Oat seed or other cereal, depending on the time of year, and inert substrate, without the addition of any chemical inputs.
Katzi grass is recommended for dogs, cats, rodents, and humans, each with a specific function.
Make some small holes in the bottom of the box, place the lid as support, and then water the grass with 1 cup of coffee every 2 or 3 days. It grows in about 5 to 6 days, becoming ready for consumption. Leave it exposed to sunlight; the durability is around 15 days.
Grass for rodents is a nutritious addition to your pet's diet. It is also rich in green fibers, which regulate your little pet's digestive system.
Grass for cats has two functions.
First, it helps regulate the gastrointestinal system. Since they are carnivores, cats do not have enzymes that digest leaves, so they usually vomit them shortly after ingestion. This can eliminate something that was bothering them.
Second, it helps eliminate hairballs. During grooming, cats ingest hair, which should be eliminated in feces. However, due to the amount ingested and the cat's breed, this hair can accumulate in the stomach, requiring surgical intervention in extreme cases. Sometimes, hairballs are regurgitated, which can also cause gastrointestinal problems. Thus, the fibers of the grass, not degraded in the stomach, assist in the elimination of hair in the feces.
Grass for dogs has the function of regulating the gastrointestinal system. Like cats, dogs do not have enzymes that digest leaves and, therefore, use this method to induce vomiting and eliminate intestinal discomfort.
Katzi grass can be used as a source of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes, and fibers. It is used in detox juices and green juices.