✔ Our special blend of organic herbs naturally help to soothe a jittery bird and restore tranquility.
✔ This nourishing herb blend offers stress support, immune support, & whole system health. Caffeine-Free, GMO-Free, Organic, Vegan.
✔ Steep into a tea, sprinkle on chop, or serve in a separate dish.
✔ No cheap fillers, no preservatives, and nothing artificial. Just good, pure nutrition that calms your bird.
I have a secret for you that'll make your bird's days better. Say goodbye to stressful days with our organic, freshly-dried Bird Calming Tea. These leafy green herbs are just what your feathered friend needs to live a long and happy life!
Our special blend of organic dried herbs will provide your bird's body and mind with a soothing relief that you both will love.
Start gently supporting their calm today. Reduce your waste and help save the rainforest. Packaged in the US in eco-friendly packaging with US and globally sourced ingredients.
Ingredients: 100% Organic. Alfalfa leaves, Chamomile, Lavender, Lemon Balm, Red Clover Flower, Passion Flower.
Store your organic Bird Calming Tea in a cool, dry, dark place.
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Chamomile contains apigenin which is known to improve sleep quality.
Alfalfa leaf contains antioxidants, as well as nutrients like vitamin K, copper, folate, and magnesium.
Lemon balm helps with stress and anxiety, promotes sleep, and eases pain.
Lavender, Red Clover, & Passion Flowercan promote vitality, stabilize mood & improve performance & focus.
Steep calming herbs into a tea for 3-5 minutes.
Serve crunchy herbs in a separate bowl
Stir 1/4 - 1/2 teaspoon into your birds daily chop
We purchase pure Egyptian Chamomile .
Our Chamomlle is safe for all parrots from budgies & tiels to macaws. It can be used on doves, chickens, canaries & finches, too.
Chamomile has something special called apigenin, which sticks to brain parts called benzodiazepine receptors.
No. There is no caffeine in Chamomile.