Why You Desperately Need Quail Eggs

Boiled quail eggs cooling in cold water.
Quail eggs are a delicacy and they are very healthy. They are an enriched source of anti-oxidants. The high level of anti-oxidants in quail eggs help in preventing age-related muscular degeneration.

 Quail eggs strengthen the immune system and give relief from inflammatory diseases. Eating them with other foods contribute to brain development. For those who complain of higher libidos than their spouses, feed your spouse with
quail eggs and see a boost in their libido levels.

Quail eggs are very good for losing and maintaining body weight. They are very poor in calories, but rich in proteins and essential nutrients.
Quail eggs are recommended for regular consumption because they are a valuable source of vitamins, Iron, magnesium, copper, zinc, phosphorus, minerals and amino acids.

Chinese medical practitioners have been using quail eggs as a treatment for hundreds of years with great results. Experts in natural treatment claim that quail eggs have positive effects on people with stress problems, hypertension, blood pressure, depression, panic and anxiety illnesses. They increase growth, sexual appetite and brain function.

I tried taking raw eggs and threw up but for those who can, it is recommended that quail eggs be taken raw, with orange juice or tomato juice.
Quail eggs
Nutritional Value Of Quail Eggs:
  • When used as facials, they improve skin colour
  • They promote good memory
  • Reinforce organs weakened by stress or physical work
  • Reactivate the nerves and central nervous system
  • Used for the treatment of anaemia, obesity and diabetes
  • Improve the functioning of the heart
  • Combat degenerative processes and rejuvenate the body
  • Used for the treatments of excess secretions of stomach acid.
  • Used for the treatment of skin allergy like asthma, eczema, skin rash and much more.
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72 comments

  1. Only dis small egg?I dnt tink d eggs are common or is it d same as akwaogazi(watever d spelling is)?

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    1. No its not the same as quail eggs.

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    2. It is not 'akwa ogazi'. It is called 'akwa okwa' in Igbo.

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    3. Believe it or not this is a true life experience. This is not design to convince you but it’s just a personal health experience it depends on how you take it or believe it. in June 15 2009 I was tested positive to HIV, after which I went for a medical test and confirmatory test, I was downcast with no hope due to the much pronounced and campaign that it has no known cure until date, I wanted to go for the ANTIRETROVIRAL DRUG but I was told that the Viral Load would have gotten to a specific number before I can take the ART and more so I read about the devastating side effects of ARV on Liver, kidney heart, brain and other major organ of the body, so I decided not to take it, I wanted to commit suicide but I was encouraged by a friend that it is not a death sentence and can be maintained. I had just body itching, weakness from my inside and frequent stooling, I decided to make research on it. I searched through the internet, read books, magazines, both Orthodox and Natural, so in July I was searching through the internet I saw how a spell caster helped someone in curing his HIV virus, I saw many testimonies it was the same man who is doing this miracle works, (DR. ABEGBE) quickly I emailed him, he gave me some items to buy, I couldn’t find the items I sent him the money, after buying the item, 45 minutes later he told me that he had finished casting the spell that I should go for medical check up, I couldn't believe my eyes when I went for a test I BECAME NEGATIVE TO HIV apart from that I do not have any symptoms again I am perfectly okay I have done the test about 6 times now and confirmatory test as well and it still says NEGATIVE. You can contact him on DR.ABEGBESPELLHOME@HOTMAIL.COM +2348113017989

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  2. All dis functions for one egg. Hmmm. Abeg does it cure HIV too? *smile*

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    1. Hehehehe! U call ur ursef trouble and u sabi look for trouble.ahhhha no kill me oooo abeg which kind question be that does it cure HIV?Aunty Eya pls where can one get d egg pls

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    2. It is called APARO

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  3. AnonymousMay 21, 2013

    please what is the local nigeria names for quail.

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  4. AnonymousMay 21, 2013

    I hear they do not contain cholesterol like normal chicken eggs. They re very healthy.

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  5. @Eya, thank you for this info. God bless you.

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  6. AnonymousMay 21, 2013

    They are so tiny I can clear one crate at one sitting.

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  7. AnonymousMay 21, 2013

    Na lizard egg abi why are they multi coloured? Designer egg!

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  8. Mrs DayoMay 21, 2013

    Where can I get these? I seriously do need them.

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    1. AnonymousMay 21, 2013

      Bought mine at Park N Shop Abuja. They are good.

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  9. AnonymousMay 21, 2013

    Eya, pls whats quail again? Are you sure these are readily available? Pls i got the moringa tea, the taste isnt pleasant at all and i will appreciate if you can guide on how its being used.

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    1. AnonymousMay 21, 2013

      Quails eggs are birds eggs.

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    2. Yes, they are available at supermarkets. Sorry about the moringa taste. Add water and allow to settle before adding your natural honey.

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    3. AnonymousMay 22, 2013

      Aunty Eya ps is it guniea 'fowl' egg?

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  10. AnonymousMay 21, 2013

    Wr do we find quail eggs in naija? Ochisco.

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    1. You'll find them at good supermarkets but they are expensive. A crate of 30 goes for about a thousand naira.

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  11. I know about quail eggs but compared to chicken egg, its very expensive. One tiny one can cost up to 100naira. Its very popular now, there's dis guy dt advertises it on my BB, let me ask his permission to post his number for those of you that want. He's based in Abj

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  12. AnonymousMay 21, 2013

    Ps if d eggs are boiled do dey stil contain deir exact nutrients?

