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It was Quail meat, now Eggs are even better in Nairobi




It was Quail meat, now Eggs are even better in Nairobi

The demand for quail meat in Nairobi and her environs has been immense in recent days. This has ensured the price of the meat shoot surprisingly high.
As if that is not enough Kenyan entrepreneurs have now opted to sell the birds’ eggs citing tremendous health benefits.

 This is an email I received asking me to buy the eggs.


QUAIL EGGS EAST AFRICA

We supply to individuals and shops all over Nairobi and East Africa @ kshs2100 (USD 25) Per Crate Cheapest price in the region


Quail is Renowned all over the world for the amazing health benefits of its eggs and its delicious meat


HEALTH BENEFITS OF QUAIL BIRDS – THE EGGS

1. They are a remedy against digestive tract disorders such as gastritis, stomach ulcer and duodenal ulcer.

2.  They can help cure anemia by increasing hemoglobin levels and removing toxins and heavy metals from the blood.

3. They help in the treatment of tuberculosis, bronchial asthma, diabetes and vegetative-vascular dystrophy.

4. They have strong anti-cancer effects and may inhibit cancerous growth.

5. They help eliminate and remove stones from the liver, kidneys and gallbladder.

6. They may accelerate recuperation after blood stroke and help strengthen the heart muscles.

7. They are a powerful stimulant of sexual potency. They nourish the prostate gland with useful substances; phosphorus, proteins and vitamins and therefore help restore sexual potency in men.

8. They promote good memory, enhance brain activity and regulate the nervous system.

9.  They strengthen the immune system, slow down the aging of organs and increase the life span.

10.   They improve skin color and strengthen the hair, making shiny and voluminous. That’s why quail eggs are used for facial and hair care masks.

10. The egg doesn’t have bad cholesterol.

11. There is no number of quail eggs consumed that have side effects.

12. If kids eat at least 2 quail eggs daily, they grow better and are less likely to suffer from infectious diseases.

Due to the high demands of these eggs and birds, to buy your quail eggs from us you will need to place your order ahead of time to avoid delay and enable us to meet your demand immediately.

Call for order and Deliveries :   +254-0732252166

DELIVERY IS FREE OF CHARGE .within Nairobi for 1crate and above  (1crate 30eggs)

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