✔ SYMPTOMS OF FIN ROT — More common in uncycled tanks and small bowls, fin rot begins to eat away a betta fish’s beautiful fins. Be careful not to confuse fin rot with fin biting, tearing or splitting. They are caused by physical injury from boredom, fighting or snagging sharp decor. If your betta has fin rot, you will specifically see white, red or black edges on the deteriorating fins.
✔ MIRACLE LEAVES KEEP BETTA IN A HEALTHY STATE — Fin rot, sometimes called fin melt or tail rot, is fairly common. It is caused by things that exist in your aquarium water. These undesirables start becoming a menace when your betta has a weak growth or when you are raising a vulnerable fry. You can keep your betta fish in optimal health by adding these phenomenal leaves.
✔ OTHER MEDICATION NOT REQUIRED — If you spot fin rot before it gets too severe, you can attempt to remove the illness using wholesome Indian almond leaves. Catappa leaves help your betta fish to get in better shape faster. It is best to keep catappa leaves in your tank because once fin rot becomes too bad, it will require medication.
✔ SPEED UP THE BREEDING PROCESS — Although bettas are generally interactive fish, they do enjoy a little alone time once in a while. The pack of 50 catappa leaves from SunGrow can provide shelter when placed on the bottom of your betta tank. Your pet fish will love to swim behind and under the leaves to take a rest or a nap. The leaves are also a great place for breeding betta to spawn their eggs.
✔ CONTAINS HIGHLY BENEFICIAL COMPOUNDS — Once the catappa leaves, also referred to as ketapang leaves, are fully saturated with water, their beneficial compounds begin to work. These compounds cause your aquarium water to darken and have tons of beneficial supplements that relax your betta fish and helps aid in a long, healthy life. These compounds are similar to those needed to treat fin melt.
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