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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
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Lynn Horn (Phoenix, US)
Veggie and fruit and tea

I was really hoping they would love this. My pionus usually eats anything, but maybe took one or two bites and walked away. My amazon would have none of it. Hes more picky though, so I wasn't over optimistic about him eating it.
I did not give up though and made it for them many many times since I got it thinking they would warm up to it, but still, they just don't eat it. I have throw away almost all of what I make.. I really wish it would have worked for them, since the ingredients are so good and good for them, but Isadly I won't be ordering again. Thanks for creating something good for them though! Hopefully it works better for other birds. Lynn Horn

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Robin Lloyd (Plainwell, US)
Rising Phoenix Tea

This is by far Stormy’s favorite, we mix it it with his food.

K
Kanako Shrader (Pittsburgh, US)
Parrots tea was great for GCC

He loved tea smells nice for human too . Apple berry mix looks darker color than year ago also smelled Stronger too me. Are they change formula?
My Cockatiel won’t eat much anymore.
I was sad because spend over 60$ .
she used asked me everyday I froze in silicon ice cube mold for two birds .but lately she are few bite and walk away . She used eat 20 minutes at dish eat slow for one tea spoon amount birds bistro apple berry .
My green cheeked conure on and off . He like it but not eat a lot maybe half tea spoon or less begin with . After new Batch he eat few bite and asked me other thing . He liked one tea has lavender smells. Cockatiel still don’t want to drink straight tea . I froze in slicing ice cube as well as apple berry I tried gave her tea ice cube in her large water dish then she drunk few sip of tea mix in water .
I was very happy till get this new batch has very strong smells and color is more brown than usual. I’m not happy because label didn’t say new formula or anything.

F
Freida Moreland (Rockwall, US)
Picky Eater

I use the tea to make his Southern Feast Food instead of just water. As picky as he is I thought he wouldn't eat his food now but it didn't stop him. He loves it. He is a Quaker and so so picky.

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Amy Joyce (Painesville, US)
Did the Trick!!

I got the Rising Phoenix Parrot Tea for my 41 year old Yellow Crown Amazon and my 36 year old Blue Front Amazon to help the inflammation in their feet from arthritis. It seems to be helping them both. Castiel my Yellow Crown seems to have an easier time climbing now. I'm not real sure about Tommy my Blue Front because he's a bit of a perch potato. I spray the tea on their feet as well as using it dry and in liquid form in their birdie bread. I have high hopes for the future of my elderly Amazons and my beautiful Rocky who is not far behind her flock mates. Rocky is the Superstar in my flock because she is pictured on the Hearty Veggies package as well as at the bottom of the page for each item in the Bird Street Bistro store.

Rising Phoenix Parrot Tea

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Rising Phoenix - Parrot Tea

100% Organic, human grade healing herbs. Rising phoenix's mixture of organic herbal tea is specifically  made for your feathered friend. The antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties in our organic herbal parrot tea help your parrot's natural molting process and helps keep illnesses at bay.  

Hot Steeping Method 

Steep 2 teaspoons of tea in 16 ounces (2 cups) of hot water for 10 minutes. Cool to room temperature before serving to birds. Tea may need to be diluted to be introduced to your bird . Remove tea bowl within 24 hours. Refrigerated tea must be used within 7 days.

Other Method and Uses

Use tea as a substitute for water when making Bird Street Bistro food blends or you can sprinkle 1/2 teaspoon of dry leaf tea onto your favorite Bird Street Bistro parrot food. Provide a bowl of tea in a water form as well. You may use topically for its anti-inflammatory benefits. Use a spray bottle to mist lightly.

Ingredient: (All Organic)

Dandelion Leaf. Rose Hips, Marigold (calendula), Lemongrass, Echinacea Purpurea Herb, Dandelion Root, Lavender Flower

 

    Refrigerate for up to 7 days - Freeze for up to a month
    Safe for all parrot species from Budgies to Macaws
    Statements have not been evaluated by the FDA

     

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 6 reviews
    67%
    (4)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    33%
    (2)
    0%
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    L
    Lynn Horn (Phoenix, US)
    Veggie and fruit and tea

    I was really hoping they would love this. My pionus usually eats anything, but maybe took one or two bites and walked away. My amazon would have none of it. Hes more picky though, so I wasn't over optimistic about him eating it.
    I did not give up though and made it for them many many times since I got it thinking they would warm up to it, but still, they just don't eat it. I have throw away almost all of what I make.. I really wish it would have worked for them, since the ingredients are so good and good for them, but Isadly I won't be ordering again. Thanks for creating something good for them though! Hopefully it works better for other birds. Lynn Horn

    R
    Robin Lloyd (Plainwell, US)
    Rising Phoenix Tea

    This is by far Stormy’s favorite, we mix it it with his food.

