Bird saliva soup full of benefits.. Chinese people taste strange!

bird saliva soup

Strange in China: Chinese people are eager to taste the soup made from the bird’s saliva-filled nest. Made using the nests of a small Chinese bird, the swiftlet, this soup is said to protect the skin, boost the immune system, and help control the appearance of aging, according to traditional Chinese medicine notes.

Now with the dominance of social media, bird saliva soup is known all over the world and is gaining attention. A mere 500 grams of dried bird’s nest is sold at Rs 1.6 lakh, which is surprising.

Oh my gosh… Bird’s nest soup, considered to be China’s oldest and most delicious dish, is trending on social media. Recently on social media sites like Insta, it has gained popularity in the beauty industry for its ability to improve skin health.

In many places like Malaysia and Thailand, people have started swiplet farms to collect their nests. In this, the vacant houses are converted into Swiftlet houses and used as farms due to high income.

 

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Bird’s Nest Soup

Bird’s Nest Soup is a traditional Chinese dish. The main material used for this is bird cage. It is cooked with chicken broth and seafood for flavoring. It is believed to have excellent taste and medicinal benefits.

Full of benefits:

The Asian bird’s saliva-rich nest contains glycoproteins, collagen, amino acids, and antioxidants that are believed to improve skin elasticity, reduce wrinkles, and promote a youthful appearance.

The long-standing use of bird’s nest in traditional Chinese medicine to promote beauty and health lends credibility to its modern skin care applications.

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