Dewormer

Teraa Dewormer stands as a highly effective treatment designed specifically for ornamental fishes combating internal parasites such as roundworms, hookworms, and nematodes. Witness the transformation in your fish as they exhibit enhanced colors, improved growth, and an overall healthier appearance.

Key Benefits:

  1. Effective Deworming: Teraa Dewormer is tailored to effectively treat internal parasites, ensuring the well-being of your ornamental fish.
  2. Vibrant Colors: Experience an enhancement in the colors of your fish, adding vibrancy to their appearance.
  3. Improved Growth: The deworming action contributes to improved growth, promoting the vitality of your ornamental species.
  4. Biofilter and Invertebrate Friendly: Teraa Dewormer has been formulated to preserve the health of your biofilter and invertebrates, ensuring a balanced aquatic ecosystem.
  5. Focused Action: While addressing internal parasites, this dewormer does not impact internal bacterial infections. For bacterial issues, consider Teraa Anti Bacterial.

Elevate the health and vitality of your ornamental fish with Teraa Dewormer, a specialized solution crafted for effective deworming without compromising the delicate balance of your aquarium ecosystem. Witness the difference in your fish’s well-being today!

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Ingredients: Active ingredient levamisole hydrochloride
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Size: 50ml
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: Mixing with Feed: Dosage: 1 drop for every 10 mg of feed. Calculation: For 1000 mg or 1 gm of feed, mix with 100 drops. Measurement: 1 drop equals 1/20 ml, and 20 drops make 1 ml. Dosing in Water: Day 1: Add 0.1 ml per liter of water. Day 2: Conduct a 50% water change. Day 15: Repeat the initial dosage (Day 1) and follow with another 50% water change. Additional Recommendations: If no new fish are introduced, consider repeating this cycle after 180 days. For new fishes, it's advisable to treat them in a dedicated hospital tank for optimal results. These guidelines ensure precise and effective administration, promoting the well-being of your aquatic companions.

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