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Fish Bendazole Powder 250mg By Thomas Labs

Fenbendazole, in a powder form, salt water used as a worming agent in tropical fish Fish Bendazole is extremely effective in both saltwater environments. Can be used against the calamus worm. The only source for pure fenbendazole. Other brands are only 22% active.

Fenbendazole is used as a worming agent in tropical fish and is extremely effective in both fresh and salt water environments. It has replaced levamisole (Discomed) since the fish do not build a resistance to it. Fish Bendazole works so quickly that you will usually see worms protruding from infected fish within an hour!

Packaging comes in 3, 12, and 30 individual packets

DIRECTIONS: Mix one packet with approximately four (4) ounces OF FOOD and let soak for 30 minutes. Suggested Use: Can be used in a hospital tank for single fish or in main tank populated by fish only. Best used in combination with a fish antibacterial polymer to increase palatability and reduce loss of medication to water. treat for a 3 day duration with water changes and filtration between treatment.

Caution: For aquarium and ornamental fish only. not for human use. keep out of the reach of children. keep container tightly closed and in a cool dry place. not to be given to fish intended for food use.

The 36 count packets have been discontinued by the manufacturer and replaced with the 30 count packets. 

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Water Type

All Water Types


Thomas Labs

Treatment for

Bacterial Infections, Worms

Country/Region of Manufacture

United States

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