Dried Melissa
Dried Melissa €3,99 €4,99

Dried Melissa

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Product description

Dried Melissa

rodent herbs friendly to bees and butterflies Melissa (Melissae officinalis) not only has a calming and relaxing effect on rodents, but also contains important minerals and trace elements. The Melissa comes from the Lipflower family and comes from Southern Europe.

Lemon balm is known to have a relaxing influence.

Essential Oil that mites don't like. The herb can keep mites out of the enclosure. Also suitable as a defense against blood lice.
Helps with intestinal cramps
Bitters stimulate juice secretion in the digestive tract and thus build up the resistance of the digestive system
Tanning agents have an anti-inflammatory, diuretic and anti-swelling effect
Flavonoids are very good for heart and blood vessels
Phenolic acids

The Melissa is of the highest quality. Carefully dried so that your rodent can enjoy the best quality Melisse.

! Do not give to pregnant animals with poor thyroid function.
! Do not use in animals with glaucoma.

Do you know! Beekeepers used to weave the melissa on the beehive so that the bees could find their way back home. According to the Arabs, the herb bestows intelligence on all animals that eat it, so perhaps it can help solve an intelligence game for your rabbit or guinea pig!

herbs for rodents and rabbits

Specifications
Content: 70 grams
Composition: 100% Natural Dried Balm (Leaf & Stem)
Analysis: -
Promotes Foraging: Yes, by scattering around
Suitable for: Rodents, Mouse, Dwarf Hamster, Hamster, Gerbil, Rat, Guinea Pig, Rabbit, Chinchilla, Degu
Particularities: -
Dried Melissa
Reviews
8 / 10
(1)
8 / 10
Soraya 01 November 2020

Prima, hamster vindt het leuk voor foraging.

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