Effective new treatment for several forms of marine and freshwater Parasites, that can harm or kill your fish.
Extremely Effective to treat:
Ich causes white spots (like grains of salt) on the surface of the fish. It may also cause breathing problems, abnormal swimming, a layer of mucus and cloudy eyes.
Amyloodinium Ocellatum or Oodinium is a parasite that primarily attacks the gills. Symptoms include rapid respiration, lethargy, loss of appetite and color fading.
Brooklynella symptoms similar to Oodinium, but it also produces a heavy amount of slime. A thick whitish mucus covers the body, skin lesions appear and signs of secondary bacterial infections may arise.
Uronema Marinum symptoms include rapid breathing, flashing, color fading, weight loss and dehydration. The fins of infected fish become slightly opaque and appear brittle with frayed edges.
|Analysis: per 100 grams|
|Crude Protein||50% (33 grams)|
Storage: Keep Refrigerated at all times.
Active Ingredient: Chloroquine phosphate.
Exceptional Fresh Ingredients: Dr.G's Caviar MAX, Dr.G's Reef Essential Vitamins and Amino-acids (to boost immunity) and Garlic.
Made in the USA.
Warning: Not for Human Consumption. For Ornamental Aquarium use only. Keep out of reach of children.
To avoid any possibility of damage to invertebrates and corals, remove food that falls on corals with a turkey baster and use Dr.G's Chemical Filter and Phosphate Remover to remove any medication from the water that was not consumed.
The best vehicle to get medication into a fish is through their food, not through the water they swim in. Our unique formula provides the Anti-Parasitic efficiency of Chloroquine plus the premium nutritional value of Dr.G's Caviar MAX, made with the finest and freshest ingredients.
Dosage: Depending on your tank size, pour enough Medicated Caviar that should be consumed in 3-5 minutes, adjust portion accordingly. Do not over feed. To "Treat" Parasitic infections, use as regular food twice a day for up to 3 weeks. To "Prevent" Parasitic infections, use regular food every day for up to 3 weeks. Repeat when new fish are added to your system.