@Steemit community, a quail egg contains many nutrients, including vitamins (A, B1, B2, PP), micro and macro elements (iron, phosphorus, potassium, cobalt, copper, calcium), essential amino acids (threonine, tyrosine, glycine, lysocin, and histidine).
The lysozine content in eggs prevents the reproduction of harmful microflora in the body, tyrosine favorably affects the skin, restores them a natural color and elasticity.
One of the main advantages of quail eggs is the absence of contraindications to their use. They do not cause allergic reactions, even in children of six months.
Quail eggs are used in the treatment of diseases such as gastritis and gastrointestinal ulcers, metabolic and digestive disorders, pneumonia, bronchitis, asthma, tuberculosis, changes in blood pressure, anemia, heart disease, diseases of the vision organs, system genitourinary, gallbladder and pancreas.
The presence of quail eggs in a child's diet contributes to their better mental development, improved memory, concentration, strengthening of the nervous and immune systems.
Particularly positive, the use of eggs affects retarded children. Pregnant women are recommended to use this product to prevent the development of pregnancy pathologies, strengthen bone and dental tissue, as well as to maintain immunity. For older people, quail eggs are prescribed to combat chronic cholecystitis, remove excess cholesterol from the blood and also to dissolve fatty plaques on the walls of blood vessels.
In addition, the substances contained in eggs contribute to the binding and excretion of radionuclides. This is especially important for people whose work is associated with an increased risk of radiation exposure, people who receive chemotherapy to fight cancer and those who have already received a radiation dose.
For the prevention of rickets, hypocalcemia, fragile bones, a powder based on the shell of quail eggs is used. To cook it at home, you should boil the raw eggshell twice for 5 minutes, then pour apple cider vinegar for a day, rinse in cold water, dry and grind in a coffee grinder or mortar. Take powder once a day for 1 teaspoon. adults and 0.5 teaspoons. Children under 10 years.
In addition to direct use, quail eggs are used in cosmetology for the preparation of firming and toning masks for the face, body and hair. For dry skin, you can use a mask of 3 yolks and 1 tablespoon. l vegetable oil The mixture should be crushed well and applied to the skin with massage movements. Hold the mask for 15-20 minutes, then rinse with warm water.
With excessive activity of the sebaceous glands and a greasy glow, an unbeaten raw egg white of a quail egg will help. It should be applied in several layers as the previous one dries. After 15 minutes, the mask should be washed with cold water.
For brittle and dry hair, you can prepare a mask based on 3-4 quail eggs, vegetable oil (100 ml), best of all, olive and liquid honey (2 tablespoons L.). Beat the entire mixture well with a blender and apply evenly over all the hair. Then cover your head with a plastic hat and a warm towel. After an hour, the mask should be thoroughly washed with warm water and shampoo.
Quail eggs in the kitchen are used to decorate banquet dishes, salads, tortillas and mayonnaise.
It is not recommended to introduce quail eggs in the diet for people who have poorly absorbed proteins and related liver and kidney diseases.
Excessive egg consumption can also cause indigestion due to the fact that most of it is not digested.