Fish Cycline Tetracycline Antibiotic 250mg Capsules
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The presence of bacteria and parasitic organisms is relatively common in both freshwater water fish and fish kept in household aquariums. The use of drugs and medications to treat these ailments is generally accepted as the most effective approach.
The Fish Cycline capsule brand IS NOT available at this time. We are
substituting Fish Tetracycline 250mg in place of the Fish Cycline capsules. The substitution Fish Tetracycline 250mg comes on blister
pack cards and is in capsule form. The country of origin is in Asia.
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Fish Cycline (Tetracycline) capsules exerts a bactericidal action on gram-positive and some gram-negative bacteria. Tetracycline is a broad spectrum bacterial antibiotic. It is effective against a number of pathogentic bacteria associated with ornamental fish diseases. Can use for pop-eye, fin or tail rot, gill disease, internal infections, and some parasites.
Tetracycline is used in the treatment of fish ailments, such as gill disease, popeye, red pest, and tail or fin rot. Tetracycline or Fish Cycline is considered effective against gram-negative bacterial infections.
Dosage & Administration
Add contents of one capsule (250 mg) into aquarium for each 10 gallons of water to be treated. Repeat in 24 hours. It is suggested that a partial water change be made between treatments. While treatment duration depends on type and severity of the infection, it is recommended that extended medication baths continue for a minimum of 5 days and not more than 10 days. Discontinue treatment with this medication if no improvement is noted within 5 days.