May 11, 2020
Royal jelly contains two similar acetylcholine-like substances,Royal Jelly which cause a rapid drop in blood pressure after intravenous injection in cats and dogs. The blood pressure curve is similar to acetylcholine. The antihypertensive effect of lml royal jelly is equivalent to lμg acetylcholine. This effect can be used by atropine. Fight against,Royal Jelly strengthened by physostigmine, the serum choline brewing enzyme can destroy it, and it has no effect on the boosting effect of epinephrine and ephedrine; Royal Jelly daily injection of 5 mg/kg royal jelly subcutaneously for 2 consecutive weeks Hypertensive dogs have no antihypertensive effect. Intravenous injection of frog abdomen wall 1.5-5% royal jelly 0.5-1.0ml/ only started heartbeat smaller than normal, the amplitude increased after 2-3 minutes, the cardiac contractility increased,Royal Jelly and finally stopped in the systole period, enema rabbit at 30ml/kg, It can increase the amplitude of contraction of the in vivo heart,Royal Jelly and the effect lasts for more than two hours. It is directly perfused into the isolated frog heart to stop the heart from beating, and atropine can resist it;Royal Jelly there are other reports that inhibit the isolated frog heart and rabbit heart. Epinephrine and atropine can't fight this inhibition phenomenon. 1% royal jelly saline is injected into the frog's abdominal wall vein and there is no Apilaeum (AHHmH) that can dilate the coronary blood vessels of the isolated cat's heart. Cats have a significant antihypertensive effect and are used clinically in patients with chronic coronary insufficiency.