Indian Almond Bark great for simulating black water condition.
We have always used Indian Almond Bark as well as Indian Almond Leaves for conditioning and care of our Bettas. It is believed to aid the fish in a number of ways, increasing fertility, health, and vigour. Reduce's Ph in water, an aids in the recovery of diseased/damaged fish and the tannin quickly colours the water.
The Indian Almond Bark is ideal for betta, discus, gouramis, killiefish, tetras, arrowana’s, angelfish, South American dwarf cichlids, corys, plecos, some rasboras some cat-fishes and crustaceans, shrimps just love to chew on them. They can also be placed in a vivarium to give your frogs, snails, spiders and snakes a more natural look.
After we have gathered the Indian Almond Bark it is stored in our dry room. The Indian Almond Bark is then gently washed, we then sun dry the Indian Almond bark, the Indian Almond bark is then boxed and stored. When we get a order we then un-box the Indian Almond bark and clean it once again, using a soft brush, making sure there are no signs of dust, small insects/eggs, seeds, soil, mould or moisture. We then bag the Indian Almond bark into clear plastic bags and box them ready for shipping. We use sturdy boxes provided by the thai post office...these boxes cannot be sealed. They have a lip that slots into a flap on the side of the box. String is then tied around the box to stop the box from opening in transit. We state on the box and the package the contents. (eg. Aquatic Goods : 100 Dried Indian Almond Leaves " Terminalia Catappa"). Customs seem to be happy with this way of posting as all customs have to do is untie the string and check the contents. If ok they retie the string and send the parcel to customer. Todate, we have only had 2 of our parcels stopped...both where in Australia....1st time I had put a 1 instead of 11 in a customers address....2nd time one parcel was confiscated by AQIS due to leaves having traces of dirt on them...in both cases leaves where replaced free of charge.
Price includes shipping via airmail from Thailand to the address of your choice. Upon confirmation of payment through PayPal, the leaves will be dispatched via airmail usually taking 10 - 14 working days. We will also send via email attachment, 2 pictures of the leaves boxed and unboxed and a copy of the post office receipt to confirm postage.
We are members of several tropical fish forums and have supplied the leaves to customers in Australia, U.S.A., Canada, Europe, South Korea and Japan.
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