Knaagdierwinkel® Dried Marigold Leaves
Dried Marigold Leaves €2,99 €3,99

Dried Marigold Leaves

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Rodent Store ® Marigold leaves for rodents & rabbits!

The dried Marigold is also called Calendula and is also known as Calendula officinalis, wart herb and garden marigold . The Marigold is a very famous herb that is used for many different ailments including:

  • Moon problems
  • Intestinal problems
  • Skin Injuries: Wounds, Red skin
  • Insect Bites

This herbal mix contains only the 1st class quality Marigold Crown petals. These are carefully packed in a paper package. We have deliberately chosen paper to support not only the freshness of the herbs but also that of the environment.

In addition to the beautiful yellow color and the wonderful scent, the Goudsbloem has even more qualities, namely:

  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Kram solving
  • Antiseptic

The Marigold can easily be mixed with the food of your rodent or rabbit, but you can also make tea from the Marigold Leaves. Make sure you let the tea cool before you give it to your animal.

Make a compress from Marigold

You can also use the tea as a compress on the skin. To make a marigold compress, take 2 tablespoons of dried marigold per cup of boiling water. Cover for 15 minutes. After this you can put a compress in this liquid and pat it on the eyes or on the skin a few times a day.

Making oil from Marigold

For rough and chapped skin, to lighten the skin or to purify the skin: Allow 1 cup of marigold to soak in 2 cups of vegetable oil such as almond oil for 3 weeks. Afterwards sift and use externally on the skin.

Nutritional advice Marigold Leaves

For herbs, it is always a pleasant addition to the daily diet of your favorite. For rabbits there is also a guideline of 5 - 10 grams of herbs per 1 kg of body weight.

Always keep the herbs dry, dark and cool.

Storing herbs

It is important to store herbs in a dark, dry and well-ventilated place. Moisture is the greatest enemy of herbs. If moisture comes with herbs, they can mold. That is why our herbs are never packaged in plastic and only in paper.

! Herbs may not be stored in plastic.

Good to know

Fresh and dried herbs traditionally the highest quality you've DRD ® Rodent Shop at the right place! In our spice shop you will find different kinds of dried herbs, leaves and flowers.

Herbs are a nice addition to the daily menu of your rodent or rabbit. How many herbs you give strongly depends on the type of animal. Guinea pigs, rabbits, chinchillas and degus will love to eat lots of herbs.

The herbal mixes from DRD Knaagdierwinkel ® only contain 1st class quality leaves, stalks and flowers. Carefully packed in a special paper (food) packaging. Directly from the grocery, so no between suppliers. The latter guarantees optimum 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 better protects against light and allows the herbs to breathe. A choking plastic bag does not benefit the quality of the herbs.

always fresh rodent food ALWAYS FRESH RODENT HERBS!

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

herbs for rodents and rabbits

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