Thursday, August 09, 2007

Sữa Ong Chúa- A Miracle Product or Not?


Credit image to Ky Duyen's House

No, this is not an advertisement for the product. But I find this to be very interesting. Ever since I saw Ky Duyen’s advertisement for Sua Ong Chua AKA Royal Jelly, people around me are running to buy it. So what is this thing, what does it do? This product claims to help you sleep better, get better skin that is baby soft; even out your skin pigment, lost weight, regulate your digestive system, good for your liver, fight aging, and lots more good stuff for your health and beauty. Their target audiences are women who want to look and feel better by being younger and have the “baby” skin. I don’t know how much of this stuff is true or have been proven but it all seems too good to be true. My aunt went to buy this product at a Vietnamese pharmacy and found out that there are many brands and the one Ky Duyen advertised for is only one of them. Everyone is taking interest in creating “Sua Ong Chua.” My aunt used the product and then stopped long ago claiming it hasn’t done anything. People who make it probably say it takes time and the effect is different for everyone. I think that there is no miracle pill. You just have to know to take care of yourself by eating right, exercising and also have a positive attitude in life and you will live a happy, healthy and longer life without having to spend money.


Credit image to Ky Duyen's House

However, much of what people want is a quick and easy way to get what they want. This goes the same for losing weight. There is not a method that is safe and good for you other than taking the long way out. Diet and exercise is the key, and it also requires a lot of determination as well. Diet and exercise is not only for when you feel you want or need to lose weight but is something that you can do everyday to be healthier and live longer. It helps you stay in shape and give you more energy to move around and do many things. I myself am on a diet and exercise plan and it has been working well. For me I hate exercising and I mostly eat junk food, fast food, and I don’t play sports or do much outdoor activities. So I always feel so weak even if it is just walk up the stairs on a third floor. I knew I needed to get my body working and not slack off. And now I have more energy to do things, feel good about my body and still able to eat but just less of the things that are bad for my body. It is a lot of hard work because I have to learn to control myself and keep myself motivated everyday. I make sure I do at least an hour of work out and that eat more healthy food that actually makes me full. At first my body was in so much pain, but after a few days I got used to exercising and now I feel so much energy in me and I lost 15 lbs. Looking at a product like “Sua Ong Chua” I can learn a few things such as that hard working and determination goes a long way and that I should not depend on any kind miracle way to do things. Shortcuts might be appealing, but there is almost no such thing in life. Lastly advertisements, and what is on television, magazines, or even the news are not always what they seem to be. We all have to just work hard for what we want and not look for miracles or shortcuts.

12 comments:

natalia said...

bac toi 53 tuoi,bi viem gan B,tieu duong nhe,mo trong mau,co the dieu tri cung 1 luc hay tung giai doan 1,bac toi muon dat mua thuoc tren mang:viem gan B,tieu duong,mo trong mau va sua ong chua so 63 thi dat mua tren mang nhut the nao,va cach tra tien trne mang hay nhu the nao?hien tai chung toi dang sinh song tai CONG HOA BALAN,thanh pho KRAKOW,rat mong su hoi am cua quy co.

Anonymous said...

Im from Australia and my aunt had to spend around $90(AUS)for this so-called miracle product and it hasnt done anything remotly miraculous. I reckon she only bought it cause Ky Duyen endorrsed it.

Anonymous said...

If it is a true "cure all" they would have marketed it to US and international. but it's not, it probably just a bunch of herbs and vitamins combined along with a lot of false advertisements. What might make it works is the placebo affects. It's just "vitamin supplements" or herbs. because if it was a real "drug" it would have to be dealt with the FDA. Anyway, I wouldnt take it, who knows what they put in there. And if it's actually is real. I'm sure they would ahve sold it to huge medical companies and such for a couple of billions of dollars already instead of doing this little gig. I saw it plaster all over the place in San Jose. Strangely, not so much in Orange County.

Anyway, it probably cure cancer, give super strenght, and make a person fly too.

Anonymous said...

Natalia,

Take your relative to real doctors for real medication. You might make it worst by giving them the Sua Ong Chu stuffs. Hepatitis can be suppress by medication, but it would go away, damages to the liver is con going. As for diabetes, all your relative have to do is lose weight (unless they inheritted as a child or received it while going through pregnancies). Otherwise, just lose the weight and the diabetes will go away. And high cholesterol seem to go along with diabete, they such just be on a healthy diet from now on the reduce the bad cholesterol and reduce the diabetes.

Anonymous said...

troi ddat oi, natalia co biet ddoc anh van ko vay? nguoi ta ddang post la sua ong chua ko co cong dung ma natalia lai hoi cach lam sao mua. chi cua Nhu cung dda mua mot chai sua ong chua, uong con vai vien la het chai ma chang co thay cong dung gi het. ngu thi tu truoc gio van ngu vay, con da co trang khi kho gi ddau. vet na'm, tan nhan van con even she ko co tan nhan nhieu ddau.

Anonymous said...

just exercise, get enough sleep, eat healthy food, dont stress out too much and you can throw those so called miracle products away...=D

Anonymous said...

psst!...

me thinks this Sua Ong Chua is just a classier, over rated version of your average 'fish oil tablet' which you can get from the local health store for only $8!

Anonymous said...

THUOC GI CUNG VAY, UONG NHIEU QUA SE BI NONG NGUOI, DDOI LUC TIEU HOA KHONG TOT. TOI DDA THU THUOC NAY, SUA ONG CHUA #63 HET 4 HU MA CHANG THAY GI THAY DDOI CA, DA MAC VANG TAI', DDEM NGU CUNG DDAU CO NGON, NAM XUONG LA NGU LIEN DDUOC DDAU...CUNG BI THAO THUC TRANG TROC. KY DDO TOI MUA DDE UNG HO TU THIEN CHO NHA CHUA. CHO NEN KHI BIET THUOC KHONG GIUP , KHONG CO CONG HIEU GI CHO TOI CA, TOI CUNG KHONG GIAM THANG TRACH AI DDUOC. NHUNG MUON NOI LEN CHO BA CON BIET LA DDUNG TIN QUAN CAO QUA NHIEU. TIEN MAT MA TAT LAI MANG.

Anonymous said...

I was watching the adverts and commercials on a Paris By Night DVD and saw Ky Duyen interviewing Thai Son and Truc Lam on Royal Jelly.
Truc Lam claimed that this miracle product helped her regain some lost hair, and
Thai Son claimed that it miraculously made his skin complexion alot clearer.

say... how much money were these celebs paid to b******t about this Royal Jelly product?

Anonymous said...

Hey Im from Australia, this Royal Jelly stuff used to cost up to $100 Australian dollars and now it's down to about $20. Is the stuff really worth it anyway?

My overweight aunt used this product... she's still overweight till this day.

Anonymous said...

Well, Royal Jelly, as its called in english, is supposedly an anti-inflammatory, cholesterol-lowering, antibiotic sort of thing. But no scientific evidence proves so. So, I doubt it works and I'm guessing its more of a placebo effect for those who have seen results. Its just a scam, those pills probably have only a small percentage of this royal jelly. Plus, those who are allergic to this stuff, may face fatal side-effects, so I hope they put a label on it.

Anonymous said...

The only thing that it does do is fill Her bank accounts. I'm sure she's laughing all the way to the bank using that money for plastic surgery ;). So sad that there are so many vultures out there preying on those people that are too naive to know better. I only blame the person that endorse the product. No accountability. I despise such people preying on the hard earn money of other for a sub par product with illegitimate claim