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  13. AnonymousMay 21, 2013

    Hehehehhe anoda shea butter

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    1. AnonymousMay 21, 2013

      Lmaooo @shea butter +funny+

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    2. AnonymousMay 21, 2013

      Werris Ace oooo.....shea butter miracle

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  14. AnonymousMay 21, 2013

    Miracle egg that cures evry illness.. Story.eat all the quail eggs in the world without living a healthy lifestyle and wait for evry miracle

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  15. I think quail egg is called Eyin awo in Yoruba!

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    1. AnonymousJuly 10, 2013

      It is not eyin awo, don't know the Yoruba name though.

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  16. Sorry to digress house, pls my man has corns on his toes. Please what can he use to get rid of them cos they hurt him whenever he wears his shoes. Thanks peeps

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  17. + she also rears them if you are interested..

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    1. AnonymousMay 21, 2013

      Like she rears d egg.nawa o

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    2. AnonymousMay 21, 2013

      Hahahahahahahaha

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    3. Olodo...I mean she rears the bird. English is not so hard

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    4. Pls I stay in lag, were can one get those eggs, urgently

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  18. AnonymousMay 21, 2013

    @ Myb tell your man to go and do serious pedicure first and he shld buy cuticle softener and cuticle remover. He shld be applying the softener on it at least every 2 days and use the remover to remover it. After washing off the cuticle softener he shld apply salt to it. It will disappear gradually.

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  19. AnonymousMay 21, 2013

    For igbos it is called #akwa ogazi# u fit get boiled ones frm hawkers for holdup sef.

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    1. Noooh, that one hawked is Guinea-fowl eggs. It's not the same. That one has an even milky egg shell colour. This one is multicolored.

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    2. fine girlJune 30, 2013

      And guinea fowl is a little bigger and not this colour. Just saw them in my mil's house few hours ago. Someone brought them for her for cough. I never heard of them before today.

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  20. AnonymousMay 21, 2013

    Egg wonder those wey no dey go park and shop na to look remove eye abi ?Ok o make I dey swallow spit den .

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  21. i need d eyin aparo...love the nutritionl value

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  22. AnonymousMay 21, 2013

    This is not akwaogazi oooooooooooooo akwaogazi guinea fowl egg

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  23. Some comments here are so funny..... Hahahaha

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  24. captain maryMay 21, 2013

    I hear its in the bible too, I tink its in the book of deuteronomy, I can't remember the exact chapter, but I will find out, that God fed the israelites wit quails during their sojourn to the promised land. My neighbor rear these birds too.

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  25. AnonymousMay 21, 2013

    I want d bird pls.any idea where I can get them?

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    1. AnonymousMay 21, 2013

      Scroll back up and read. your ans is there

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  26. AnonymousMay 21, 2013

    SHoprite has them in the egg section.

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  27. I think I need to eat dat bird right away n whatever eggs its got in its stomach.

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    1. AnonymousMay 21, 2013

      Lmao...funny!

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    2. hahahahahahahaha @DS i feel u! U need every nutrient nothing left out hahahahahaha

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  28. Na wa ooo... Is this egg better than Sheabutter, if not... Let's all stick to what we know ooo!

    Sheabutter all the way!


    Nuff'Said!

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    1. LOOL Ace!

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    2. hahahahahahhahahaha......clown.

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    3. fine girlJune 30, 2013

      Do you also eat Shea butter for good health? Hian...

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  29. AnonymousMay 21, 2013

    Hi Eya. pls how do u use it for treatment of skin allergy? do u rub the raw egg on ur skin or just eat it?

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    1. I will get back to you. That is the information sent to me dear. I eat but haven't rubbed on my skin. For skin allergy??? I think it should be rubbing.

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  30. AnonymousMay 21, 2013

    Quail eggs! Its doing wonders 2my hubby's libido *winks*. Best taken raw shaa

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    1. Do you add anything before taking raw?

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    2. AnonymousMay 22, 2013

      Yes, mix wt honey 4a better taste and feel

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  31. Heard its best taken raw and its taken like prescription drug, a particular number for an ailment.
    People are really taking it serious in this Abuja this days. Some of my colleagues are going as far as eating it raw with the shell! If you believe d pamphlets sellers carry around,it cures everything! Taking raw eggs is not something I want to try sha.

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  32. AnonymousMay 22, 2013

    I hate raw eggs but since this is going to help me, why not?

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  33. AnonymousMay 22, 2013

    Can a pregger tak it raw too?answers pla

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    1. yes,a pregnant woman can take it raw or mixed with freshly squeezed orange or pineapple juice.

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  34. AnonymousMay 23, 2013

    Heard it cures stroke as well. Cured a man of his of many years

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  35. AnonymousJuly 26, 2013

    Abeg, this tiny lizardlooking egg de cure staph?

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  36. plz text the location of your quail farm in Port Harcourt to 07060728651. i need some eggs and bird urgently. thank u.

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  37. If you'd like to advertise your quail eggs on the blog, send a mail to Eya on this address: cuulme@gmail.com

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  38. its called eyin aparo in yoruba and Aparo is a bird not lizard

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  39. Pls..can I take the egg cooked, and how many per day...

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  40. Quail is not Aparo. The yoruba breeders just gave it that name. Aparo is as big as native hen and its called Partridge in English. Anyway, Quail and its hen are wonderful.

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  41. The egg is everywher now ooo! In lagos is on top now. Am in Anambra state now and is here also!!*** am takin it raw now. Hope it wil cleanse all d cleanseable hahahaha

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  42. IS THIS EGG TAKEN RAW OR COOKED? can it be used to battle ceased menstruation?

    kensly4success@yahoo.com

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  43. AnonymousJune 10, 2014

    I don't have d farm but if u need u can order for it, an I will get across to u

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