Why Do My Birds Need Herb SaladTM? Herb Salad is not only for sick birds. It's also beneficial in maintaining the health of the fit bird, in a safe and natural way. The advantages Herb Salad provides the bird receiving medicinal care is in the support it offers sick birds suffering the adverse side effects that medications can produce. It helps stimulate appetite, strengthens the immune system, and encourages good bacteria growth. Sometimes, Herb Salad can even furnish the solution re: the ill bird not responding to treatment when it is due to the fact that the drug(s) being administered is not addressing the problem or is only combating part of it. Enabling your bird's ability to self-medicate can be a life-saver.
Will my bird like Herb SaladTM? Birds instinctively know medicinal plants are a necessary part of their natural diet. Your bird's initial reaction to Herb Salad can vary, depending on the individual bird and the circumstances. The majority of birds immediately try Herb Salad and begin consuming it on a regular basis. In some cases, your bird may ignore it until a health matter, e.g. vitamin deficiency, stress, injury, illness, etc. compels him to seek relief. Time may be needed for your bird to *learn* to eat Herb Salad, especially finicky eaters resistant to new foods. Don't remove it right away if it goes untouched. Keep it dry and clean, and leave it in his cage. It is the rare bird that doesn't eventually discover what makes him feel stronger, healthier and happy.
When do my birds need Herb SaladTM? Herb Salad should be available to your bird at all times. The benefit of regular access to the healthy bird is in permitting them the opportunity to address health issues, vitamin deficiencies and illness before the onset of the changed behavior or eating patterns that alert us to a health concern. The merits of early prevention can be crucial for breeding hens and babies, as well as the smaller and more delicate species. Stressed and recovering birds also profit from the constant availability to Herb Salad with its many function-specific herbs.
How do I feed Herb SaladTM to my birds? The fundamental principal behind Herb Salad, and what it affords your bird over food and water additives, is in the way it gives your bird the power to choice. This is best accomplished by feeding Herb Salad in its own container. Desirable, are shallow dishes that allow easy access to the entire supply, rather than just surface contents. A shallower container will also help eliminate waste brought on by digging birds searching for individual herbs. To help acclimate the fussy eater, Herb Salad may be added to their seed. We do not recommend adding it to soft or cooked diets.
Should I use Herb SaladTM instead of medications and supplements? We know that captive birds need additional minerals and vitamins that aren't derived from food intake alone. What to supplement and how often, depends on a number of factors such as the quality of their diet, lighting, exercise, etc. We recommend making no changes to your bird's diet initially, rather monitor your birds for any changes. You may determine over time, that less medicating and supplementing is needed. Watch for improvements such as
Aviary's practice has been to provide our birds with all the necessary elements in maintaining superior physical and mental wellbeing, while allowing them to choose *what, when and how much* when it concerns their diet.
We consider Herb Salad essential to our feeding program, but not as an alternative to veterinary care and recommended medications or in substitution of supplementing proper nutrition with vitamins. Success has depended upon the species of bird, health history and eating habits. We believe however, that whatever your feeding practices are, your bird's diet and welfare will surely be enhanced with the inclusion of Herb Salad.
Milk thistle liver repair, heart, lungs, circulation, worms
Oatstraw calcium, magnesium, yeast infections, thyroid
Echinacea antibiotic, antiviral, immunity, vitamins, proteins
Thyme antibacterial, kills & expels worms, diarrhea
Pau d'arco blood cleanser, fights infections, liver, candida
Plantain kidneys, appetite, diarrhea, anti-inflammatory
Dandelion stomach, vitamins, potassium, calcium, kidneys
Marshmallow wounds, calcium, diuretic, demulcent, tonic Red clover relaxant, antibiotic, inflammations, minerals
Chickweed C, B, D, Anti-inflammatory, stomach, respiratory
Garlic antifungal, antioxidant, fertility, heart
Olive leaf feather problems, improves the will to live
Kelp iodine, thyroid, stimulant, mucous membranes
Elderberry respiratory, anti-inflammatory, blood, appetite
Barberry antiseptic, respiratory, blood purifier, liver Licorice expectorant, liver, anti-inflammatory, flavor
Yarrow blood, liver, virus & fungal inhibitor, tonic
Astragalus immune system, digestion, energy, kidneys
Lavender digestion, essential oils, stress, metabolism Wormwood liver, aids digestion, appetite stimulant, worms
Spirulina fertility, growth, stress, color, protein
Wheatgrass circulation, amino acids, enzymes, chlorophyll
|Super Salad!!! by birdlady on 2014-04-07 14:09:06|
|Rating:||5 of 5 - Excellent|
|Pros:||I ordered this a few months ago, not knowing if my birds will like this or not. I followed the instructions and place a separate dish with just a little in it. Within a few days, I saw one bird nibble at it. Within a week, they all nibble at it throughout the day. My birds are healthy, but I do have white faced cockatiels that are prone to liver and kidney diseases. I hope that this added "salad" will help keep them healthy with the addition of the organic pellets and fresh grains, legumes, and veggies they get, along with probiotics. Just wish I had known about this sooner... I lost one WF 'tiel to a kidney disease. This ay have helper live a little longer.|
|Cons:||As will most varied foods, they pick thru and eat what they want and push out the rest! lol|
|A staple around here! by Shawna on 2012-12-18 12:40:29|
|Rating:||5 of 5 - Excellent|
|Pros:||It smells awesome, my birds go crazy over it, and one package goes a long way.|
|Cons:||Messy as they rifle through what they want.|
|Comments:||I added this to my birds' diet almost a year ago. I don't know if it keeps them healthier or not, but they enjoy the activity of finding their favorites.|
|Unbelievable results by FlyRed on 2011-12-14 17:38:59|
|Rating:||5 of 5 - Excellent|
|Pros:||My Blur Quaker started biting her feathers off about two years ago. WWe used AviCalm and Featheriffic for those two years without any results. I purchased Herb Salad and she loves it AND she has quit biting her feathers off! Yes, she is finally looking like a pretty bird again!! Amazing!|
|Comments:||Ordering more today and adding to all three of my birds diets.|
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