Birds'nest has been consumed for centuries, by children, adults and elders, but it is always important for pregnant women, and persons with existing health conditions or allergies to consult with their doctor on any health-related questions, including whether to have bird's nest drinks.
◆ We'll always recommend that you consume our drinks A.S.A.P. for maximum freshness!
◆ If you absolutely have to store them, drink them all within 15 days.
◆ Remember to keep them in the fridge!
Although we said "hot vs cold",
◆ Hot bird's nest: Ideally at room temperature
◆ Cold bird's nest: Convenient to carry, best when feeling heaty
⟡ Bird's nest drinks should ideally be at maximum 80°C throughout its lifespan
The best choice depends on you!
Bird’s nest is good for you, but how much is too much? The answer depends on the type of bird’s nest you choose:
◆ White bird’s nest: every day! White bird’s nest is purer, uncoloured by natural minerals and suitable for everyone.
◆ Red and golden bird’s bests: weekly only due to higher mineral content.
◆ 70ml bottle of fresh boiled bird's nest
◆ 3g bird's nest strands in every bottle
◆ Freshly boiled every day
◆ 100% chemical-free
◆ Special packaging, perfect for display or gifts
GeGe is committed to providing you the freshest bird's nest drinks possible. That's why we offer next-day delivery, just for you!
◆ Deliveries to addresses within Klang and Klang Valley areas
◆ Deliveries beyond these areas will take three (3) days from order placement
We currently ship to West Malaysia only (Free Shippin
Due to high demand for our products, please expect :
- Next day delivery for Klang Valley & 14000, 14100, 13500, 13700
- 2 days delivery time for the rest of Penang
- up to 3 days delivery time for the rest of West Malaysia
We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause.
Bird’s nest should be consumed on an empty stomach! This gives your body the best chance to absorb its nutrients. Therefore, you are recommended to drink bird’s nest:
◆ In the morning, before breakfast
◆ At night, at least three (3) hours after dinner
How would you know whether you can drink bird's nest? Bird's nest is suitable for most people unless you are allergic to any of its components. Stay away from bird's nest and seek medical advice if you experience these symptoms:
◆ Swelling lips and/or eyes
◆ Tightness in your throat
◆ Difficulty breathing
Prefer your bird's nest drink warm? Fresh bird's nest drinks are shipped to you at room temperature, but if you want it warmer, do this!
◆ Remove it from your fridge the night before
◆ Add a very small amount of warm water into a bottle before drinking
◆ Soak the bottle in warm water before opening
Make sure the water is warm, and not hot!
Bird's nests are luxurious gifts to give and receive. It also carries other significances, such as:
◆ Gifts traditionally reserved for emperors and empresses
◆ "Get Well Soon" gifts for recovering patients
◆ Congratulatory gifts for new mothers
◆ Symbols of prosperity, class, and refinement
Edible bird's nest refers to nests made by the swiftlet, which they make with their saliva. These cute cup-shaped nests are prized as a traditional delicacy in China since the Ming dynasty.
Bird's nest contains a significant amount of sialic acid (a stype of soluble protein), as well as 18 types of amino acids. It is primarily used to boost immunity, repair damaged cells, and improve complexion.
GeGe's bird's nest drinks are stewed in water.
GeGe sources its bird's nests from Penang, which is one of the states with the highest number of swiftlet farms in Malaysia.
Bird's nest is naturally rich in protein. That's why it should not be eaten with foods that contain protease, such as papaya, lemon, plum, or hawthorne. The protease enzyme break downs protein and thus hampers your body's absorption of this key element in bird's nest.
Bird's nest can be complemented with milk, honey rock sugar, rock sugar, white fungus, jujube, wolfberries, and so on, depending on your personal taste. However, some chefs believe that bird's nest drinks should be kept simple and original, so that the uniqueness of this most precious ingredient is highlighted.
Consume bird's nest at least one or two hours before or after your medication, regardless of Chinese or Western medicine.
Typically, babies can be introduced to supplementary foods once they're six (6) months old; you can include a small amount of bird's nest in their diet then.
People who should avoid eating bird's nest are: Babies under six months old, people suffering from a cold, late-stage cancer patients, and those with protein allergies.
