Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Staten Island, NY
So, I've been surfing the internet for plant stuff when I come across a bamboo charcoal shelter for shrimp. Aside from the obvious benefits to shrimp, the seller claims that this piece of bamboo improves the water quality by adding minerals.
Am I missing something? This sounds too good to be true. Okay, as charcoal, it'll absorb impurities and other chemicals you don't want. Depending on which seller you look at, bamboo charcoal can supposedly also add minerals, absorb (electromagnetic) radiation, give off good radiation and releases negative ions (for a refreshing effect).
Any clarifications are greatly appreciated.