This big world is upsetting for a bird scared of becoming someone else’s prey. Help your parrot feel calm yet alert. Our Calming Herbs for Parrots supports feather plucking, parrot hormones, and stressed parrots.
UnRuffledRx Calming Herbs for Parrots safely helps to eliminate unwanted parrot behavior that is due to anxiety and hormone imbalance. Offer your pet this self-serve herbal apothecary and watch it transform into a calmer, healthier pet. As your parrot forages through this rich mix of crunchy leaves, roots, bark, and flowers known for their calming, hormone balance and nutritional properties, it also receives the satisfaction of foraging.
Given the high nutrient nature of this mix, please feed sparingly to Eclectus parrots.
Available in 4 oz. resealable, standup bags.
(Wholesale inquiries welcome.)
While most birds quickly accept natural plant textures and tastes, some finicky eaters may need encouragement to try new foods.
Ingredients: 100% Organic. Alfalfa leaves, Chamomile, Lavender, Lemon Balm, Red Clover Flower, Kava Kava Root, Passion Flower, Valarian Powder.
The function of Ingredients:
|Red Clover Flower||
|Kava Kava Root||
Offer smaller parrots approximately 1/4 teaspoon a day, while larger birds may eat approximately 1 teaspoon per day. Serve UnRuffledRx Calming Herbs for Parrots in a separate dish, mix with moist veggies or mixed with dried pellets. Our parrot calming herbs may be mixed in with moist, warmed fruits and vegetables, baked into Birdy Bread, or stirred into bird chop, too.
I’ve been using this for my bare eyed cockatoo and so far I haven’t seen a difference,,, the screaming continues. I do plan on keeping it in her diet. Can’t hurt.
I am using a combination of different calming techniques. This seems to be working and my birds seem to like it.
Have African grey who has genetic heart problems that caused to start chewing on her back and under her wing from anxiety. Have her in and out of collar for two years. She is on medication but now the chewing seems to be habit. Trying the herbs and calming sprays. Using the herbs with my other birds and everybody seems to like them. Too early to tell if the sprays will take place of collar.
My parrot and parakeets ready take this in thier dish. Along with feather spray, my Brotogeneris is regrowing his chest feathers.
I just started giving this to my lovebird that is plucking. I think it’s too early to tell how it’s working but she is eating it.