Dosage: 1 vial per day.
Great daily boost. Full of life-enhancing properties. Good quality ingredients. May bring pain relief. Easy to drink vial. Energizing kick. Better nutritional, vitamin & mineral content than a cup of coffee in the morning. Starts the morning with a nice zingy feeling.
Not suitable for pregnant women, those sensitive to caffeine or diabetics.
After being asked by Bioceuticals to review their Biobee’s Fresh Royal Jelly Elixir, I was slightly sceptical by the claims made for this ‘natural’ product. But the company gave a 100% satisfaction guarantee on the website, so I felt encouraged and keen to test the benefits of this extra-potent elixir.
I was not disappointed.
The elixir contains:
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“Royal Egyptians used it to beautify the skin & they believed it prolonged health & life, produced instant energy & enhanced both male & female libido.” – Bioceuticals – Royal Jelly
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The inclusion of ginseng and guarana make this elixir an excellent natural energy booster, and may help to overcome tiredness, to raise libido and be especially useful for those training for sporting events.
As many of my readers know, I gave up coffee around 2 months ago. I loved my daily coffee, the enhanced clarity and energy from my daily boost, but, due to a few sleepless nights, I discovered I had become overly sensitive to caffeine. I am one of those people who can only handle stimulants occasionally and in moderation. For this reason I made the balanced decision to trial the elixir for 2 days and then monitor my close friend and house-mate Michael who would continue the course on my behalf.
On the two days I took the elixir, I had an instant energy boost. It surprised me how potent the elixir actually was. And the increased energy I had, on the two days I took it, was enough for me, as it lasted the entire day. It had a quite distinctive ginger taste, so it was quite hot when it hit the back of my throat, but this gave it the added “HELLO, I AM NOW AWAKE” factor.
In addition to the extra zing in my tail, it did not have the dehydrating effects of coffee on my body. So to me this is a great benefit. That, and the fact that it is rich in proteins, amino acids, vitamins and essential fatty acids made it distinctly different from my daily coffee. The kick with value.
As my friend took over he informed me that the Biobee’s Elixir gave him a daily energy boost and made him feel more clear-minded. And one major added bonus he found, when taking the elixir, was that he had a migraine prior to waking one morning, and, as he woke up it was starting to get worse. Normally, it would get worse and he would have to rest, but after he took the elixir, the migraine lessened, and within an hour he had completely recovered. After researching the ingredients, I discovered that the herb ginseng has anti-inflammatory properties, which added to the properties of royal jelly and ginger, has the potential to reduce pain. It was highly effective pain relief for Michael.
The effect on his libido was not noticeable on this short course, but I can imagine the extra energy and healing properties would have the potential for this over time.
Chinese medicine has always been something that has fascinated me, and as Biobees has many ingredients often used in Chinese medicine, and is of the highest quality too, I can see the potential for longer term use of this product.
- Anti-inflammatory Ginseng, Royal Jelly & Ginger.
- Energising Ginseng, Guarana & Sarsaparilla.
- May help to enhance the libido (Damiana Aphrodisiaca Extract)
- Improves digestion (Damiana Aphrodisiaca Extract & Ginger)
- May lower stomach acid levels (liquorice)
Who would Biobees Fresh Royal Jelly Elixir benefit the most?
For anyone who finds it hard to get going in the mornings, suffers low energy, is feeling run down or is training for a sports event, then I would say that this would support your healthy living regime.
“Amazonian Indians, famed for their strength and endurance were convinced that this herb kept them in superb physical shape. It contains approximately twice as much caffeine as coffee and it is this that gives it its stimulatory properties, ..” – Bioceuticals – Guarana
If you are someone who suffers from recurring headaches or migraines, then this elixir may also benefit you too. The nutritional and healing properties of the elixir as a whole would probably support a healthy living lifestyle.
My Cautionary Advice
This is not a product you want to misuse and over take. It contains caffeine and other stimulants, so use it wisely. One vial per day. It is not recommended during pregnancy or for anyone who is allergic to bee related products. I would advise those with diabetes to check with their Doctor before taking this product because of the molasses and honey content.
From my personal experience, I would also advise that any of my readers who may experience ongoing daily anxiety, or panic attacks, may not benefit from this elixir due to its stimulating qualities, which could increase anxiety levels. Please be sure to read the disclaimers below.
Thank you Bioceuticals for an interesting and informative experience.
Post Disclaimer: I received the product BioBee’s Fresh Royal Jelly Elixir from Bioceuticals in the UK. All opinions are my own and those relayed from Michael Doherty regarding his experience with the product.
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