- API Medications
- API General Cure Bulk Canister (850g)
API General Cure Bulk Canister (850g)
*Treats 3270 us gallons (12,375L)
*Directions for Bulk Use: For each 20 gallons (75 L) of water add 1 scoop (1 tsp.). For larger systems, for each 240 gallons (908 L) of water add 12 scoops (4 Tbsp.), or for each 960 gallons (3,634 L) of water add one cup. Repeat dose after 48 hours. Wait another 48 hours then change 25% of the aquarium water and add AAP BIO-CHEM ZORB or fresh activated carbon.
*Alternative treatment for Clout, with less fish stress (especially for delicate fish), although not quite as strong
*General Cure Anti-Parasitic Fish Medication treats a wide variety of parasitic diseases including; Parasitic causes of hole-in-the-head disease (Hexamita), Gill & skin flukes (Dactylogyrus spp. & Gyrodactylus spp.), & some cases of Anchor Worm, Fish Lice, Planaria (Clout is generally more effective for Anchor Worms, Lice, & Planaria),
*Contains Metronidazole & Praziquantel
*For Both Freshwater & Saltwater
*Will not discolor water. Safe for use with live plants
General Cure can be used as a medicated fish food soak by using 1/2 a packet for an average 60 gallon bio load medicated fish preparation. Fish food should be soaked for 15 minutes.
After soak, pour entire contents into aquarium. (Additional medication can be added for a full tank treatment; for example with a 30 gallon aquarium, use 1/2 packet in the food soak and use the other half plus two more packets in the aquarium.)
The old standby product "Fungus Cure" has been discontinued.
Consider these better products for Fungus: "AAP PolyGuard" OR the combination of an AAP Medicated Wonder Shell & AAP Spectrogram
We have been using and testing API Medications professionally for years only selling the products from API that we know work best.
We also have copious amounts of researched information to back up our recommendation;
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