Biobizz Acti Vera 500ml
Acti·Vera has been designed to protect the immune system, increase metabolism and enhance nutrient absorption in all sorts of plants.
The Dutch family at Biobizz were sitting around a coffee table smoking a pipe and thought, “Aloe vera is great for the skin? What would it do to plants?” And in that moment Biobizz Acti Vera was born.
After all, aloe vera is healthy (natural), fresh (it’s a plant), has antibacterial properties, is cleansing, can be detoxing, and is the number one beauty ingredient for skincare. So, after rigorous research, sometimes just rubbing into their own skin pores, trying out the best combination of ingredients, which included some real humdingers, the team settled on the final product, which was Biobizz Acti Vera.
So, what makes this special in the Biobizz range? We’ll tell you what’s special!
Plants for Plants!
In the entire Biobizz range of products, most of the ingredients are derived from the ground or the sea. But when the Dutch family decided to create Acti Vera, they made a new product that comes ‘out of a plant, for a plant’. Its cannibalism! But it works! And no, please don’t quote Silence of the Lambs. Just don’t…
“It rubs the nutrients on its leaves or it gets the hose again! Plant!”
Now, why would you choose this product?
Why choose Biobizz Acti Vera?
Biobizz Acti Vera makes plants stronger and healthier, both inside and out. That’s a bonus! It protects and activates the immune system, increases germination and plant metabolism – breaking down sugars and enhancing nutrient absorption. It really is a fantastic natural power product for plants – and it’s 100% vegan… Not sure if that’s a bonus in this case.
Anyway! How does one use this wonder product!
How to use it?
Acti Vera is very versatile. It can be used indoors and out, on food crops, plantations, perennials, and ornamental plants during the vegetative and flowering phase to stimulate growing and blooming. Biobizz recommends a dose of 5ml of Acti Vera per 1 litre of water for watering from a can, or 1-2 ml per litre of water as a foliar spray.