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Re: air cleaner/right, no oil on bird

Posted by Randy on 11/27/08
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    On 10/27/08, GreyLady wrote:
    > Perhaps I should have been more clear. The Red Palm Oil is a
    > dietary supplement to be added to certain foods. It is definitely
    > not something to put on the outside of the bird. Nuts from the
    red
    > palms are a staple in their diet in the wild and is very good for
    > them, diet wise. The only thing safe to do from the outside is to
    > mix some pure aloe juice in their bath water. And that means,
    > straight from the plant, not an over the counter product with aloe
    > in it. Those products have other ingredients as well and can be
    > toxic if they preen it off. Pure aloe, on the other hand, is as
    > good for their inside as their outside. I hope this clears it
    up.
    > GL

    """"The only thing safe to do from the outside is to
    mix some pure aloe juice in their bath water. And that means,
    straight from the plant, not an over the counter product with aloe
    in it. """""

    Pure aloe juice can't be taken from any aloe plant. The only thing a
    plant contains is aloe gel. The only way to get aloe juice is to
    purchase it. All aloe juice is pure because of it's primary use.
    It's for people who have digestive and intestional problems. Doctors
    have been recommending it to their patients for years. There is no
    advertising concerning the use of the juice on birds. Info about the
    benefits to birds was accidently discovered. The product isn't
    advertised in any bird books because it's not a bird product. Use of
    this product on birds was circulated by word of mouth over a long
    period of time. It's still not talked about in bird books.