About Quail

Alongside sheep & wool or bees & honey there is another wondrous pairing nature provides that well being … the quail & quail eggs!

Japanese quail are a faithfully wild bird and if it feels even one second of freedom it attempts to escape in flight.  Although when bred under controlled conditions (caged in requirement with pharmacological protection), and thanks to its unique immunity, its only detriment becomes age or extreme temperatures over 28 degrees or under 18 degrees.

Its exclusive immunity carries over uniquely to its fertilized eggs; that must be consumed raw without thermal processing in order to be effective.  If the egg is unfertilized it doesn’t contain any medicinal properties and is as nutritious as a coconut.  Unfortunately this is the case in most supermarkets where only 10 or 20 eggs out of 100 sold are fertilized.  The reason for this is that breeders have reduced the number of males; as they aren’t cost effective due to their excessive feed consumption.

Eggs from our farm are 100% fertilized.  All eggs are taken for analysis where we receive confirmation that every egg is fertilized.  Our birds are fed with the healthiest natural food; composted nettle and sage.  The body temperature of the Japanese quail ranges from 40.7 to 41.2 degrees hence all viruses are broken down upon entry into its tiny body.  Meat from the Japanese quail contains neither fat nor cholesterol.  Excrement of the Japanese quail is only second to bats and is a richly nutrient filled land fertilizer. Farmers pay richly for it and all produced from it is worth its weight in gold in return.

Quail Health Benefits

Treating health conditions with Japanese quail eggs provides a fortitude of vitamins and minerals, amongst them highlights include: 0.5mg Calcium, 2.2mg Phosphorus, 3.8 mg Iron, 3mg Vitamin A, 0.1 mg Vitamin B1 and 0.8mg Vitamin B2.One quail egg contains 74.6% Water, 13.1% Protein, 11.2% Fat and 1.1% Minerals and other Enzymes. Japanese quails are successfully used in the treatment of many sicknesses – high blood pressure, bronchitis, asthma, migraines, high cholesterol, diabetes or diabetes related diseases, stomach ulcers, twelve-sided intestine, side effects of heart attack, malnourishment or clogged blood vessels. Eggs are even recommended for children in development and/or children who have a weak appetite or interest in food. Eggs are also recommended to people who are healing from illness and surgery. In the experience of people who have used Japanese quail eggs for their health through nutrition, eggs have also shown to have positive effects on potency in men.
Illnesses for which quail egg is recommended to treat and amounts necessary for one treatment are:
– 1.080 eggs for: treatment of brain tumors; increased physical effort to which the person is exposed
– 240 eggs for: treatment of tuberculosis, treatment of after effects from heart attack, healthier complexion, treatment of (gastritis), treatment of intense cases of asthma, treatment of bronchial asthma, treatment of migraines, treatment of arteriosclerosis, treatment of superficial cholesterol, regeneration of nervous system, treatment of diabetes, treatment of stress related diseases, treatment of malnourishment or anemia, improved memory, rehabilitation after illness or surgery;
– 120 eggs for: treatment of high blood pressure, treatment of stomach ulcer, improvement of blood vessels, irregular digestion

Patients who suffer from listed illnesses should, in accordance with the type of illness, consume in outlined time interval the exact amount of quail eggs as listed.  That number starts at 120 eggs and ranges to 1,080 quail eggs.  In larger number of cases therapy with these eggs last 49 days.

Children older than 10 years of age and adults consume 3 eggs in the first 3 days and 5 eggs at the end of therapy.  For instance, for children older than 10 years or older, adult men who wish to improve blood vessels, would need to consume 120 raw quail eggs in the following way:

1. DAY consume 3 eggs; 2. DAY consume 3 eggs; 3 DAY consume 3 eggs, 4. DAY consume 5 eggs, 6. DAY consume 5 eggs, 7. DAY consume 5 eggs and likewise until the end of therapy 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25. DAILY 5 eggs, and then 26. LAST DAY consume the remaining eggs up to the total amount of 120 necessary for therapy, which would be 26.  DAYS left to consume just 1 more medicinal Japanese quail egg.  This would mean a successfully implemented treatment for improved blood vessels.

Children up to 3 years of age consume 2 eggs daily

Children up to 3 – 5 years of age – consume 3 eggs daily

Children up to 5 – 10 years of age – consume 4 eggs daily

Eggs are consumed raw in one dose daily in the morning half-an-hour before food. Patients with sensitive gallbladder or high sensitivity to proteins consume 1 egg on first day, and increase consumption 1 egg every day, the most that can be consumed is 3-4 eggs. This is the entire daily dose and should not be exceeded.  In case of unwanted reaction discontinue use.  If treatment is unsuccessful its first round, then it is recommended to repeat the exact therapy prescribed once more.  Treatment can be implemented at most 2 times yearly.  Japanese quail eggs are kept in refrigerator in a closed cardboard box that is at a temperature of 1C to 4C.  Kept in this manner eggs have an expiry period of 60 days in raw form, and after 60 days eggs can be used in cooking or baking.

If eggs are used for medicinal value they should not be older than 30 days, as it is until this point in time eggs are at their most nutritionally potent in efforts of treatment.  Likewise, it is important that during therapy with eggs patients do not consume any alcohol.  In the case of problems with gallbladder and possible allergies with proteins it is important to speak with your family physician.

Japanese quail eggs have a hard membrane, for this reason use a knife to break the shell, then with the tip of the knife cut into the membrane.  Modern medicine confirms the medicinal value of Japanese quail eggs, known for many years.  The most attention is given by U.S.A, Germany, Japan, Italy and Russia.

Quail eggs are dietary food that retains active biological value.  These eggs are rich in many vitamins, minerals and essential amino acids. Eggs contain 5 times more Phosphorus, 8 times more Iron, 6 times more Vitamin B then the domestic chicken egg.

In its own nutritional make-up one Japanese quail egg can replace 5 domestic chicken eggs.

Treatment with these eggs is permitted even alongside other medication recommended by doctor, except in cases of medication that do not permit intake of proteins.