Knaagdier Kruidenier Dried Nettle Leaves
Dried Nettle Leaves €1,99 €3,95

Dried Nettle Leaves

€3,95 €1,99
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Product description

Rodent Grocery Dried Nettle Leaves

rodent herbs friendly to bees and butterflies The nettle leaves are of the highest quality. Dried carefully so that your rodent can enjoy the best quality Nettle leaves. Aromatic natural vegetables, known from national medicine and medicinal herbs. Stimulates digestion. Has detoxifying properties and stimulates the metabolism. A tasty and healthy treat.

Tannins
Phenolic acid
Mucilages
Proteins
Flavonoids
Vitamin A, D, C, K
Minerals (Sodium, Potassium, Sulfur, Magnesium, Calcium, Iron, Manganese, Chloride)
Histamine

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

The nettle protects against infectious diseases and worms. An old farm product is boiled nettle as a dewormer.

Kidneys
With eye complaints (eyebright)
Soothes itchy skin, but also skin problems after castration or hormonal complaints
Helps with allergies. Allergic animals can respond well to adding nettle to the diet

Nettle helps with skin problems and prevents oily skin and coat. This is mainly due to a high content of folic acid or B11, B2 (riboflavin), B5 (pantthathenic acid), calcium, zinc, silicon and sulfur. The nettle is a very rich plant, so it can also be used to strengthen anemia or anemia, mineral deficiencies, weakness or age weakness. The nettle works It has a remineralizing effect because it contains iron, silicon, calcium, potassium, sodium, copper, magnesium, zinc, sulfur, manganese, chromium and nitrates. In addition, it helps to remove uric acid from the body and is therefore a medicine for gout, arthrosis and arthritis.

Preserving herbs

It is important to store herbs in a dark, dry and well-ventilated place. Moisture is bad for the quality of herbs. If moisture gets into herbs, they can become moldy. That is why our herbs are never packed in plastic and only in paper.

! Herbs should not be stored in plastic.

Good to know

DRD Rodent Shop ® is the right place for fresh and traditionally dried herbs of the highest quality! In our spice shop you will find different types of dried herbs, leaves and flowers.

Herbs are a nice addition to your rodent or rabbit's daily menu. How many herbs you give depends very much on the type of animal. For example, guinea pigs, rabbits, chinchillas and degus will love to eat a lot of herbs.

The seasoning mixes the Rodent Grocery ® contain only 1st class quality leaves, stems and flowers. Carefully packaged in a special paper (food) packaging. Directly from the grocer, so no between suppliers. The latter guarantees optimal freshness of the herbs. With us, the herbs are stored in a special dark room.

We have deliberately chosen paper to support not only the freshness of the herbs but also that of the environment. In addition, the paper bag shields better from light and allows the herbs to breathe. A suffocating plastic bag does not benefit the quality of the herbs.

always fresh rodent food ALWAYS HERBS RODENT!

As a specialist in the field of rodent nutrition, you as a customer benefit from our knowledge and experience. We pay attention to the details so you don't have to worry about that. This is also reflected, for example, in our purchasing & storage policy. We focus on fresh and fresh instead of a lot and cheap. In addition, all our herbs are stored correctly, namely dark and dry without sunlight, which can affect the nutritional value.

herbs for rodents and rabbits

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Knaagdier Kruidenier Dried Nettle Leaves
Reviews
10 / 10
(2)
10 / 10
Z.A. 03 July 2020

Konijntjes vonden het heerlijk!!

10 / 10
Marianne 01 May 2020

Goed product cavia, 's vinden het lekker

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