Seachem StressGuard Aquarium Fish Antiseptic

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Product Summary:

Seachem StressGuard Aquarium Fish Antiseptic

The Seachem StressGuard Aquarium Fish Antiseptic is a premium slime coat protection product. This formulation will help reduce stress and ammonia toxicity caused due to handling or transporting fish. StressGuard™ binds to exposed protein in wounds to promote healing of injured fish and to reduce the likelihood of primary and secondary infections. The mix is compatible with all medications except those that are copper based, and is not amine based and will not interfere with Purigen® or HyperSorb™ regeneration.

Product Features:

·         Does not coat resins or clog filtration

·         Contains protein active colloids

·         StressGuard™ has a pH of 7.0

·         Will not affect the pH of an aquarium, even at large doses

·         Use 1/2 – 1 capful (2.5 – 5 mL) to every 40 L (10 gallons*) daily until signs of stress have abated or healing is complete

·         Dose may be safely doubled 

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Stress Guard is a must. Minor injuries and fin damage heal on their own without additional medications when I use Stress Guard. Stress Guard also helps to detox ammonia so is essential in my hospital tank (as many medications interfere with the nitrogen cycle (I don't depend on this alone to deal with the ammonia, however).

Stress Guard is a product I always have on hand -- When my back up bottle is opened, I order another.

Stress Guard may cost a bit more, but it is well worth it.
Judith D on Oct 2, 2014
Seachem products are the best. They do what they say!
LUCILLE Z on Jul 23, 2014