Imperial Golden Concentrated Bird's Nest - Rock Sugar

Promotes overall immunity and beauty support

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WHAT IT IS

For wellness all year round. Bird’s nest is home to the most active agents of immunity support that work day and night to enhance energy and power up circulation.

Eu Yan Sang Imperial Golden Concentrated Bird's Nest (Rock Sugar) is specially prepared from wholesome, premium grade bird's nest, which has been carefully selected and processed to preserve its natural qualities. It is ready-to-drink and suitable for consumption by all ages and can be taken chilled or warm.

Available in Reduced Sugar as well.

US$89.90
150g
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directions

Directions

Consume anytime, warm or chilled. Best consumed on empty stomach.

Storage

Upon opening, keep refridgerated and consume within two weeks.

Ingredients

Water, Rock Sugar, Bird's Nest

dosage

Dosage

1 spoonful daily

INGREDIENT SPOTLIGHT

Bird's Nest

Bird's nest is a nutrient-rich health tonic, used for centuries in Asia. Known for its restorative effects on health and beauty, it is a rare delicacy with a thick gelatinous texture and pleasant egg-like aroma.

The proteins found in bird's nest, being easily digestible, can be used for convalescing (recovering from serious illness) patients. It is also widely consumed during pre and post-natal periods as it contains essential amino acids for healthy mom and baby. Bird's nest with a whiter appearance is especially good for the lungs, and can help soothe respiratory illnesses and reduce phlegm. It is also said to be beneficial for kidney and stomach. 

As an ancient secret to maintain youthful skin and timeless beauty, Bird’s nest boosts skin elasticity which moisturizes your skin and gives you a radiant glow. It has also been used to reduce or eliminate liver spots in the elderly, improve complexion and manage skin irritations in babies and adults.

 

Quality Assurance

To safeguard the highest level of quality & safety, Eu Yan Sang Bird's Nest is produced at HACCP certified production plant and is made from premium selected bird's nest. The Bird's Nest first undergo a series of stringent cleansing processes to ensure that they are completely free of impurities. They are then hygienically sterilized by heat treatment process and vacuum treated. With these, the original flavors and nutrients of the bird's nests would be retained.

- No artificial coloring
- No artificial flavoring
- No preservatives
- No stabilizer

FAQ

 

Edible bird’s nest is made out of nutrient-rich salivary secretion of swiflets. This gel secretion is an integral component to building the swiftlet nests, which are found in dangerous and highly inaccessible locations like steep cliffs, overhanging crags and deep caves. 

The swiflet's saliva is a natural source of vitamins and minerals containing 18 different amino acids, protein, calcium, phosphorous, iron, sodium, potassium, iodine and 6 types of hormones.

Out of more than 30 species of swiflets, only 2 species of the genus Aerodramus and 1 of the genus Collocalia make edible saliva nest. Aerodramus fuciphaga is the swiftlet that produces the highest quality of edible Bird’s Nest, because its nests are white and clean with minimum feathers. It is found only in Southeast Asia. Tedious process of cleaning approximately 10 nests takes approximately 8 hour by a person.

Pregnant Mums: Provides essential proteins to improve skin elasticity, relieve stretch marks, and promote healthy growth of the fetus.

Beauty Lovers: Slows down the aging process, promotes youthfulness and rejuvenates the skin complexion for a healthy glow from within.

Seniors: Nourishes lungs, supports respiratory health, and reduces liver spots for healthy aging.

Recovering Patients: Promotes immunity and speeds up recovery from surgery and respiratory-related illness.

Bird's nest is best consumed before bedtime, at least 3 hours after dinner. It is also ideal to eat bird's nest on an empty stomach in the morning, to maximize your body's absorption of its nutrients.