Do you know that quail eggs are produced by species of bird with spotted brown feathers called quail? Children that eat one quail egg daily grow better.
Whether cooked or raw, it also increases their intelligent quotient. For the elderly, quail eggs have brilliant regenerative effects on their body. It can reduce or cure many diseases associated with old age, deficiency or excess nutrients in the body. These eggs are much higher in vitamins and minerals than hen's eggs. They are rich in essential amino acids and can also be fried like the ordinary chicken egg.
Health benefits of quail eggs
For nursing mothers, quail eggs improve the quality of breast milk. It's a good remedy for digestive tract disorders, such as gastritis, stomach ulcer and duodenal ulcer.
Quail eggs help heal anemia, increase the hemoglobin level, and? remove toxins and heavy metals from the blood.
It helps in the treatment of tuberculosis, bronchial asthma, diabetes and vegetative-vascular dystonia.
Quail eggs have strong anti-cancer effects and may help inhibit cancerous growth.
It eliminates stones from the liver, kidneys and gallbladder.
Quail eggs may accelerate healing after blood stroke and help strengthen heart muscle.
It is a powerful stimulant for sexual potency. It nourishes the prostrate gland with useful substances, phosphorus, proteins and vitamins, and restores sexual potency in men.
Quail eggs promote good memory, enhance brain activity and regulate the nervous system.
It strengthens the immune system, slows down aging of organs and increases the life span.
They are used for facial and hair masks as it strengthens the hair and enhances the colour of the skin.
Daily consumption of quail eggs fortifies the woman’s body during pre and post natal periods as well as after surgery and radiotherapy. It also has beneficial effects on the foetus (physical and mental balance) and for the mother after delivery (physical rehabilitation and rejuvenation of cells).?
It improves the CD4 for patients with HIV/ AIDS.