Marigold is an excellent flower to aid digestive problems. It also helps to accelerate the healing of bruises, slow healing wounds, ulcers and skin diseases.
Parsley enriches the blood and urinary problems. Roots are used for constipation and obstruction of the intestines. Good for the cure of inflammation of the bladder and kidneys, digestive disorders, fertility in bucks and productivity in does.
Nettles aids digestion and digestive disorders. It also supports urinary tract problems and increases milk flow in nursing does.
Rose petals are enjoyed by rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas and other small animals. It's perfect to feed as part of a natural diet, as a treat or as extra tastiness to hay for added foraging fun!
Chamomile is a natural pain relief remedy. It contains calming effects which should make your nervous rabbit easier to handle.
Dandelion truly is a small herbivore super food. It has so many benefits, some of which are; aids blood purifying, respiratory ailments, anti-inflammatory, bladder infections, diarrhea, milk flow of nursing does and supports does after having a litter.
Raspberry Leaves improves condition during pregnancy, ensuring a speedy and strong birth. It is also a wonderful cure for digestive ailments including diarrhea, infertility in bucks and aids fevers.
Lemon Balm has anti-bacterial and antiviral properties. It's fantastic at treating bloating, gas, diarrhea and reducing stress.
Birch leaves are great for supporting pain relief and are also anti-inflammatory and diuretic.
Green Oat is a lovely green, sweet smelling hay that is perfect to be fed alongside your other hay as an additional treat or just to watch them dig through and find the best bits!
Green Wheat, much the same as Green Oat is a lovely smelling green hay which is fine to be fed alongside your other hay as a treat and to watch them go straight for the seed heads!
Alfalfa is a great source of forage for young rabbits as its high in calcium which i great for growing bones and teeth! Also great for elderly rabbits as it can stimulate the appetite. Not suitable for adult rabbits due to high calcium content which can cause liver & bladder problems
Mint is great for bunnies who have loose stools and is great for indigestion, colds and inflamation. do not feed mint to nursing does as mint can decrease milk flow
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Currant leaves are high in fibre and is great for helping out a bunny with an upset tummy. they can be fed straight from the bag or sprinkled through hay for foraging