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Bird’s Nest with Chrysanthemum 2’s
Native to the lands of Asia and northeastern Europe, the chrysanthemum flower is cultivated for a variety of uses, including culinary and cultural use. In traditional Chinese medicine, it is consumed to eliminate toxins, regulate body temperature and treat colds and flu.
Bird’s Nest with Jasmine 2’s
Grown in the tropical regions of Eurasia and Oceania, the jasmine flower is cultivated for its fragrant scent and its use as ornaments, commonly used in cultural ceremonies and festivals in Asia. In traditional Chinese medicine, it is used to regulate functions of the stomach and liver, occasionally the lungs.
Bird’s Nest with Butterfly Pea 2’s
Known for its vibrant indigo petals, the butterfly pea flower is popular as food colouring, particularly in the region of Southeast Asia. Not only does it act as a dye, it also contains antioxidants that aids with the elimination of wrinkles and fine lines. In traditional Chinese medicine, the butterfly pea flower is consumed for its calming properties.
Hydrolysed Bird’s Nest
Bird’s Nest is rich in Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF), sialic acid (200 times higher than royal jelly), amino acids and minerals which are essential to promote skin cell regeneration, enhance skin healing and promote youthful-looking skin.
Comprise antioxidant properties helps to boost immune health
With the high glycoprotein content and growth factors, it helps to boost immune health & increase resistance to external environmental stress