If you really wanted to know about honey and royal jelly, you will need to sit down with our own Mr. Amin for an hour or two and let him go through different types of honey, their differences and prime harvest time for each. But for the purpose of this short text lets keep it short ans sweet to what exactly is "ژل رویال" or Royal Jelly. Royal jelly is a honey bee secretion that is used in the nutrition of larvae, as well as adult queens. Royal jelly is harvested by stimulating colonies with movable frame hives to produce queen bees. Royal jelly is collected from each individual queen cell (honeycomb) when the queen larvae are about four days old. These are the only cells in which large amounts are deposited; when royal jelly is fed to worker larvae, it is fed directly to them, and they consume it as it is produced, while the cells of queen larvae are "stocked" with royal jelly much faster than the larvae can consume it. Therefore, only in queen cells is the harvest of royal jelly practical. A well-managed hive during a season of 5–6 months can produce approximately 200 g of royal jelly. Since the product is perishable, producers must have immediate access to proper cold storage (e.g., a household refrigerator or freezer) in which the royal jelly is stored until it is sold or conveyed to a collection center. Sometimes honey or beeswax is added to the royal jelly, which is thought to aid its preservation.This truly magical product of nature has long had a special place in medicine. Recent studies have found royal jelly likely to enhance collagen production and vasodilation, to reduce premenstrual syndrome effects, and to protect brain cells against Alzheimer's disease.
Mr. Amin has his own stories about his honey bee quins and their royal jelly in their colony/comb.