Continuous consumption of bird's nest is not only delicious, but is also good for beauty and nourishment, anti-ageing complexions, boosting immunity, promoting intellectual development (especially in children). Your respiratory system will benefit, too!
Bird's nest is not a panacea, but it can help boost your immune system to reduce the risk of infection.
Ladies will love bird's nest: It enhances your beauty; makes your skin baby-smooth, rosy, and bright; and balances your body's endocrine system to delay the physical symptoms of ageing.
Gentlemen will love bird's nest, too: It can promote bird circulation and metabolism; increase energy levels; moisten your lungs and reduce phelgm, which is really helpful for smokers and those who work on night shifts!
GeGe's bird's nest drinks have yet to obtain certification from the ministry, as we're a home-made business.
Bird’s nest can help you achieve youthful, radiant skin thanks to its collagen and amino acid content, as well as high epidermal growth factor (stimulates skin cell growth, tissue repair, and collagen production).
Here’s how to maximise its effects:
◆ Bird’s nest face mask
◆ Bird’s nest soup and/or drink
◆ Bird’s nest extract
Red bird's nests are so pretty! If you were scared off by its rumours, let's debunk them now:
◆ Coloured red from swiftlet's blood: it's red because of natural minerals in caves, or oxidised minerals.
◆ It is better than white bird's nest: it has higher mineral content, so depending on your body's mineral needs, white nests may be better.
Truth: It IS the rarest type of bird's nest in the market!
How can you tell whether your bird's nest is the real thing?
◆ You can check its certificate of authenticity
◆ You can scan the bird's nest box for an RFID tag containing harvest information
◆ You can check its density, uniformity, and shape (natural nests are less uniform)
◆ Its price is not much lower than the typical price of bird's nest in your country
Bird's nest is celebrated for its proteins and EGF, but did you know that it also contains 18 types of amino acids that are good for you?
◆ Glucosamine: restores cartilage
◆ Lysine: encourages production of antibodies
◆ Methionine: neutralises liver toxins
◆ Alanine: regulates blood sugar levels
◆ Arginine: reduces the risk of heart disease and boosts weight loss
Doesn't this give you many more reasons to try bird's nest drinks today?
Some of the amino acids in bird's nests are more famous than others. Sialic acid, for example, is known to be good for:
◆ Encouraging the growth of red blood cells
◆ Speeding up recovery during recuperation
◆ The removal of toxic substances in the body
Considering its benefits, it's a good thing sialic acid and tyrosine is the most common amino acids in bird's nests!
The rarity of bird's nests is often categorised by colour: white, yellow, and red, in increasing rarity.
Its rarity also depends on where it comes from:
◆ Country of origin: the main producers of bird's nests are Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, and the Philippines
◆ Source of harvest: cave nests are rarer than farmed/house nests
Maybe you've never tried bird's nest before because they're so expensive. Bird's nest drinks are much cheaper now, but if you're researching before you buy your first bottle, here's how it is, taste-wise:
◆ Slightly salty, depending on where the nest is harvested
◆ Slightly sweet
Its texture is soft and gelatinous. If this interests you, give it a try!
Bird's nests are good for your body but almost tasteless on their own. If you're looking to make a sweet dessert, you can try these natural sweeteners when preparing bird's nests:
◆ Honey: Honey can make the bird's nest sweet or sour, and its sugar content is safer for diabetics
◆ Papaya: Stew bird's nest with papaya and milk for a richer texture
◆ Asian pear: Asian pears can be hollowed out to make a natural bowl for your bird's nest. Its juices will infuse your dessert as it cooks!
Have you ever wondered why bird's nest is so expensive? Besides the economic forces of supply and demand, bird's nest is expensive because:
◆ Each bird only nests twice a year
◆ Each nest is ideally harvested after a single use
◆ Dangerous conditions for cave nest harvesting
◆ Natural cave nests are only found in certain parts of the world
When you prepare bird's nest, you should always ensure that the water temperature is less than 80°C. It's because two key factors are active up to 80°C only, namely:
◆ Epidermal Growth Factor (EPF): promotes skin elasticity & stimulates collagen production
◆ Mitogenic Stimulation Factor (MSF): stimulates cell divisions & enhances tissue growth
If you're worried, try purchasing instant bird's nest drinks so that others can do the cooking for you!
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