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Buy Online High Quality Chamomile, Organic - Bird Street Bistro

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Jerry Schwartz (Grand Island, US)
Parrotlets not to interested in the prouduct.

I have 7 parrotlets and only one will eat the Chamomile, even when feeding with their cooked foods. Just not something my birds like.

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E. (Reno, US)
Birds love!

My flocks pick out these flowers from the Halcyon Tea and fight over these sweet little petals. I decided to buy the flowers in a small bulk to give them as treats.

Chamomile, Organic

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Bird Street Bistro
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Organic, human grade, non-GMO. Chamomile has been used since ancient times for its calming and anti-inflammatory properties.  The plant's healing properties come from its daisy-like flowers, which contain volatile oils (including bisabolol, bisabolol oxides A and B, and matricin) as well as flavonoids (particularly a compound called apigenin) and other therapeutic substances.  

Use as a tea or sprinkle sparingly into your bird's dry mix or mash.

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Jerry Schwartz (Grand Island, US)
Parrotlets not to interested in the prouduct.

I have 7 parrotlets and only one will eat the Chamomile, even when feeding with their cooked foods. Just not something my birds like.

E
E. (Reno, US)
Birds love!

My flocks pick out these flowers from the Halcyon Tea and fight over these sweet little petals. I decided to buy the flowers in a small bulk to give them as treats.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
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(1)
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(1)
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J
Jerry Schwartz (Grand Island, US)
Parrotlets not to interested in the prouduct.

I have 7 parrotlets and only one will eat the Chamomile, even when feeding with their cooked foods. Just not something my birds like.

E
E. (Reno, US)
Birds love!

My flocks pick out these flowers from the Halcyon Tea and fight over these sweet little petals. I decided to buy the flowers in a small bulk to give them as treats.