Royal Jelly

Royal Jelly
Royal Jelly

Royal jelly is a fluid secretion produced by worker bees, to feed all the larvae in the hive during their first days of life. Only one bee – selected to become a queen – is fed with royal jelly for the rest of its life.
Royal jelly is secreted from glands on the heads of worker bees. It is synthesized from pollen, water and honey, mixed with saliva, hormones and vitamins. Fresh royal jelly tastes acid and resembles condensed milk.
Royal jelly extract is a suspension of royal jelly in glycerin.

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Oat milk

Oat milk
Oat milk

Oak milk External applications of oat seeds have a helpful emollient effect in cases of skin irritation, seborrhea and different types of pruritus. Oat mucilage is used in creams to treat sun-induced erythema. Oat flour has long been used in cosmetics as an ingredient of face masks and as an additive of soaps to relieve irritation and itching. It has been claimed that the topical use of oat was discovered by chance, as a group of railway workers, who had been walking among dense bushes and abundant nettles, applied oat flour poultices on the rash they had on their hands. Oat flour preparations were also believed to leave a protective film on the skin. 

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