Tropical water treatment

Humin Elixier

Extracts of oak bark, alder cones and catappa leaf

 

  • Mixture of valuable humic and fulvic acids for habitat-appropriate treatment of aquarium water
  • Inhibits harmful germs, prevents diseases
  • For the successful husbandry and breeding of fish and shrimps that are used to humic substances in their native waters
  • Creates species-appropriate water conditions like those in the natural habitat
  • Promotes balanced growth, health, vitality and vibrant colours
  • The aquarium water does not take on an unsightly yellow colour

Makes it especially easy to acclimatise and care for all fish from black water regions, such as discus, neons, scalars, dwarf cichlids and long-whiskered catfish. The water conditions like those in nature reduce stress. Humic and tannic substances strengthen the mucous membrane and therefore reduce the risk of skin diseases. Humin Elixir increases spawning and hatching rates. Healthy fish that feel good display their vibrant colouring in all its glory.

 

  • Promotes reproduction, provides the best conditions for successful breeding
  • Promotes beneficial bacteria
  • Protects the mucous membrane and gills of fish
  • Protects the shell and gills of shrimps and crayfish
  • Binds harmful heavy metals
  • Promotes plant growth by reactivating nutrients (chelation)
  • Has a slightly acidifying effect and stabilises the pH value
  • Particular advantage: Humin Elixir contains humic and tannic substances that only have a weak colouring effect or none at all. In contrast with many conventional peat products the water does not take on an unsightly brown colour. Guaranteed free from phosphoric acid and hydrochloric acid.

Tip:

Humin Elixir has proven to be an effective water maintenance product even when breeding and caring for demanding shrimp species such as Red Bee, Crystal Red, and Taiwan Bees. 

Item no.ContentsSufficient for
1672250 ml1.250 litres
1673500 ml2.500 litres
  • Dosage / application

    20 ml in 100 litres of aquarium water, weekly.

    For increased requirements: up to 40 ml in 100 litres of aquarium water.

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