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Christmas - Nature Boost Organic Parrot Tea 50g

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Expected release date is 1st Dec 2020

 Our organic avian herbal teas make a perfect gift this Christmas.   

The Christmas theme tea range is for pre-orders only and orders will be dispatched on the 1st December. If you require your order sooner please email us on  


This robust parrot tea blend is rich with flowers and leaves that produce a great tasting drink.

Made from full-bodied flowers like Hibiscus, you will be providing vital minerals and nutrients including vitamin C that is known for being effective in increasing immune system function. Herbs are suitable for small or large beaks. 

This is a fantastic addition to a varied, balanced and healthy diet.

The secret powers of our avian herbal teas lay not just within the ingredients themselves but in the unique recipe that was formulated by Dr. Jason Crean MS Bio, EdD degreed biologist, certified avian specialist, and its specific proportion of each herb that helps to target different body functions.

Composition - Hibiscus Flower, Rosehip Fruit Shells Fair Wild, Tulsi Leaf, Linden Flowers, Dandelion Leaf, Chamomile Flower.

6 ways to serve avian herbal tea:

  1. Hot or cold brewed tea - with or without the herbs in.
  2. Add dry or brewed herbs directly into your birds' fresh veggie chop daily.
  3. Add dry herbs into your birds' seed mix for the enrichment and encourage foraging.
  4. Add the dry herbs into suitable foraging toys.
  5. During hot summer days, you can turn the tea into an ice lolly.
  6. Add dry herbs into your birds' fruit bowl.

High-quality organic human-grade ingredients.

Store in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight. Caffeine-free. Please read our safety tips before offering any tea to your pet bird. Complementary parrot food. This product is not a replacement for water. This is a pet product which is not intended to be used for medicinal purposes or cure any illness, nor for human consumption. Always consult with your veterinarian if your bird is on any medication before offering it to your pet bird.