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Royal Jelly helps brain function after surgery!

My mother is using royal jelly is because she underwent a neurosurgery 2 years ago for a benign brain tumor. It was located very deep into the brain, so because of the surgery, she lost half of the sight of both eyes, and had dyslexia (mixing letters, numbers, difficulty to read) and recent memory troubles. As I'm a physician (and a researcher, in fact), I was conducting a research on PubMed on another subject and found out that a Japanese researcher had isolated a substance from the royal jelly that was able to induce neurite growth on rat cells, so I decided to try it with her, hoping it could help her neurons reestablish the connections that were lost during the surgery. She's been using it now for 2 months, and we have noticed a dramatic improvement in her ability to type and write, and her recent memory improved a lot. Overall, she is feeling much better. So, I just wanted to let you know, as it might help other people with similar conditions as well.

Clarissa

2016-09-03T10:13:19-07:00

Clarissa