growth of bee larvae, which, thanks to the influence of this slurry, have evolved into queen bees. Royal jelly is not confused with honey, as it is not produced by the body of bees as opposed to royal jelly.

The recommended dosage is: one teaspoon in the morning under the tongue until dissolved, children half a teaspoon and athletes and patients up to two. Required use time is set at 3 months per year.