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Tortoise Leaf Mix 100g
Product code: 83227



Komodo Tortoise leaf mix 100g - complimentary tortoise nettle dandelion food | eBay

To help detoxify and strengthen a tortoise’s digestive system

Komodo’s Tortoise Leaf Mix combines Nettle and Dandelion leaves to help detoxify a tortoise and strengthen their digestive system.

Why Nettle?

Nettle is valued for its diuretic, purifying and detoxifying properties and can help prevent urine infections and improve the functioning of the pancreas, liver and stomach. It can also strengthen the immune system and increase blood oxygen levels.

Why Dandelion?

Dandelion helps to reduce the quantity of fluids in animals as well as lowering blood pressure and blood-sugar levels. Rich in magnesium dandelion is also helpful in treating urine infections and aids the functioning of the liver.

Warning: This is a complementary food. Herbal treatment should not be used as an alternative to seeking professional veterinary advice.

Tortoise Flower Mix 60g
Product code: 83228



Komodo Tortoise Flower Mix 60g - complimentary marigold, rose, sunflower food | eBay

To help diversify a tortoises diet and strengthen their immune system

Komodo’s Tortoise Flower Mix combines marigold flowers, rose and sunflower petals providing a fragrant, colourful addition to a tortoise’s diet as well as helping to strengthen their immune system.

Why Marigold?

Marigold has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties and is commonly used for strengthening the immune system.

Why Rose?

Dried rose petals provide a wealth of mineral elements and add a colourful and fragrant addition to a tortoises diet.

Why Sunflower?

Sunflower petals contain a number of vitamins that will help diversify a tortoises diet and are especially beneficial to the skin.

Warning: This is a complementary food. Herbal treatment should not be used as an alternative to seeking professional veterinary advice.

Nettle Leaf 100g
Product code: 83231



Komodo Nettle Leaf Mix 100g - complimentary reptile tortoise herbivore food | eBay

To help detoxify whilst strengthening the digestive and immune system.

Komodo’s Nettle Leaf is a complementary food to aid in supporting and strengthening the digestive and immune systems of a reptile.

Why Nettle?

Nettle is valued for its diuretic, purifying and detoxifying properties and can help prevent urine infections and improve the functioning of the pancreas, liver and stomach. It can also strengthen the immune system and increase blood oxygen levels.

Warning: This is a complementary food. Herbal treatment should not be used as an alternative to seeking professional veterinary advice.

Chamomile Flower 60g
Product code: 83232



Komodo Chamomile Flower Mix 60g - complimentary reptile tortoise herbivore food | eBay

To help reduce stress and treat infections

Komodo’s Chamomile Flower is a complementary food to aid in the all round health of a reptile specifically in helping to reduce stress and treat bacterial infections.

Why Chamomile?

Chamomile is well known to help reduce stress and anxiety in animals, especially in very stressful situations. The ability of the flower being able to relax tense muscles means it can also help facilitate digestion. Additionally Chamomile also show’s anti-inflammatory properties and can help in the treatment of bacterial infections.

Warning: This is a complementary food. Herbal treatment should not be used as an alternative to seeking professional veterinary advice.

Bearded Dragon Mix 80g
Product code: 83230



Komodo Bearded Dragon Mix 80g - complimentary dandelion rose marigold food | eBay

To help in the all-round health of a Bearded Dragon

Komodo’s specially selected mix of Dandelion Leaf, Marigold Flowers and Rose Petals has been developed to help in supporting the all-round health of a Bearded Dragon.

Why Dandelion?

Dandelion helps to reduce the quantity of fluids in animals as well as lowering blood pressure and blood-sugar levels. Rich in magnesium dandelion is also helpful in treating urine infections and aids the functioning of the liver.

Why Marigold?

Marigold has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties and is commonly used for strengthening the immune system.

Why Rose?

Dried rose petals provide a wealth of mineral elements and add a colourful and fragrant addition to a bearded dragon’s diet.

Warning: This is a complementary food. Herbal treatment should not be used as an alternative to seeking professional veterinary advice.

Tortoise Fruit Mix 80g
Product code: 83229



Komodo Tortoise Fruit Mix 80g - complimentary dandelion, stawberry aronia food | eBay

To help raise the level of vitamins in a tortoises diet

Combining Dandelion Leaf, Aronia Berries, Redcurrants and Strawberry’s, Komodo’s Tortoise Fruit Mix is ideal for providing additional vitamins and minerals as well aiding the digestive system.

Why Dandelion?

Dandelion helps to reduce the quantity of fluids in animals as well as lowering blood pressure and blood-sugar levels. Rich in magnesium dandelion is also helpful in treating urine infections and aids the functioning of the liver.

Why Aronia Berries?

Aronia berries (also known as Chokeberries) are a source of many vitamins, micronutrients, fibre and anthocyanins which help to neutralize the harmful action of free radicals in the body. They can also help regulate blood pressure.

Why Strawberry?

A real vitamin snack dried strawberries are full of vitamin C and a range of B vitamins, as well as providing essential support to the digestive system helping to prevent constipation.

Why Redcurrant?

Redcurrants are a valuable and tasty snack which are rich in potassium.

Warning: This is a complementary food. Herbal treatment should not be used as an alternative to seeking professional veterinary advice.
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