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What does the name „QiYun“ mean?

QiYun is a Chinese term formed from two separate words. „Qi“ means energy, breathing, breath and ether as well as temperament, power and atmosphere. Qi also stands for human emotions and, according to the modern strand of Taoist thought, for the activity of the neurohormonal system.   Our Name „QiYun“ […]


How is the quality of QiYun drinks ensured?

The production of QiYun drinks is subject to the highest quality standards, with each batch tested for quality and purity. Before being transported to Europe each consignment is tested and authorised by the relevant Malaysian health authority. Samples are also regularly tested by certified laboratories.


What does bird’s nest taste like?

Bird’s nest itself has a neutral flavour. Our QiYun drinks are, however, mildly sweetened with rock sugar.      


Should I ingest the hard-textured ingredients along with the rest of my QiYun drink?

Yes, definitely. According to TCM, these ingredients all have a positive effect. The ginseng slices include, for example: • Many vitamins (A-complex, B1, B2, B12, C and folic acid)• amino acids• Highly active Ginsenoide from the group of saponins• enzymes, peptides, sterols, fatty acids• an extraordinary number of minerals and trace […]


Why accounts for the drinks’ jellylike texture?

    Lower-quality bird’s nest drinks are usually anything from slightly viscous to flaky in texture. The jellylike consistency of QiYun drinks is a sign of their quality. It indicates that they are produced using high-quality bird’s nests. Their jellylike texture is to be savoured.


Over how long a period can I consume QiYun drinks?

  For as long as feels right for you. TCM (traditional Chinese medicine) is based on the principle that the ingestion of certain active ingredients can support the human organism. According to TCM, these should therefore be consumed for preventive purposes. This can involve a regimen lasting a few weeks […]


Can you overdose on YanWo drinks?

The recommended daily maximum limit is one or two drinks. Although higher daily amounts have not been seen to cause appreciable side effects, we nevertheless recommend that you do not exceed the recommended limit.