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Medic Parasite Treatment - PolypLab

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250335
$36.99

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Polyplab Medic is a highly effective antiparasitic water conditioner used to de-pollute water in both marine and freshwater environments. It contains a reef-safe oxidizing agent and is particularly effective against Marine Ich, Freshwater Ich, and Marine Velvet.

 

Unlike other medications, Polyplab Medic will not harm invertebrates or disrupt your beneficial bacterial colony. It also targets the free-swimming stage in parasite development, an important factor that most products on the market seem to miss.

 

Features

  • Reef-safe formula
  • Buffered to maintain physiological pH
  • Effective against Marine Ich, Freshwater Ich, and Marine Velvet
  • Does not harm invertebrates or nitrifying bacteria

 

Directions for Use: Use one level scoop of Medic for every 190L (50 Gallons) of your system volume twice per day. For serious problems, use (3) level scoops for every 190L (50 Gallons) of your system volume. Add once in the morning and once in the evening. Continue to Add for 10 days up to a maximum of 20 days.



Note: Do not use ozone and carbon during the treatment. Protein skimmers can be run as normal. UV filters can be used one hour after dosing. Even if symptoms improve, continue adding the product for the minimum entire course (10 days). Once complete, run granular activated carbon for 2-3 days. 

 

What’s Included?

1x 33g / 30mL bottle of PolypLab Medic

More Information
Product Name Medic Parasite Treatment - PolypLab
SKU 250335
UPC 19962013904
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Product Questions

Can you overdose this product?
Question by: Henry Tate on Nov 19, 2021, 2:22 AM
Hello. Yes, as with most aquarium additives, Medic Parasite Treatment can be overdosed. We recommend following all product label dosing instructions.
Answer by: William Glenn (BRS Staff) on Dec 13, 2021, 6:19 PM