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In many parts of Asia you can find a species of bird called the swiftlet. Certain species, known as cave swiftlets, are unique in that rather than building nests from twigs they form intricately woven threads from their gummy saliva. These threads then harden when exposed to air.

These nests are a prized culinary ingredient through much of Asia as they are thought to promote healthy skin, strengthen the liver, and boost the immune system (this is partially true as the saliva has high amounts of calcium and potassium). These nests can go for nearly $30-$10,000 per kilogram depending on the type of species of swiftlet the nest comes from and due to the difficulty in harvesting the nests themselves. (Incidentally, many species of cave swiftlet are in danger of going extinct due to this harvesting.) They're often used in bird's nest soup and in various drinks. 

A friend brought a few of these bird's nest drinks over during a game of mah jongg one night. Now, given, eating bird spit has never been one of those things I've ever longed to try both because of the ecological impact and because it sounds a bit gross (but, then again, I eat honey and that's not much different). Still, they were here so I tried it. 

The mixture is made of only sugar, bird's nest, and water. The resulting taste is that of a slightly minerally and even somewhat floral simple syrup. There is an odd texture from the bits of rock candy and nest floating about. Honestly, the idea is far more exotic and unique than the flavor. Still, I bet you could create some truly wicked cocktails from this.


Bird’s Nest is best consumed on an empty stomach.

In TCM, Bird’s Nest is classified as a tonic. Ideally, it should be consumed before meals to allow the body to better absorb its nutrients.

2. The colour of red Bird’s Nest does not come from the swiftlet’s blood.

Contrary to popular belief, the colour of red Bird’s Nest is caused by either oxidation or minerals absorbed from the environment.

3. Men may use Bird’s Nest to promote overall immunity.

Bird’s Nest has high glycoprotein content, growth factors and a neutral energetic property, which help boost a weak immune system.

4. Bird’s Nest is traditionally used as a beauty food.

Bird’s Nest is reputed to maintain youthfulness and enhance the complexion.

Modern studies have shown that Bird’s Nest is rich in epidermal growth factor(EGF). This substance is responsible for skin and tissue repair.

5. Bird’s Nest is believed to speed up recovery.

When Bird’s Nest is consumed in moderation, its unique predigested form of proteins and nutrients is said to aid recovery from chronic illnesses.

In particular, Bird’s Nest may help relieve respiratory ailments such as asthma or chronic coughs.

6. Seniors may use Bird’s Nest to maintain and enhance their health.

Bird’s Nest is traditionally used to clear Phlegm, ease chronic dry coughs and relieve fatigue - common complaints as we get older.

Bird’s Nest can also be used to stimulate the appetite, improve digestion and stimulate bowel movement.

7. Bird’s Nest is a good supplement for growing children.

From a biological standpoint, Bird’s Nest contains proteins, amino acids and minerals that are essential for healthy development.

In TCM, regular consumption of Bird’s Nest helps prevent colds and flus. By improving the function of the Lungs and Kidneys, Bird’s Nest helps boost the body’s immune system and increase resistance to external environmental factors.

Note: Since Bird’s Nest may cause allergic reactions in certain individuals, do exercise caution when consuming Bird’s Nest for the first time.


Advantages:

  1.  beautify hair
  2. refreshing eye
  3. strengthens the nerves and bones
  4. accelerate recovery and repair of body tissues damaged
  5. elastic skin and reduce wrinkles

usage:
  •  1 tablespoon morning and night

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