Apilarnil is an acronym:
■ Api – bee
■ lar for larvae
■ n for Nicolae, the first name of the man who discovered Apilarnil, and
■ il the two initials for the discoverer’s last name, Iliesiu.
About 30 years ago in Romania, Nicolae discovered when he fed his chickens and ducks dead bees, the weak ones not only got stronger, but the birds grew faster than normal. Apilarnil is the white, almost fully formed, drone larvae. When ground, strained through special filters, and added to bee pollen, Apilarnil has compositions similar to and is administered like Royal Jelly. It is anti-viral as Royal Jelly. It’s high in nutrients for memory, and is good for male sexuality and gastro-intestinal use. Often it is administered in powder or tablet form.
Like many bee products, Apilarnil’s medicinal properties are undergoing constant research and discovery. These are amazing insects!
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