BorneoWild Teak Leaves


Dried leaves, barks & seeds

In the natural habitats of shrimps, you can always find leaves that are dropped into the streams and water bodies. The leaves decompose over time, releasing its goodness of minerals, vitamins and at the same time, get munched on by the critters.

The leaves of the Teak tree (Tectona grandis) provides similar benefits of Indian Almond leaves but doesn't colour the tank water much. The teak leaves help enhance coloration of fishes, provides positive effects on scale strengthening. It also maintains water pH level and serve as natural antibiotic.

Benefits and Remedies: bite injuries, fungal diseases, hardening of scales, fin rot, color enhancement