Herbs & Stalks For Rabbits

Herbs And Stalks For Rabbits: Flavourful Additions For A Healthy Diet

At Just4rabbits, we believe herbs and stalks are an important part of a well-rounded diet for your rabbits. That’s why we carefully select and curate the finest dried herbs and stalks to provide your bunny with variety, great taste, and key nutrients.

Our herbs and stalks provide supplemental vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and anti-inflammatory benefits. They also add delicious variety and appeal to entice even picky eaters.

Browse our hand-picked herbs and stalks to find new ways to support your rabbit’s health and happiness:

Herbs & Stalks

Celery Stalks

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Coriander Stalks

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Herbs & Stalks

Dill Stalks

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Parsley Stalks

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Celery Stalks: Crunchy Nutrition

Crunchy celery stalks make for a satisfying chew that provides key vitamins and minerals.

  • Rich in vitamins K, A, and C, plus folate, potassium and sodium.
  • Dried celery stalks can promote healthy teeth in rabbits by providing abrasive chewing.

Chervil Stalks: For Delicate Digestions

The delicate, anise-like flavour of chervil makes it a soothing option for rabbits with sensitive stomachs.

  • Contains vitamins C, E, A, and K, plus magnesium, calcium, and potassium.
  • Traditionally used to aid digestion in sensitive rabbits.

Dill Stalks: Calming Nutrition

Dill’s mild grassy taste and calming properties make it a nutritious way to ease stress in rabbits.

  • Provides antioxidants like flavonoids, plus vitamin C, calcium, and iron.
  • Dill has calming properties that can help reduce stress in rabbits.

Parsley Stalks: Bursting With Vitamin K

Parsley stalks pack a powerful punch of vitamin K along with other key nutrients.

  • Excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin C, and antioxidant flavonoids.
  • Boosts urinary health and freshens rabbit’s breath.

Coriander Stalks: A Flavourful, Nutrient-Dense Snack

Coriander stalks provide a tasty burst of flavour along with an array of essential nutrients.

  • Distinct herbaceous aroma and flavour rabbits often enjoy.
  • Rich in antioxidants, vitamins A, K, and C.
  • Contain fibre to support healthy digestion.

Mixed Stalks – Parsley, Dill & Coriander

A mixed stalk medley allows your rabbit to enjoy a diverse blend of flavours and textures.

  • Provides a medley of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
  • Allows your rabbit to enjoy a variety of flavours and textures.

Lemon Balm – Cut: Soothe And Relax

Lemon balm’s citrusy aroma and relaxing properties make it helpful for reducing stress in rabbits.

  • Contains antioxidants, flavonoids, plus B vitamins and potassium.
  • Traditionally used to reduce stress, anxiety, and gastrointestinal issues.

Rosewood Naturals Harvest Festival

Rosewood’s Harvest Festival blend provides balanced nutrition alongside a mix of tempting textures and flavours.

  • A blend of timothy grass, oat tops, herbs, veggies, and fruits.
  • Provides balanced nutrition along with tasty variety.

Green Oat Forage: A Change Of Pace

Green oat forage offers a change in taste and texture from traditional hay while delivering key nutrients.

  • Rich in vitamin E, calcium, iron, and beta carotene.
  • Varying taste and high in crude fibre.

Dried Carrot Tops: Bursting With Beta Carotene

Dried carrot tops are an excellent way to provide vitamin A for healthy vision, immunity, skin, and fur.

  • Excellent source of vitamin A from beta carotene.
  • Aid vision, support the immune system, and promote skin and coat health.

Herbs And Stalks For Rabbits: Your Questions Answered

Safe herbs include parsley, mint, basil, dill, oregano, and coriander. Introduce new herbs slowly and watch for any gastric distress.

Rabbits should avoid toxic herbs like garlic, onion, chives, and large amounts of cumin or cinnamon.

Dandelion, clover, chamomile, lavender, and marigold flowers can be fed. Safe herbs include parsley, dill, basil, mint, lemon balm and oregano.

Dried parsley, mint, oregano, dill and basil are safe for rabbits. Thyme, rosemary and sage can also be fed in very small quantities.

Limit herbs to a teaspoon 2-3 times per week. Overfeeding herbs may cause loose stools or stomach upset.

Yes, parsley is an excellent herb for rabbits. Thyme can also be given in very small amounts (1 sprig) 2-3 times per week.

Yes, dried stalks, stems, roots and wood branches can be good for helping wear down a rabbit’s continuously growing teeth.

Bring Out Your Bunny’s Inner Gourmet: 5 Tips For Using Herbs & Stalks

Introduce new herbs slowly and watch closely for any negative reactions. Start with small amounts and gradually increase over 2-3 weeks as tolerated.

Herbs like parsley, mint, oregano and basil can provide vitamins A, C, K, plus minerals like calcium, potassium and iron. They also supply antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds that support health.

Crunchy stalks like celery satisfy natural chewing urges in rabbits while providing texture diversity. They can also supply key nutrients like vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.

Dried herbs and stalks add tantalizing flavour, aroma, colour and texture variety to entice picky eaters. They bring complexity versus just hay and greens. Be cautious with very aromatic herbs like oregano due to potential gastrointestinal irritation.

Limit total dried herb intake to 1-2 teaspoons (may depend on the size of your rabbit) 2-3 times per week. Overfeeding herbs and stalks to rabbits may cause loose stools or other digestive upset. Stick to appropriate serving sizes.