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Calcium Montmorillonite (bentonite) Clay | Aquarium Products

Calcium Montmorillonite (bentonite) Clay for shrimp/fish *** Must have

Calcium Montmorillonite (bentonite) Clay is a “living” smectite clay that has been used in hobby and farm ponds for many years. It’s packed with upwards of 60 bio-available minerals and trace...

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Calcium Montmorillonite (bentonite) Clay is a “living” smectite clay that has been used in hobby and farm ponds for many years. It’s packed with upwards of 60 bio-available minerals and trace elements, plus anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-parasite properties.

Montmorillonite Clay is one of the secrets of champion Koi, Arowana, Discus, Guppy, and other fish breeders, who report:

  • Improved color
  • Healthier skin, scales and skeletal system
  • Improved immunity, including disease & parasite resistance
  • Increased egg production
  • Less deformities
  • Increased fry survival rate
  • Enhanced growth rates
  • Larger fish
  • Stronger and larger fins with improved resistance to splitting
  • Increased lifespan
  • Water Clarifier & Conditioner 

Scientific studies for aquaculture have supported these claims, reporting:

  • Improved digestion and nutrient absorption
  • Support of intestinal microflora
  • Anti-bacterial activity in vivo
  • Larger fish when Montmorillonite Clay is supplemented, even when fed less food
  • A study by the Yobe State Aquaculture college concluded that Montmorillonite clay can completely replace a mineral/vitamin premix in catfish fingerling diets with no adverse effect on growth. The substitution also improved skin quality of the test subjects after only three weeks of feeding.
  • Organs are protected from heavy metal damage
  • Protection from Mycotoxin and other toxins

Mollies, B. striata, P. siamensis, and a Swordtail dine on Buggy Bottom Bites fish food containing Calcium Montmorillonite Clay in our aquarium.

This all comes as no surprise when you consider that clays constitute a large part of sediment in oceans and other bodies of water. It’s a critical part of the natural habitat and ecosystem of fish that has been lacking in captivity.

Directions: 

Place 1 small scoop into 25-30 liters of water on water change day. 

Contents: 25g

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