Is it safe to give children royal jelly?

by Nguyen

Is it safe to give pure royal jelly to children from 6-10? What should the dose be?


Angela's Comments:

I would be ultra cautious in giving royal jelly to children. If you do decide too, start out with very, very small doses and slowly work up from there as they show tolerance. I would also suggest letting your Doctor or Naturopathic Doctor know that you are giving it to them, if you decide to do so.

Bee pollen might be a better supplement to give children, in my opinion. Again, I would recommend you start out with very, very small amounts and determine tolerance from there.



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