Easy-Life Catappa-X Fish & Shrimp Health and Colour Booster
Available in 100, 250 & 500ml
Leaves from the Catappa tree are known to release healing substances when immersed in water; these substances have been shown to have positive effects on the health and colouration of fish and shrimp. Rather than using Catappa leaves that will eventually decompose and contaminate fish tank water, Catappa-X by Easy-Life is a liquid version of the leaf that mimics the natural healing effects.
Catappa-X will not discolour or contaminate your aquarium water and it lowers the bacterial count, which greatly reduces the chance of a disease breakout. Catappa-X allows fish and shrimps to flourish and have more vibrant colours.
Fish & shrimps will show more vibrant colours
Improves the general health of fish tank inhabitants
Does not turn the water brown
No extra organic contamination
It is recommended to use 10ml per 100 litres of water weekly. Key information More Information Model: EL-CATAPPA-
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