Alrighty, I'm being a little impatient right now. I asked a few hours ago about garlic powder being used to soak Jungle Medicated Parasite Pellets in the Quick Question thread. Pewpewpew was the only person to answer me so far, so I wanted to see if I could get a more immediate response here.
I know the pellets can be soaked in garlic, but I was curious if garlic powder was alright since I don't know if there are any preservatives in it. The bottle does not list any ingredients, but none of the other bottles in the store did either, and I'm sure the companies producing them would be required to at least say if preservatives were used. My problem isn't an actual emergency at this point, so I don't want to clog Diseases & Emergencies with this.
Is garlic powder (mixed with treated tank water of course) ok to use for soaking food in?
My sister's female, Frog, has been battling parasites on and off for about a week and a half now so I want to try getting some of the medicines internally. I've been using the Jungle fizzies for parasites and they only work for about a day before she relapses. I changed out twice as much water as the recommended minimum between treatments (50% after each treatment). She's been treated at a full dosage 3 times with the fizzies and doesn't want to eat the medicated pellets.