    K
    Kanako Shrader (Pittsburgh, US)
    Parrots tea was great for GCC

    He loved tea smells nice for human too . Apple berry mix looks darker color than year ago also smelled Stronger too me. Are they change formula?
    My Cockatiel won’t eat much anymore.
    I was sad because spend over 60$ .
    she used asked me everyday I froze in silicon ice cube mold for two birds .but lately she are few bite and walk away . She used eat 20 minutes at dish eat slow for one tea spoon amount birds bistro apple berry .
    My green cheeked conure on and off . He like it but not eat a lot maybe half tea spoon or less begin with . After new Batch he eat few bite and asked me other thing . He liked one tea has lavender smells. Cockatiel still don’t want to drink straight tea . I froze in slicing ice cube as well as apple berry I tried gave her tea ice cube in her large water dish then she drunk few sip of tea mix in water .
    I was very happy till get this new batch has very strong smells and color is more brown than usual. I’m not happy because label didn’t say new formula or anything.

    F
    Freida Moreland (Rockwall, US)
    Picky Eater

    I use the tea to make his Southern Feast Food instead of just water. As picky as he is I thought he wouldn't eat his food now but it didn't stop him. He loves it. He is a Quaker and so so picky.

    A
    Amy Joyce (Painesville, US)
    Did the Trick!!

    I got the Rising Phoenix Parrot Tea for my 41 year old Yellow Crown Amazon and my 36 year old Blue Front Amazon to help the inflammation in their feet from arthritis. It seems to be helping them both. Castiel my Yellow Crown seems to have an easier time climbing now. I'm not real sure about Tommy my Blue Front because he's a bit of a perch potato. I spray the tea on their feet as well as using it dry and in liquid form in their birdie bread. I have high hopes for the future of my elderly Amazons and my beautiful Rocky who is not far behind her flock mates. Rocky is the Superstar in my flock because she is pictured on the Hearty Veggies package as well as at the bottom of the page for each item in the Bird Street Bistro store.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 6 reviews
    67%
    (4)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    33%
    (2)
    0%
    (0)
    L
    Lynn Horn (Phoenix, US)
    Veggie and fruit and tea

    I was really hoping they would love this. My pionus usually eats anything, but maybe took one or two bites and walked away. My amazon would have none of it. Hes more picky though, so I wasn't over optimistic about him eating it.
    I did not give up though and made it for them many many times since I got it thinking they would warm up to it, but still, they just don't eat it. I have throw away almost all of what I make.. I really wish it would have worked for them, since the ingredients are so good and good for them, but Isadly I won't be ordering again. Thanks for creating something good for them though! Hopefully it works better for other birds. Lynn Horn

    R
    Robin Lloyd (Plainwell, US)
    Rising Phoenix Tea

    This is by far Stormy’s favorite, we mix it it with his food.

    K
    Kanako Shrader (Pittsburgh, US)
    Parrots tea was great for GCC

    He loved tea smells nice for human too . Apple berry mix looks darker color than year ago also smelled Stronger too me. Are they change formula?
    My Cockatiel won’t eat much anymore.
    I was sad because spend over 60$ .
    she used asked me everyday I froze in silicon ice cube mold for two birds .but lately she are few bite and walk away . She used eat 20 minutes at dish eat slow for one tea spoon amount birds bistro apple berry .
    My green cheeked conure on and off . He like it but not eat a lot maybe half tea spoon or less begin with . After new Batch he eat few bite and asked me other thing . He liked one tea has lavender smells. Cockatiel still don’t want to drink straight tea . I froze in slicing ice cube as well as apple berry I tried gave her tea ice cube in her large water dish then she drunk few sip of tea mix in water .
    I was very happy till get this new batch has very strong smells and color is more brown than usual. I’m not happy because label didn’t say new formula or anything.

    F
    Freida Moreland (Rockwall, US)
    Picky Eater

    I use the tea to make his Southern Feast Food instead of just water. As picky as he is I thought he wouldn't eat his food now but it didn't stop him. He loves it. He is a Quaker and so so picky.

    A
    Amy Joyce (Painesville, US)
    Did the Trick!!

    I got the Rising Phoenix Parrot Tea for my 41 year old Yellow Crown Amazon and my 36 year old Blue Front Amazon to help the inflammation in their feet from arthritis. It seems to be helping them both. Castiel my Yellow Crown seems to have an easier time climbing now. I'm not real sure about Tommy my Blue Front because he's a bit of a perch potato. I spray the tea on their feet as well as using it dry and in liquid form in their birdie bread. I have high hopes for the future of my elderly Amazons and my beautiful Rocky who is not far behind her flock mates. Rocky is the Superstar in my flock because she is pictured on the Hearty Veggies package as well as at the bottom of the page for each item in the Bird Street Bistro store.