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Old 07-28-2010, 03:35 PM   #11 
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i treated about 5 fishes with tetracycline mix togather with fungus eliminator by jungle + aquarium salt. I found out about this medications mix from fish guy at local pet store.

1.2 years ago i treated betta with tail rot . Fish completely recovered. He got rot 2 times though.when iwas treating him i used medications longer than one cycle.

I also treated fish with ''columnaris'' + the same medications. Fish completely recovered.it was september/2009.

Also i treated betta wiht other symptoms with the same medications and it's helped.

Tetracycline u can find in any pet store . fungus eliminator not every store has it. My store just ordered it for me,and then they put it on their shelves.

it is very good mix and i recommended it to all betta holders.
How do you make the mix? can you include instructions?

or do you just mix the recommended dosages together in the tank?

Are you talking about the jungle fungus fizzy tabs?

I'm asking because Genie still hasn't healed. =[ Either I've made him immune to my current process or he's a secret tail-biter. =/
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Old 07-28-2010, 03:37 PM   #12 
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They sell betta first aid kit's if you want one, but good things to have are.
1)Fresh water aquarium salt.... Salt helps prevent parasitic diseases...
2)Methylene Blue...... Many pet stores add this to the containers they sell Bettas in. It is good in fighting fungal infections and sometimes helps treat Ich. Methylene Blue is also used to help sterilize aquarium equipment.....
3)Antibiotics...... The problem with this is, each antibiotic treats one kind of bacterial infection. So when buying antibiotics You should get a couple of each kind...
4)Indian Almond Leaves.... Not only does this put the betta in his most natural enviroment, it help to make his scales tougher. So he has less chances of getting cuts and scrapes that can turn into a nightmare... Plus it is a water conditioner, and can lower PH levels..
WHere can I get a betta first aid kit? And Methylene blue?
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Methylene Blue:
https://www.fosterandsmithaquatics.c...22&pcatid=4822
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