Royal jelly for AS and Reflux


I'm taking royal jelly about one month. I have been suffering from AS - that's a kind spine inflammatory disease. Most of the days I had to use diclofenac suppository due to pain. Anyway now after taking about one month of royal jelly (1000 mg's capsule), I feel much more better and I rarely use diclofenac. but there's one thing that I read in the site that after taking 30 days there should be a 30 days break from taking royal jelly. I really dont know what to do. and when I take royal jelly everything is fine than stomach. I have reflux and felt the food that I take didn't diegest. so you think what should I do?

I really appreciate if you give me necessary information regarding having break from taking and my stomach problem.


You might want to consider staying on the royal jelly if it is making this much of a difference in your health. I don't recommend a 30 day break but perhaps one week at most.

Bee healthy,

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May 20, 2014
Apple Cider Vinegar
by: Anonymous

Some Foods, Vitamins, and my Blood Pressure medicine give me heartburn and reflux. Sometimes, it isn't bad, but others, very, very bad.
I have been taking Bragg Raw Unfiltered Apple Cider Vinegar, and it really helps. I put a tablespoonful of the vinegar , and a tablespoon of honey into some warm water, and drink it. The first few sips are kind of gross, but after that, it isn't so bad, and I find it as relaxing as a cup of chamomile tea. I like Bragg the best, but make sure you always use the raw unfiltered kind with the "mother" (slimy goop on the bottom that you shake up) in it.
Sometimes when I don't have time for the cup of vinegar and water, I take Swanson brand Double-Strength Apple Cider Vinegar tablets, and they're pretty good too.

Also, take B12! I'm just a firm believer in it.

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