What is edible bird’s nest drink?
It’s a beverage that contains edible bird’s nest. Depending on the products, ingredients will be a bit different but mainly is edible bird’s nest fibre, rock sugar, etc.
Sanest products are made from natural edible bird’s nest (made from the saliva of swiftlets) that harvested from swiftlet islands in Vietnam.
What are benefits of edible bird’s nest drinks?
⭐️Anti-Aging, bird’s nest has been found to contain antioxidants – Antioxidant processes in the human body protect against oxidative damage caused by normal metabolic activity.
⭐️Fresh and Smooth Skin, Edible bird’s nests have long been promoted as a beauty treatment, with claims that they moisturize, whiten, and protect the skin from oxidation. In fact, proteins found in edible bird’s nests have been shown to protect the skin barrier and provide anti-aging properties
⭐️Recover faster from Illness. some bioactive compounds found in edible bird’s nests could potentially hinder the flu virus, plus components of edible bird’s nests may be able to destroy rapidly growing cancer cells.
⭐️Relieve the symptoms of stress. One systematic review in animals showed that edible bird’s nests enhanced cognitive performance by lowering inflammation and oxidative stress
⭐️Stimulate the digestive system. Bird’s Nest can be easily digested by our digestive system, thus delivering good nutrients, and thereby bringing back health to those who are weak.
⭐️ Achieve deep and restful sleep.
Is bird nest harvesting cruel?
The answer is no. For Swiftlet, they build the nest is not used to live, just to incubate the baby bird. Usually, Swiftlet is hanging on the wall to rest, it’s similar to bats. They never use the nest repeatedly, each nest is only for once. Wait for the baby bird to hatch and learn to fly, then they will abandon the nest and go.
In Vietnam, to protect the Sswiftlet nest and no one harvested the nest before breading season, only Sanest Khanh Hoa is allowed to harvest and controlled the Swiftlet Islands in Khanh Hoa province – The biggest swiftlet Islands.
Bird’s nest is not the home of Swiftlet. Therefore, there is no cruel concern. Eating bird’s nest is environmentally friendly and humane. Bird’s nest is the gift of nature.