What You Need to Know

Because all of our birdís nest is processed with purified water only, it contains no chemical and preservatives. It is natural that white spots and mold to appear. Soaking the birdís nest before cooking will remove them.

Birdís nests that are processed using chemical known as Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) will appear to be very white. This chemical acts as whitener and preservative to prevent mold. Avoid buying these birdís nest. Natural birdís nest, such as ours, has ivory and a little bit of yellowish color to the white.



History of Bird Nest

In ancient times, the genuine bird nest could only be consumed by the privilege few, such as the emperor of China, due to its rarity and expensive price. However, over time swallowís nest have become widely consumed by people of any age or importance. Bird nest has many positive effects on peopleís health.

The bird nest has a long history dating back to the ancient Ming Dynasty of being able to cure or prevent variety of diseases. It is widely believed by many physicians throughout the world to help regulate the function of endocrine system as well as other bodily functions. It has been also considered to be able to slow down the aging process, in other words, a rejuvenating agent. Bird nest also acts as a demulcent to the lungs and has been used to relieve phlegm and cough. Traditionally, Chinese ladies consume the birdís nest to obtain their translucent complexion, all the more so if they are expecting. The fine complexion and health of the baby is credited to this wonderful delicacy. As for the elderly, it is taken as an elixir tonic to promote longevity and wellness of health.




White, Yellow and Red Birdís Nest

THE SWALLOW NEST birdís nests come in various shapes and colors depending on the place and when they are harvested. Our company process and supplies high quality white, yellow and red birdís nest which may come in full cup or triangle shapes. Our yellow and red birdís nest are 100% natural with no color added. Yellow and red birdís nests occur when the air moisture is high and the birdís nests are left exposed to ammonia, which comes from the birdís waste, for certain period of time. From white will turn to yellow and the older the birdís nest the darker the color. Compare to white birdís nests, which are harvested in 3 months after they are made, the yellow and red birdís nests take longer than six months until they are ready to be harvested. Thatís why yellow and red birdís nest are priced higher and harder to get.

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