Variety is so important in small animal diets. Rabbits, guinea pigs, and chickens are natural foragers. They don’t eat only one type of grass, flower, herb, or bark. They eat a little bit of this and a little bit of that. (Depending on what’s seasonally available, of course.) Without diet variety, they can suffer a lack of trace minerals and other nutritional components.
This small animal herbal blend is made of whole foods. A whole food = something to eat that’s still in its natural state and is bioavailable. It’s still what it ever was. Nothing is taken out of the original plant. A berry that has vitamin C is a whole food. A leaf is a whole food.
A whole food gives vitamins, minerals, enzymes, amino acids, fatty acids, and other micronutrients in a way the body needs them and understands them.
Rabbit and guinea pig teeth also require a variety of foods. They need to bite and chew, and crunch. They need to pull at bark and twigs. If they don’t get a chance to do all those things, mouth health can deteriorate and tooth problems crop up. And although chickens don’t have teeth, it’s still perfect for them, especially if they’re not free-range. Plus, it will make your coop or brood smell ah-mazing!
Dandelion Leaf, Dandelion Root, Raspberry Leaf, Nettle Leaf, Lemon Verbena, Chamomile, Lemon Balm, Rosemary, Linden Leaves and Flowers, Green Oat Tops.