Read about what this egg does to your health, Then decide whether to eat or not


Quail eggs are the eggs laid by various species of quail birds, Quail eggs are notably smaller than your average chicken eggs even the nutritional value of quail egg is three or four times greater than chicken it is found in the grocery store and are white or tan with dark brown speckling.

Quail egg is considered to be one of the best known natural treatment products. Chinese medical practitioners also have been using quail egg as a treatment of various ailments for hundreds of years with brilliant results. As quail egg is slowly becoming an easy to get product on the market, more and more people are beginning to show interest in its use as an active natural medicine instead of conventional medicines with so many side effects.

Quail eggs contains only 14 calories but is rich in a variety of vitamins and minerals, including selenium, riboflavin, vitamin B12 and full of health promoting antioxidants that may help reverse cellular damage and treat allergy symptoms. This article will talks about the purported benefits of quail eggs, how to use and prepare them, and the side effects of consuming quail eggs.

How to prepare them

Quail eggs can be prepared in many of the same ways that chicken eggs can, although the cooking time is significantly shorter due to their smaller size.

Here’s what you need to make hard-boiled quail eggs:

12 quail eggs


Here are the steps involved:

1.    Bring a small pot of water to a rolling boil.

2.    Carefully add the eggs to the pot.

3.    Reduce heat to a moderate boil and cook them for 3–4 minutes.

4.    To peel, crack the shell by lightly rolling the egg across a flat surface, applying slight pressure. Starting from the bottom, peel the shell and inner membrane off.

Hard-boiled quail eggs can be stored in the refrigerator for 3–5 days. Quail eggs also can be cooked and fried

Benefits of Quail Eggs

For Health

It helps acquire a strong immune system and improved metabolism.

It increases hemoglobin level as well as helps to remove heavy metals and toxins from blood.

Quail Eggs Prevent and treat diabetes

Promotes sexual function such as prostate gland in male

The Good Cholesterol of Quail Eggs Help In Reducing Heart Diseases

Quail Eggs Can Help Curing  and prevent Cancer

Lower blood pressure

Treat stomach ulcer

Helps to eliminate and remove stones from liver, kidneys and bladder.

It Improve vision

May accelerate recuperation after stroke and helps strengthen heart muscle.

Relieves asthma and tuberculosis

It  Reduce the Risk of Anemia

It Strengthen Bones, Teeth

It help in maintaining regular sugar levels in the blood

It prevent migraine

Reduce cholesterol

The consumption of quail eggs by HIV AIDS patients improves CD4 240eggs

For Face and skin

It have anti-aging properties

It treat acne

It make your nails shine

It  reduce hair loss

It help control dandruff.

Promotes healthy hair

Maintain healthy skin

You can also use these eggs in DIY home remedies for your skin and hair.

As A Skin-Tightening Face Mask

You Will Need

One quail egg

Lemon juice


1.    Whisk the lemon juice and quail egg together.

2.    Apply the mixture evenly to your face.

3.    Leave the face mask on for 10 minutes until it dries partially.

4.    Wash it off with lukewarm water before it tightens too much.

As A Hair Conditioner

You Will Need

One quail egg (You can use more eggs depending on the length of your hair)


1.    Whisk the quail egg and apply it evenly to your hair, from roots to tips. Make sure you coat every hair strand.

2.    Leave it on for 15 minutes.

3.    Wash off the hair mask with cool water to avoid “cooking” the eggs.

4.    Shampoo and condition your hair as usual. 

Now, you must be wondering how many quail eggs you can eat in a day. Find out the answer below!

Health Side Effects and Tips to Consume

You should take 1 egg (raw or boiled) for 3month to reap it benefits

There is no side effect reported after consumption of quail egg including allergic reaction, since quail egg is save and doesn’t rise any allergic reaction. But even so, it is recommended to not consume quail egg more than 5 eggs per day.

Also, People who are hypoglycemic or hypotensive should avoid eating too many quail eggs as they can lower your blood sugar level and blood pressure

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