26 Mar Graves Disease Research
In 2006, a medical study conducted at Karadeniz Technical University in Turkey explored the use of royal jelly in treating Graves’ disease. The research exposed lymphocyte cells from healthy patients and patients with Graves’ disease to varying concentrations of royal jelly. Immunity response was then evaluated, and the diseased cells exposed to royal jelly showed a decrease in autoimmune response. The trial concluded that royal jelly potentially can treat Graves’ disease, though further studies are necessary.