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Naturally Cats Dried Herb Garden for Elderly Cats
Naturally Cats Dried Herb Garden for Elderly Cats
Naturally Cats Dried Herb Garden for Elderly Cats
Naturally Cats Dried Herb Garden for Elderly Cats
Naturally Cats Dried Herb Garden for Elderly Cats
Naturally Cats Dried Herb Garden for Elderly Cats
Naturally Cats Dried Herb Garden for Elderly Cats
Naturally Cats Dried Herb Garden for Elderly Cats

Naturally Cats Dried Herb Garden for Elderly Cats

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Cats that usually select these remedies are suffering with joint, muscular pain or inflammation in the body/skin. 

You may notice they have restricted movement. This is a great garden for older or elderly cats.

The garden contains:

  • Organic Calendula flowers
  • Organic Chamomile flowers
  • Organic Lemon balm leaf
  • Organic Nettle leaf
  • Organic Peppermint leaf
  • Organic Violet leaf

Calendula and Lemon balm may both help to reduce inflammation in the body and support the immune system.   

Peppermint can have a cooling effect on the body and Nettle is full of trace minerals and nutrients, and may help reduce inflammation. 

A great garden to offer if your cat has had an accident, operation or is starting to move towards old age. 

If your cat does not select these remedies, you may want to try the Pain garden.

It has another selection of remedies that may support the body with healing physical issues.

How to set up your herb garden:

1: Put down a clean towel or blanket (one per cat)

2: Find a quiet space where the cat won't be disturbed

3: Let your cat investigate and be a part of preparing the space

4: Put a good sized pinch of a herb/flower in each corner

5: Sit back and let your cat enjoy the herb garden

6: Leave the garden down for 3-5 days (longer if possible)

7: Top with more herbs/flowers as needed

Signs of Self-Selection:

  • rubbing/rolling
  • licking/chewing/ingesting
  • sitting on or coving the herb/flower
  • playing
  • laying down/stillness
  • stretching/scratching
  • swallowing/drooling
  • yawning
  • closing eyes
  • nostrils flaring
  • slow, deep breathing