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LIFEMEL from the beehive
Get the quality of life back

The secret of LIFEMEL is in 16 herbal ingredients of the unique extract fed on by the bees.
Uncaria, Echinacea, and Calendula have been found effective for strengthening the immune system. They also contribute to the white blood cell production in the body.

The plants the bees feed on in this product

Mulberry
Medical properties: Anti-inflammatory. Some of the chemical components in the leaves have been found to be effective in lowering blood sugar and contributing to the protection of blood vessels in the body.
Where the plant grows: Originally from Northern China, but now it is cultivated around the world.
What parts are used: Leaves
Stinging Nettle
Medical properties: Some of the components in the plant have been documented to have anti-inflammatory properties, which help the immune system. Besides that, it was found that Stinging Nettle has hypoglycemic properties and it can help balance blood sugar levels.
Where the plant grows: In Europe and Asia.
What parts are used: Leaves, seeds, and root.
Purple Coneflower
Medical properties: Echinacea (Purple Coneflower) activates and stimulates the immune system, serves as a supportive treatment for colds and respiratory infections.
Where the plant grows: Originally from South America, but now it is common in most parts of the world.
What parts are used: Flowers, leaves, and roots.
Chicory
Medical properties: The main active ingredients in the plant are called Magnolialide and Lactucin. There is evidence from research that these substances are anti-inflammatory and analgesic.
Where the plant grows: In the Middle East and Europe.
What parts are used: Root, leaves, and flowers.
Peruvian Marigold
Medical properties: It has been reported that the use of Peruvian Marigold may improve symptoms of arthritis, and help fight various infections.
Where the plant grows: Mostly in South America.
What parts are used: The outer layer of the root.
Oats
Medical properties: The main active ingredients in this plant are alkaloids, flavonoids and various chemical derivatives of plant sterols (phytosterols). These substances are known to have the ability to reduce pain and help treat inflammation.
Where the plant grows: Originally from the Middle East, but it has been cultivated for centuries all over the world.
What parts are used: The plant's seeds and body.
Melissa
Medical properties: Some of the chemical components in the plant have antiviral properties. There are scientific reports indicating that Melissa plant helps in treating digestive problems and irritable bowel syndrome.
Where the plant grows: In the Middle East and West Asia.
What parts are used: Leaves.
Siberian Ginseng
Medical properties: Relaxes, helps overcome insomnia and restlessness. Helps the body recover from fatigue, exhaustion or illness.
Where the plant grows: In Russia and former Soviet Union countries.
What parts are used: Roots.
Blackcurrant
Medical properties: The active ingredients in this plant belong mainly to the flavonoid family (quercetin, kaempferol, rutin, etc.). In the scientific literature, these substances are known for being effective in relieving different symptoms of infections.
Where the plant grows: In Europe.
What parts are used: Fruits.
Fig
Medical properties: Studies have shown that the plant has hypoglycemic properties and the ability to protect the liver.
Where the plant grows: All over the world.
What parts are used: Fruits.
Red Clover
Medical properties: Some of the components in the plant (for example, isoflavones have anti-inflammatory effects, and it also helps the thyroid gland.
Where the plant grows: All over the world.
What parts are used: Inflorescence.
Dandelion
Medical properties: Helps protect the liver, some of the components in the plant have anti-inflammatory abilities.
Where the plant grows: In cold regions of Northern Europe and North America.
What parts are used: Mostly the root, but the leaves as well.
Elecampane
Medical properties: The group of major active ingredients in the plant is called alantolactone. These ingredients act as powerful antioxidants and are anti-inflammatory.
Where the plant grows: In Europe and Asia.
What parts are used: Roots.
Testimonials

Experts and research

Dr. Joshua Maor
R&D
“The unique extract of plants on which the bees feed includes bioactive ingredients such as iron, vitamins and proteins that improve your immune system”

    LIFEMEL Expert opinion on the toxicological aspects and risk assessment

    LIFEMEL product report Dr. Joshua Maor

    LIFEMEL first clinical trial- Ziv Hospital, Israel

    German lab report- LIFEMEL quality control

FAQ

How long does it take for the product to start working?
15 to 30 days
Which foods can be combined with the product and which should be avoided?
The product works best when taken without food and on an empty stomach. It is recommended to slowly suck one teaspoonful until it dissolves in your mouth.
Who is this product NOT recommended for?
For children under 2 years of age, for people who are allergic to honey and beehive products and for people who suffer from diabetes. In any case, it is recommended to consult with a doctor before using the product.
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