Calendula, Chamomile; Tulsi; Bell Pepper Flakes; Papaya; Lemon Grass; Ginger Root; Tulsi
Please note, this is a complementary parrot food, not intended for human consumption and not a replacement for clean drinking water, which should be available at all times. It is not a treatment for any medical condition.
If your bird is unwell, always seek prompt advice from an avian specialist and if your bird is on any treatment, always consult with your your specialist before introducing this food to your bird's diet.
HOW TO USE:
Serve as a hot or cold steeped tea or sprinkled dry as a foraging treat or topper to wet food (*)
(*) wet food should always be discarded after 2 - 3 hours to avoid bacterial growth.
Use bleach free, compostable bags.
Seal in an airtight container in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight.
A great source of beta-carotene which the body can convert into Vitamin A, essential for boosting immunity, kidney, skin and feather health.
Has sedative properties that can help alleviate insomnia, stress, and anxiety; This is useful for birds that chew or pluck their feathers. As well as serving as a tea, you can use cool chamomile tea in a spray bottle to mist the feathers.
Rich in antioxidants and has been recognized to help relieve stress and is a natural calmative. Tulsi also has been found to strengthen immunity and ward off bacterial and viral infections.
Contains Vitamin C and A, calcium folate, magnesium, potassium beta-carotene, pantothenic acid and omega 3 fatty acids. A potent antioxidant and with anti-parasitic properties. Great for cleansing and soothing intestinal inflammation.
Low in fat and sugar but high in nutrients such as vitamin B6, C, and A. Also high in fibre, potassium and beta-carotenes. Vitamin A is an essential immune system booster and good for kidney, skin and feather health.
Ginger provides potassium, magnesium, manganese, copper and vitamin B6.
It has superb digestive health properties, is great for settling birds with upset tums and for those that suffer with motion sickness. Also contains potent anti-inflammatory compounds called gingerols, substances are believed to reduce osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis pain and aid mobility if consumed regularly. Ginger extracts have also been found to have antioxidant properties and have an anti-tumour effect on cells.
Contains iron, calcium, and vitamin C.
Lemongrass can help prevent the growth of some bacteria and yeast and contains components thought to relieve pain and swelling, reduce fever, improve sugar and cholesterol levels in the blood, and have antioxidant properties.