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No-ich

Discussion in 'Fish Disease & Treatment' started by kaseykagan, Apr 11, 2006.

  1. kaseykagan

    kaseykagan New Member

    Have anyone ever heard of, or used this product? It is a Marine Aquaria product that states it is safe with invertebrates, corals and anomones. It can be used in Reef Tanks. It is produced by FishVet Inc. Dayton OH. Active ingredient 5-Nitroimidazoles.
  2. unleashed

    unleashed New Member

    Originally Posted by kaseykagan
    Have anyone ever heard of, or used this product? It is a Marine Aquaria product that states it is safe with invertebrates, corals and anomones. It can be used in Reef Tanks. It is produced by FishVet Inc. Dayton OH. Active ingredient 5-Nitroimidazoles.
    ive seen the product site online thats about it.
  3. kaseykagan

    kaseykagan New Member

  4. lion_crazz

    lion_crazz New Member

    I have seen it sold also, but I have never used it.
    I would suggest Stop Parasite as a reef safe med. If you can't find that, use Kick Ich. Both are reef safe and probably the 2 most effective out there.

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