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Forage/Foraging: (of a person or animal) search widely for food or provisions

Fun Fact: Antioxidants are known for their immune-boosting qualities and their ability to fight harmful free radicals and inflammation.

Birch Bark

US$3.99

Birch Bark

US$3.99

Contains Betulinic Acid which shows potent anticancer activity. Helps keep teeth trimmed and is easily digestible. 

Calendula

US$2.13

Calendula

US$2.13

Some of their uses include healing foot ulcers, speeds skin healing process, helps fight against cancer, reduces inflammatory problems, among other benefits.

Are high in fiber, and essential nutrients such as vitamins E and C. 

Usually a bunny's favorite!

Is known to have calming properties that can reduce stress in rabbits, and can also reduce pain, inflammation, and even fever.  May also aid in reducing gas.

Cilantro

US$3.65

Cilantro

US$3.65

Contain a good amount of vitamins A, K, and C. Additionally, it has riboflavin, pantothenic acid, vitamin B6, folate, vitamin E, and minerals such as iron, manganese, and potassium. Feed limited amounts per week.

Has a calming effect on rabbits, also good when a rabbit stops eating, it can help them start up again. Comfrey is a great source of vitamin A and good for pregnant and nursing mamas as it also supports the immune system. Comfrey is good for the stomach, and can be fed as a general gut tonic.

Contains high levels of natural fiber as well as vitamins & minerals.  Feed limited amounts per week.

Dill Weed

US$2.49

Dill Weed

US$2.49

Contains, dietary fibers, proteins, vitamins B6, K, and E, magnesium, potassium, iron, manganese, and calcium. Dill can add extra fiber amount to your rabbit's diet. Because of the high dietary fiber, it aids gastrointestinal problems such as diarrhea, gases, and bloating. Also has anti-inflammatory properties. 

Are high in fiber, calcium and Vitamin A. Feed limited amounts per week.

Echinacea

US$2.67

Echinacea

US$2.67

Whole Plant - is a proven immunity booster in rabbits with actual antibacterial and antiviral properties in larger amounts or mix a bit in their water to make a tea for them.

Expectorant and fever reducer.

Has antibacterial, antiviral properties while it gives an immune boost.

Known to stop bleeding.

Contain healthy antioxidants.  Goji berries contain large amounts of vitamins A and C.

Stimulates appetite and aids digestion. It is a source of numerous vitamins and minerals, contain a significant amount of bioflavonoids that enhance the absorption of vitamin C. One of the most valued and safest heart and vascular tonics.

Has copious amounts of antioxidants and is a wonderful source of vitamin C. It can also help prevent bladder infection as well as constipation.

Lavender

US$3.13

Lavender

US$3.13

Has properties that are anti-tumor and anti-fungal and aids in reducing cholesterol levels.  Can also aid in nervous stress.

Lemon Balm

US$2.61

Lemon Balm

US$2.61

Has many benefits such as reducing stress and anxiety, fighting bacteria and fungus, and improving digestion, while aiding with bloating and gas.

Aids in gastric inflammation and is an immune booster.

Aids with gas, digestion, inflammation, has anti-seizure properties.

Marjoram

US$1.99

Marjoram

US$1.99

Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and may help resolve digestive issues as well as calm your bunny.  Feed limited amounts per week.

Wonderful for digestion concerns and to increase milk supply in nursing mamas.

Mint

US$1.99

Mint

US$1.99

Beneficial balance of proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. The significant levels of vitamin A, potassium, and iron help boost your rabbit's nutrition. Mint can aid in your rabbit's digestion. It firms loose stools and reduces gas and bloating.

Nettles are full of vitamins, minerals, and essential acids. All of these work together to fight free radicals, and can help reduce inflammation, blood sugar levels, and blood pressure. Aids in digestion, the urinary tract also rheumatism and arthritis.

Oregano

US$2.43

Oregano

US$2.43

Has properties that act as an immune boost for rabbits. It contains Geraniol and Rosmarinic acid that work to protect against tumors and carcinogens. It's also anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial, helping rabbits to protect against infections.

Peppermint

US$2.07

Peppermint

US$2.07

Aids with digestion, gas, bloating.  Do not feed to a nursing mama is it can decrease milk supply.

High in fiber and excellent at helping to support normal digestive functions.

High in fiber and are very handy if you have a rabbit with a sensitive tummy or that needs tempting to eat.

Great source of Vitamin B6 (another bunny favorite!).

Rose Buds

US$2.91

Rose Buds

US$2.91

Anti-carcinogen and may aid in preventing the development of cancer. The petals can also aid in preventing infections, respiratory diseases, and they can help in calming a rabbit by reducing stress and anxiety.

Rosehips

US$2.13

Rosehips

US$2.13

Excellent source of vitamin C, support healthy immune system and prevents damage to capillaries which helps maintain a healthy vascular system.

Rosemary

US$1.63

Rosemary

US$1.63

Contains essential nutrients such as dietary fiber, protein, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B6, B9 calcium, iron, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, zinc, manganese, and copper.  Feed limited amounts per week.

Aids with GI problems by forming a "layer" on the stomach's lining.

Great source of Vitamin A

Contains some of essential nutrients including calcium, antioxidants, and vitamins A and K.  Feed limited amounts per week.

Thyme

US$1.95

Thyme

US$1.95

A great treatment for all digestive issues but is very good at treating diarrhea. It is also known to help expel worms.