Lavender use has been documented for over 2500 years. The ancient Egyptians used lavender for mummification and perfume. Romans used lavender oils for cooking, bathing and scenting the air and the name is derived from the Latin verb lavare—which means, “to wash.”
Lavender is truly a magical plant, full of sweet fragrance and therapeutic in nature. It is known for its antiseptic and antibiotic properties that can kill bacteria, alleviate the effects of bee stings and migraines, heal burns and ward off moths in clothing closets.
Please note that lavender is very strong in smell and may not be something for all critters. Lavender is a popular treat but should not be fed in large quantities. If you're unsure we recommend starting with a 1 oz order or better yet, choose The Shire Mix or Holiday Mix to try it out.
Please keep always in mind when you serve your pet new food:
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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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