Teas from Greywood Manor

Written By: B.D. Butler - Oct• 26•15

7aFirstly I am sitting here in our bird room, looking around and realizing how blessed we are. Parrot Earth started with a simple blog that has become so much more. People are reading my experiences into my journey into aviculture and are getting something out of it. To be honest, the parrot earth blog started out as my own sounding board and I wanted to put it out there, so maybe someone could relate with adopting or rehoming an older bird.  Granted Dexter was that “old” when I got him, but he had some baggage.  Together we have grown leaps and bounds, parrot earth has become the website it is from the support of the readers.  Parrot Earth is the source of good quality information, of which I originally wished was out there when I began.  It’s truly become the “Ultimate Companion for The Parrot Owner”.

Now, we at Parrot Earth are so very happy to announce the newest journey in Parrot Earth’s expansion.  Greywood Manor Tea & Provisions is a new tea company that we have formed with your pets in mind.  Yes, I said pets, not just birds.  When we got together with Jason Crean and collaborated on these tea mixes, we realized that bird owners own many more companion animals than just birds.  Chickens, pigs, rodents, guinea pigs, reptiles are just a few of the new line of teas we are offering along with our avian line.

teabagYou may be saying “Tea for my pets?”, yeah you read that correctly.  I originally did a “Chats” interview with Jason Crean and we talked about his experience with teas and a holistic approach to avian care.  I fell in love with this concept, not only because eastern medicine has used teas as a holistic treatment for centuries, but because they are principles, I have seen work.  I’ve been asked “where are the studies” to support these findings?  My response, “show me the studies on broccoli, kale, quinoa, or the many other ingredients we as bird owners feed in chop, mash or vegetable diets”. In life we have to think outside the box and some of the greatest concepts and ideas in life all took one person taking the first step.

Where do animals drink in the wild?  Puddles.  Puddles that have run off foliage, plants trees, grasses…. you get the point.  These puddles are an essential collection of nutritious oils, enzymes, minerals and other nutritious vitamins.  So why not offer your companion the opportunity to have a concentration of essential nutrition that they would otherwise consume in the wild?

Hyacinth_macaw_drinking_at_small_water_holeThe greatest thing about adding teas to your bird or other animal’s diet is the sheer fact its common sense science.  You don’t have to have a degree in biology to see the benefits from tea or other organic ingredients.  You just have to believe in the power of mother nature and look at another spectrum of health maintenance.  It’s really that simple.  We have formulated blends for your birds who have inflammation, skin and feather conditions, need daily immune boosting, need a bit of help during the hormonal times of the year, just to name a few.  

Our teas are designed to be brewed, some can be brewed and sprayed, some can be fed in daily diets, dry.  It all depends on the formula, and your animals.  For more information on our product, please visit Greywood Manor and take a look.  

Tea from Greywood Manor, may just be the thing that your pet’s wellness is missing.  After all, your animals are worth it. 

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3 Comments

  1. Sue M says:

    Best of luck on your new endeavor! I’m looking forward to receiving my first order, which I know from my sample will be relished by my feathered friends.

    I wish you much success!

  2. jackie says:

    Did you get my email I sent you with a bunch of questions about the tea that I bought at the expo?

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