Can Royal Jelly Potentiate Breast Cancer?

I have read that Royal Jelly has estrogenic properties -- it has been shown to improve prostate and ovary health conditions. I'm wondering if someone with a family history of breast cancer (mother & sister) would be advised NOT to take royal jelly as the estrogen in royal jelly might encourage breast cells to grow and/or turn into cancer?

Does anyone have experience/knowledge with this? Royal Jelly is so great for so many conditions; I'm trying to weigh options before I make recommendation for friend? Individual who is considering royal jelly has not been diagnosed with cancer - she gets a checkup every 6 months and everything is fine - she just doesn't want to do anything to possibly encourage development of breast cancer in herself. Your thoughts please. Thanks

Angela's Comments:

There is no research that I am aware of that indicates royal jelly might potentiate breast cancer. It does not contain any estrogen. It is a hormonal tonic which means it helps to balance hormones.

If breast cancer is a concern, you should avoid the following:

1. Soy
2. Coffee
3. Red Clover
4. Licorice
5. Hops
6. Yucca
7. Motherwort
8. Chemicals that mimic estrogens
9. Pesticides and herbicides
10. Plastics
11. The birth control pill

I highly, highly recommend you protect yourself with an estrogen detox product such as EstroSmart. This product offers amazing breast cancer protection and I believe every woman should be taking this product to protect themself.

Bee healthy,

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Aug 05, 2018
Royal Jelly and breast cancer
by: Maria iride Cordoba

I found a research about the relation between royal jelly and breast cancer that I want to share with you.

The findings on this research show the effect of the royal jelly in reducing the tumor on breast cancer.

I also have read that the positive or negative effect of the royal jelly in breast cancer depends of the type of cancer. It is not recommended if the breast cancer is hormone dependent.

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