Ham-Stake Herbs Ruif Marigold & Nettle 25 cm
Herbs Ruif Marigold & Nettle 25 cm €9,95 €10,95

Herbs Ruif Marigold & Nettle 25 cm

€10,95 €9,95
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Ham-Stake Herb Ruif Marigold & Nettle for rodents!

Large hanging roll to hang!

The Ham-Stake Herb Rack is a particularly nicely filled wooden rack for rodents and rabbits! The rack is filled with Marigold , Nettle and Beetroot . Particularly nicely filled rack to hang for rodents! The rack can easily be hung thanks to the hooks and a nibbling pleasure can begin. The rack not only provides distraction, activity, but thanks to its beautiful composition it is also a real treat for rodents!

Nettle (urtica dioca) is one of the best known wild vegetables. This therefore belongs to the natural food of rodents. The animals use the medicinal properties of the nettle for their diet.

Nettle helps with skin problems and prevents oily skin and fur. This is mainly due to a high content of folic acid or B11, B2 (riboflavin), B5 (pantthatric acid), calcium, zinc, silicon and sulfur. The nettle is a very rich plant, which means it can also be used to improve anemia or anemia, mineral deficiencies, weakness or old age weakness. The nettle works Remineralizing because it contains iron, silicon, calcium, potassium, sodium, copper, magnesium, zinc, sulfur, manganese, chromium and nitrates. In addition, it helps remove uric acid from the body and is therefore a remedy for gout, osteoarthritis and arthritis.

ham-stake natural rodent snacks for rabbit, guinea pig, hamster, mouse, gerbil, rat, chinchilla

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Ham-Stake Herbs Ruif Marigold & Nettle 25 cm
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