(cut and sifted)
this iconic blue flower was once a common sight in rural cornfields. Unfortunately, due to increased use of herbicides and fertilizers, the cornflower has declined dramatically in the wild in the last 60 years and is therefore one of the most expensive flowers.
It can help easing tummy aches or G.I. stasis and may help with respiratory problems. Therefore it can also be found in our "Achoo" Mix.
Cornflower petals are also suitable for a proper Degu diet since their sensitive G.I. tracts are not used to wet and sugary food. They can become diabetics very easily.
Degus originate from the arid plains of the Andes in Chile and should therefore be fed a variety of herbs, leaves, roots and some seeds. Even the most common pellets are questionable since all pellets are held together by some form of carbohydrates.
Please keep always in mind when you serve your pet new food:
Item does not include bunny bowl.
Please note that some of these herbs like dandelions, red clover and nettles contain a larger amount of calcium compared to other herbs or flowers. In their fresh state some of these herbs may be diuretic but if you have an animal with bladder stones or issues with bladder sludge we suggest to consult your vet before offering these as treats.
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