With virtually nothing on the market for megacolon bunnies, especially holistic/natural support, we knew we had to take matters into our own hands for our special megacolon bunny, Delilah. So, after a lot of diligent research and consultation with our mentor Lucile Moore (author of Rabbit Nutrition and Nutritional Healing amongst other well-known rabbit care books), we developed this powerful yet gentle restorative blend specifically designed to support megacolon bunnies.
Delilah's Restorative Megacolon Herbal Blend is a mixture of antispasmodics, anti-inflammatories, and herbs that specifically help with absorption of nutrients, countering irritation in the gut lining, and soothing mucous membranes of the GI tract. Plantain is a wonderful gut-motility herb, and echinacea of course is a powerful immune booster. Dandelion and milk thistle support the liver. Schisandra berry is an adaptogenic herb which has anti-inflammatory and stress reducing effects. High vitamin C herbs like rose hips are included as well (Vitamin C helps with improvement in fecal shape and output).
While this blend is designed specifically with megacolon in mind, it can also be safely given to small pets who do not have megacolon.
❗️NOTE: This blend is an adjunct/complementary approach to the megacolon disorder by adding nutritional support, as a lack of nutrient absorption is part of the disease process. It is NOT a substitute for medication. The most important thing is medical management and working closely with a rabbit-savvy vet who believes in megacolon as a diagnosis/congenital disease.
✨CHECK OUT OUR RESTORATIVE MEGACOLON TREATS HERE: coming soon!
ABOUT OUR BLENDS:
🐇 100% organic, non-GMO, vegan, cruelty-free
🌱 Packaged in 100% compostable bags
❣️ HANDCRAFTED: each blend is a unique fusion of passion, love, and dedicated research
🌾 VARIETY is vital for your small pet. As foragers, they would naturally eat all different kinds of herbs, flowers, barks, and grasses depending on what would be seasonally available. Herbs provide a natural, safe source of of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, amino acids, fatty acids, and other micronutrients.
HOW DO YOU USE HERBAL BLENDS | FORAGES | HAY TOPPERS?
💡Sprinkle on top of hay, greens, or pellets for a fun foraging activity
💡Hide a pinch in their play area
💡Stuff some into chew toys
This provides them not only with a healthy snack but also with a fun opportunity to stimulate and enrich their brains, curbing their appetite for destructive behavior due to boredom.
🌿ORGANIC BLEND: Alfalfa Leaf, Calendula, Chamomile, Dandelion Leaf, Dandelion Root, Echinacea Leaf, Marshmallow Root, Milk Thistle Seed, Oregano, Peppermint, Plantain, Rose Hips, Schisandra Berry, Slippery Elm Bark, Thyme, Tulsi Basil
📍SUGGESTED USE: offer up to 1-2 TBSP daily per 5 lbs body weight
✔️SUITABLE FOR: rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, gerbils, hamsters, mice, rats, chickens, birds
📌STORAGE: for optimal shelf life, transfer to an airtight container and store in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight
⏳SHELF LIFE: dried herbs will stay viable for 1-3 years if properly stored; beyond that potency begins to decline but they are still safe to consume
⚠️CAUTIONS: not intended for pets under 2 months old. Always introduce new treats and foods slowly. They are intended for the average, healthy pet and should never replace proper veterinary care; if you suspect your pet is ill, please contact a savvy vet ASAP.
✏️NOTES: this blend has been reviewed and recommended by Lucile Moore PhD, widely recognized rabbit expert and author of Rabbit Nutrition and Nutritional Healing.
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Jun 30, 2020
great quality, bun loves it!
Jun 15, 2020
This shop is amazing. My bun goes crazy for everything!
May 16, 2020
My bun loves everything I’ve gotten her from this shop. She loves this mix sprinkled on her grass mats and dig boxes!
May 15, 2020
One of our favorites to mix our pellets with
May 13, 2020