Aloe Royal Jelly Powder Contributes to Maintain Normal Immunity: a Randomized Clinical Trial

Yi Yang (KangAo Technology Group Co., Ltd.,)
Chen Zhang (KangAo Biotechnology (Tianjin) Co., Ltd.)
Xiaoguang Zhu (KangAo Technology Group Co., Ltd., Tianjin)
Mei Huang (KangAo Technology Group Co., Ltd.,)
Xuemei Wang (KangAo Technology Group Co., Ltd.)
Xiaotong Liu (KangAo Biotechnology (Tianjin) Co.)
Qian Liu (KangAo Biotechnology (Tianjin) Co., Ltd.)
Fengjuan Zhang (KangAo Biotechnology (Tianjin) Co., Ltd.)
Weiwei Li (KangAo Technology Group Co., Ltd.)

Abstract


To study the safety and the function of maintaining normal immunity of product with royal jelly lyophilized powder and whole-leaf aloe drying powder as main raw materials. Methods: Selected 125 subjects qualified for inclusion/exclusion criteria for a trial test. (The trial group lost 9 subjects. The control group lost 6 subjects.54 effective subjects of trial group includes 12 men and 42 women. 56 effective subjects of control group including 9 men and 47 women.) The trial group was evaluated by self-control and inter-group comparison, after 90 days of continuous use of aloe royal jelly. Results: There are significant differences in the overall feeling, physiological feeling, psychological feeling and comprehensive evaluation of the individuals in the trial group after 90 days (P<0.001), which are higher than before. The control group has no statistically significant difference in the comprehensive evaluation before and after the trial (P>0.05). The ratio of CD4/CD8, IgG, IgA and IgM in the trial group and the placebo control group are above the normal low-limit. There is no obvious abnormality in indicators of blood test, blood biochemistry, liver and kidney function and other clinical tests. Conclusion: Aloe royal jelly powder contributes to maintain normal immune function and has no harmful effect to the health of subjects.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/jams.v1i4.293

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