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PostSubject: Twin Beaks Herb Salad for Birds   Sat Mar 27, 2010 7:53 pm

Twin Beaks Herb Salad

your bird's ability to self-medicate.

22 organically grown herbs
chosen specifically for birds! Each herb has been chosen for its healing
and preventative properties. Our captive birds are not able to
self-medicate like birds in the wild and Twin Beaks Aviary's Herb Salad
is trying to remedy this.

Astragalus--immune system stimulator,
aids digestion, energy, kidneys

Barberry---C, antiseptic,
respiratory, antibacterial, blood purifier, liver function

B6, B12, D, anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor, stomach, respiratory

kidneys, stomach, vitamins, rich in potassium, iron, calcium

antiviral, strengthens immunity, vitamins & proteins

anti-inflammatory, blood purifier, stimulates appetite

antifungal, antioxidant, fertility, immune system, heart

thyroid, stimulant, emollient, protects mucous membranes

digestion, essential oils, relieves stress, metabolism

liver detoxifier, anti-inflammatory, delicious flavor

wounds, calcium, A, diuretic, demulcent, tonic

thistle---liver repair, heart, lungs, circulation, expels intestinal

Oatstraw---rich in calcium, magnesium, yeast infections,
antiseptic, thyroid

Olive leaf---chronic skin problems,
allergies, improves the will to live in sick birds

Pau d’
arco---antibacterial, blood cleanser, fights infections, liver, candida

bladder, appetite, diarrhea, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory

clover---relaxant, antibiotic, inflammations, biotin, minerals, B’s,
A, C

Spirulina---fertility, growth, immune system, stress
reducer, color, protein

Thyme---antibacterial, kills and expels
worms, fights diarrhea

Valerian---feather plucking,
aggressiveness, pain relief, nervous conditions

aids digestion, encourages appetite, kills & expels worms

purifier, liver function, virus & fungal inhibitor, tonic

Offer Herb Salad dry, in shallow dishes so that your birds can find the
particular herb it needs. Replenish as necessary or every two weeks.

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