||Pro Series anti-fungal medication for freshwater aquarium fish
||Effective treatment against fungus and secondary bacterial infections
||Pre-portioned, quick-dissolve powder means convenient fungus treatment
Professional series, anti-fungal medication for effective treatment of fungus and secondary bacterial infections. Pre-portioned packets contain Victoria Green B and Acriflavine in quick-dissolve powder form for convenient, mess-free application. Use Fungus Cure for the treatment of fungus, mouth fungus, body slime, eye cloud, and fin & tail rot. Contains 10 powder packets. Each packet treats 10 gallons. For use in freshwater aquariums. May discolor aquarium water green. Use activated carbon after treatment to remove discoloration.
3 mg of Victoria Green B and 30 mg of Acriflavine per packet.
Direction for Use:
For best results, remove activated carbon or filter cartridge from filter and continue aeration. For each 10 gallons of water empty one packet into aquarium. Repeat dose after 48 hours. Wait another 48 hours, then change 25% of the aquarium water and add fresh activated carbon or replace filter cartridge.
10 count power packets for Fungus Cure treats up to 100 gallons. Two doses required for full course of treatment.
Fungus: White, "cottony" tufts or patches appear on the mouth, skin, and fins. Fungus often starts with isolated pale or white patches on the skin. Left untreated, fungal infections spread rapidly across the whole body.
Mouth Fungus: Common bacterial infection that affects the mouth and other soft tissue. Fungus like in appearance with red periphery. If left untreated, severe erosion and lesions will develop.
Body Slime & Eye Cloud: Eyes develop a white haze and/or protrude from the head. Slimy patches appear on the body. Fish may scratch on objects and exhibit rapid breathing. Infection may cause abnormal osmotic function, resulting in fluid accumulation to the eyes and/or body.
Fin & Tail Rot: Fins appears ragged and split. In severe case s, fin and tail are almost completely eroded. Secondary fungal infections, observed as white, "cottony" growth commonly occur.