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Dennerle Humin Elixir 250ml for 1250l


SKU: LFX77825 Category:


Prepare your water similar to tropical water

Dennerle Humin Elixir is a mixture of valuable humic and fulvic acids for the biotope-compatible treatment of aquarium water. It inhibits harmful germs and prevents diseases. The elixir is also used for the successful keeping and breeding of fish and shrimps which are accustomed to humic substances from their natural home waters.

Creating natural habitat

The product creates species-appropriate water conditions as in the natural habitat and promotes balanced growth, health, vitality and colourfulness. The aquarium water does not get a disturbing yellow colouration. Dennerle Humin Elixir in particular facilitates the acclimatization and care of all fish from blackwater areas such as discus, neons, angelfish, dwarf cichlids and antenna catfish. The near-natural water conditions reduce stress. Humic and tanning substances strengthen the mucous membrane and thus reduce the risk of skin diseases. Humic elixir increases spawning pleasure and increases the hatching rate of clutches.

For healthy fish

Healthy fish, which feel well, show their full blaze of colour. The product protects the mucous membranes and gills of fish, the carapace and gills of shrimps and crabs. A binding of harmful heavy metals takes place when humin elixir is added. Furthermore, plant growth is promoted by reactivating nutrients (chelation). The product gently acidifies and stabilises the pH value.

Special advantage

Humic elixir contains mainly non- or weakly coloring humic and tanning agents. In contrast to many conventional peat preparations, the water does not get an optically disturbing brown colouring. The product is guaranteed free of phosphoric acid and hydrochloric acid.

According to the manufacturer, Humic Elixir has also proven to be an effective water care preparation for the breeding and keeping of demanding shrimp species such as Redbee, Crystal Red, and Taiwanbees.


Weekly 20 ml per 100 litres of aquarium water.

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