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金絲燕是一種最常見的洞燕. 洞燕是指燕子在石壁或岩洞所築的巢穴,燕巢吸收之礦物質也特別多。工人會用三齒小叉從岩壁上採摘燕窩。

金絲燕用口水直接築成窩。金絲是指燕窩內十分幼細一絲絲的囊絲, 主要顏色是金黃色。
血洞燕:
紅色燕盞俗稱血燕,血燕的紅色是因為燕子覓食時的食物含礦物質和鐵質,因環境潮濕氧化,所以變成紅色。

Most people are generally unaware of the medicinal properties of bird's nest. However, this delicacy is traditionally known as a nutritious tonic food, particularly effective at rejuvenating cells in the body thereby strengthening the immune system against degenerative ailments and enhancing vigor and youthfulness. 

It is also believed that bird's nest strengthens the lungs and pancreas. The rich gel secretion is made from the saliva of wild swifts and is not only rich in medicinal properties, but is also delicious when boiled with rock sugar. 

A glyco-protein with carbohydrate and protein properties as well traces of mineral content such as phosphorous, calcium and iron as well as vitamin B1, bird's nest is popularly known as "Caviar of the East".

Bloody nest is considered the super tonic for women, due to it's ability to prevent internal dryness. This type of bird's nest can only be harvested from selective natural caves. Bloody nest is among the most prestige class of edible bird's nest which is best for pregnant women and patients after surgery. It is fully hand-crafted and being processed under most stringent quality control procedures. 

The type of edible bird's nest is naturally bloody red in color.

Key Benefits:

* Pregnant women are especially encouraged to consume Bloody Nest because it is believed that the baby will have a beautiful glowing complexion.

* Maintaining wrinkles free complexion.

* It is especially known to be useful in maintaining youth.

High-quality Great Wall birds nests are harvested from pristine and sustainable natural habitats in Eastern Sarawak and have been cleaned and processed meticulously to bring you only the best.

BIRDS NEST STORY
Latin Word:  Aerodramus fuciphagus, Collocalia fuciphagus

Edible swallow's nests are produced by edible-nest swiftlets (Aerodramus fuciphagus, Collocalia fuciphagus). These birds are from the same Apodidae family as the common swallow, but they are smaller in size, averaging only 11 cm in length, weighing about 15 to 18 g, while swallows can grow up to 17 cm and weigh around 30 g. Also, the tails of swiftlets are shorter with feathers that are rectangular in shape, while swallows have a longer tail and feathers that shaped like , ,followed by the second and third periods. Rainfall is particularly substantial during the first period. This provides an environment highly suitable for the growth of tiny animals and plants, giving swiftlets plenty of food. Swiftlets in this period grow particularly strong and thereby produce copious amount of saliva. Swallow nests harvested during this period are the best because they are big and thick, containing fewer impurities.

The second harvesting period is during the dry season, between April and June. There is a decrease in food supply for the swiftlets and this results in the nests being thin and loose and the nest threads thick. The shape and the swelling capacity of the nests are poorer than those of the first period.

The third period is well within the drought season, between July and October. During this period of the year, the swiftlets are weak. Their secretion of saliva is low and feathers come off more easily. Swallow nests that are constructed are smaller in size, containing more impurities and feathers and have a very poor swelling capacity.

As the nests are traditionally harvested from high up on cave walls, there is some risk to the collectors who stand on bamboo scaffolding that is sometimes hundreds of feet tall and centuries old. The risk involved in harvesting is a reason why cave swallow nest is so expensive. In contrast, house swallow nest is less expensive.