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Rajdeep_Banik
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 25, 2018 10:53 am Post subject: Using bay leaves Reply with quote

 Has  anybody  used  bay  leaves  (tej  patta)  in  aquarium?  Finding  almond  leaves  or  guava  leaves  in  cities  is  a  hard  task.  Bay  leaves  are  easily  availablle  in  kitchen  stores.  We  use  them  in  our  food  in  daily  basis.  Has  anyone  used  them  in  aquarium?
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 25, 2018 12:10 pm Post subject: Re: Using bay leaves Reply with quote

 Im  pretty  sure  bay  leaves  contain  something  toxic  and  that  is  the  main  reason  they  are  sold  as  leaves  and  not  powder  (so  we  don't  ingest  large  quantities).  I  would  stay  away  from  it.  Almond  tree  are  really  not  that  hard  to  find  in  cities  just  visit  the  nearest  park  or  go  to  the  nearest  army  cantonment.  I  think  you  can  use  even  jackfruit  leaves.  This  is  the  right  time  to  harvest  too  since  most  of  the  trees  have  shed  their  leaves.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 25, 2018 12:37 pm Post subject: Re: Using bay leaves Reply with quote

 Hi,
 
 You  can  buy  them  online  until  you  find  some  local  sources...
 
 IMO  bay  leaves  are  not  recommended,  they'll  release  oily  stuff  and  probably  do  more  harm  than  good...
 
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 26, 2018 10:04 am Post subject: Re: Using bay leaves Reply with quote

                                                   
Rajdeep_Banik  wrote  (View  Post):                
Has  anybody  used  bay  leaves  (tej  patta)  in  aquarium?  Finding  almond  leaves  or  guava  leaves  in  cities  is  a  hard  task.  Bay  leaves  are  easily  availablle  in  kitchen  stores.  We  use  them  in  our  food  in  daily  basis.  Has  anyone  used  them  in  aquarium?                

 
 Sir,  we  find  them  in  abundance  here  in  Bangalore  (Almong  leaves),  almost  fallen  on  the  roads  in  most  areas..  If  you  have  friends  here  in  Bangalore,  someone  can  just  courier  it  to  you..
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 26, 2018 12:16 pm Post subject: Re: Using bay leaves Reply with quote

 just  out  of  curiosity,  what  is  its  aquarium  use?
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 26, 2018 5:11 pm Post subject: Re: Using bay leaves Reply with quote

 Use  a  tea  bag  or  tea  leaves.  Pure  tea  leaves  with  out  any  additives.  Bay  leaves  is  not  useful.
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