Will boiling water hurt the royal jelly (in tea)?

Hi, can I put royal jelly (in honey) in my hot tea and still retain all of the health benefits?


Thanks!

Angela's Response:

The temperature that a food will begin to lose it's beneficial properties is 118 degrees Fahrenheit. Food that has not been cooked or heated above 118 degree F is considered raw. All the enzymes will be present. Since boiling point is 212 degrees F, you will have to wait a short time for it to cool to ensure you don't kill all of the valuable enzymes and living properties.

Angela

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May 20, 2016
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Royal jelly and tea
by: Anonymous

Don't put it in your hot tea. Iced tea yes. Hot. Never.

Nov 28, 2013
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but but
by: magicgold

But 118 F is already very cold and non-optimal. What do I do?

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