Sepia (1 kg )(12 -15 cm)
Information about the product:
Sepia is the popular name for the carapace of the zeekatSepia officinalis, a squid in the summer generally occur along our coast. When these animals die and decompose, the porous carapaces come to the surface. Under the influence of current and wind wash them on.
Sepia consists of about 80 to 90 percent of aragonite, a form of lime.
It is used for various purposes. It is a white powder prepared from that one previously commonly used in particular as a high-quality polishing agent. In the pet trade is sea foam offered to meet the calcium needs of aviary birds, which hung shields also use their beaks to sharpen.
Until the 19th century, sea foam, as Ossa sepiae, widely used in medicine books mentioned as a remedy for many ailments ranging from skin rashes and eye to the venereal diseases.
In the Orient it is used as an aphrodisiac, a means for people, often wrongly, assumed that it stimulates the sexual drive
Size: 5-6 inches (12 to 15 cm)
Contents: 1 kg