Bird's Nest Knowledge

Health Benefits of Consuming Bird's Nest

For Everyone :
  • Stimulates cell growth and reproduction;
  • Restores fine complexion and youthfulness, thus slows down the ageing process.
  • Improves blood circulation, metabolism, memory and agility;
  • Helps alleviates asthma;
  • Improves lung, kidney and intestinal functions;
  • Strengthen body’s overall immune system, which lower the risk of cancer, heart disease, macular degeneration and diabetes;
 
For Women, Expectant Mothers and Babies :
  • Promotes neurological and intellectual development for baby with the natural sialic acid in bird’s nests;
  • Helps relieve stretch marks with the natural epidermal growth factor (EGF) in bird’s nests;
  • Helps strengthen the mother’s body so that she has a higher resistance towards pregnancy-related ailments;
  • Enhances fetus immunity and speeds up post-delivery recuperation when consumed during pregnancy;

 

Cave Nest vs House Nest 

It’s Time To Know The Difference

Characteristics

Cave Nest

House Nest

Habitat

Limestone Caves

Specially built structures known as Swiftlet Farms

Environment

External and Uncontrolled

Internal and Controlled

Harvesting Risks

High, due to climbing vertically at dangerous heights.

 Safe, due to low heights of the nesting surfaces which are no more than 10 feet above the ground.

Type of Edible Bird’s Nest

Black Nest and   White Nest

White Nest

Level of Impurities

High

Low