Fish Bendazole dewormer from Thomas Labs
Fish Bendazole is effective against common organisms such as Planaria, Camallanus, Aiptasia anemones, and more, it is one of the fastest and most effective agents against aquatic parasites and other dangerous rogue organisms.
Our scaled friends have a lot of hard work to do, always swimming around and pumping water—it’s a full-time job. But how are they able to do that when they’re being slowed down by invasive pests like infectious worms or invasive anemones? These creeping critters eat your fish’s food, and they can be incredibly difficult to get out of an aquarium. Unless you use Fish Bendazole from Thomas Labs. This highly effective anti-parasitic fish medication is designed to remove worms and other parasites from fresh and saltwater aquariums. It removes these pests from the environment and from within the fish themselves! This incredible, fish-friendly medication works well on parasites such as Planaria worms, Camallanus worms, Aiptasia anemones, and many more. By choosing Fish Bendazole from Thomas Labs, you won’t just be removing these unwanted guests from your fish and their environment, but you’ll also be making it more difficult for them to re-establish an infestation in the future. That’s exactly why Fish Bendazole from Thomas Labs is your best choice and your fish’s best friend.
Active Ingredients (in each packet):
Directions for Use:
Administer 1 packet (250 mg) with approximately 4 ounces of food and let soak for 30 minutes. It’s suggested to use tank water to wet the food, allowing the absorption of Fish Bendazole. Use for a 3-day duration with water changes and filtration between treatments. For aquarium and ornamental fish only. Do not use in tanks with desired starfish, snails, anemones, Cnidarians, mushrooms, or corals as it will have a negative effect and possibly cause death.
For aquarium and ornamental fish only. Not for human use. This product should not be given to fish intended for human consumption. Keep out of the reach of children and animals. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately.
Storage: Keep container tightly closed and in a cool, dry place.