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Fish maw, made from dried fish swim bladders, is one of the 'Eight Treasures of the Sea,' and it's the 'stomach' referred to in the saying 'abalone, sea cucumber, fish maw, and belly.' Fish maw is known for its richness in collagen, various vitamins, as well as trace elements such as calcium, zinc, iron, and selenium. It is hailed as the 'Ginseng of the Sea.' Starting from the Han Dynasty, fish maw has been a precious supplement appearing on Chinese dining tables. According to the Compendium of Materia Medica, 'Fish maw has a sweet taste and a neutral property, offering warm nourishment without causing dryness. It strengthens the kidneys, nourishes essence, and supports the tendons and meridians, providing a dual benefit for both qi and blood.'