Hello all! I’m importing Bird’s Nest direct from Indonesia (Indonesia’s Bird’s Nest is one of the finest quality in the world). For now, I’m cutting out the middlemen costs (eg. shop rental, staff, overheads etc etc), so I’m able to pass on to those who love Bird’s Nest (like me!) top quality Bird’s Nest at a very reasonable, low price. 100grams of Bird’s Nest (about 13-14 pieces) at only $400!! You can also order half of that quantity – 50 grams at $200, and basically whatever amount you want….you do the maths. 🙂
A little background:
Bird’s Nest contain a “cell division inducing hormone” and an “epithelial growth factor” that can stimulate the growth and division of cells, thereby enhancing tissue growth, cellular regeneration and cell-mediated immunity in humans.
There are good scientific evidence that supports the notion that the bird’s nest can facilitate growth, replenish strength and vital energy, accelerate the recovery from disease and reinforce immunity. The specific animal proteins in an edible bird’s nest have the following three functions :
-To stimulate the regeneration of cells
-To enhance cell-mediated immunity
-To enhance the resistance of an individual to X-irradiated damage
Bird’s Nest helps regulate the function of the endocrine system as well as other body functions. They strengthen the body, moisturize the skin, maintain beauty, provide energy and enhance the metabolism of fat.
This is why, celebrities all over Asia swear by Bird’s Nest for good health and fair, smooth skin. ( I hear Fann Wong, Vivian Hsu etc are huge fans. 🙂 )
Also, my mother has been brewing Bird’s Nest for me since I was young, and I have been convinced of it’s medicinal and beauty properties, that’s why I’m bringing it in to share the goodness with you all. 🙂
Before I end, here’s my favourite recipe for Bird’s Nest (it’s very simple too!):
Bird’s Nest with Rock Sugar
1) Soak Bird’s Nest in cold or lukewarm water for 45 – 60 minutes.
2) Remove impurities, if any, and put Bird’s Nest into a double boil steamer with clean water, and boil for 2 hours.
3) Add rock sugar during the last half hour and stir well.
Bird’s Nest can also be cooked in many other ways – with gingko nuts, with american ginseng, made into soups, with fresh fruits etc…the recipes are limitless, you only need your imagination. 🙂
For a piece of this goodness, do email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or drop me a line at 818 61422!