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  1. Hi KokoNuts, I was looking for 10g of Praziquantel powder and couldn't find it on the Internet. I ended up emailing a factory that produces it in China - min. order 10g. I see 50g (treats 5000 gallons) for sale on Amazon, but no less. I may call my cat vet and try to make a deal.
  2. We recommend the use of prazi to treat the various forms of flukes (e.g., gill, skin, liver) and worms (e.g., tape, flat) that invariably can be found on/in goldfish, especially recently purchased goldfish from nonbreeders. As part of a quarantine procedure, the use of prazi (several doses) is highly recommended. Prazi comes in two forms: powdered or liquid. I have only used the powdered form and have received very good results. I periodically retreat my main tank with one dose when introducing a new fish that has gone through quarantine. Here are some online stores that offer the powdered prazi: 25 grams $35USD http://www.waterford...-Meds-p-73.html 25 grams $32.95USD http://www.webbsonli...gory/Aqua-Prazi 10 grams $26USD http://www.aquaart.c...tions.html#APZI (prazi pond plus) http://www.koi-pond-...ipond-plus.html 25 grams $43USD https://www.amazon.com/Prazi-Treatment-Fluke-Parasite-grams/dp/B00RPTHOFI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1470934369&sr=8-1&keywords=aqua+prazi I don't know if these online stores ship outside of the US. For those of you who are outside of the US, please include links to online stores that ship to/within your country. Thanks!
  3. Good evening everyone! I've treated my fish for flukes with sera tremazol since I can't get my hands on hikari prazi pro. Since a new fish member will arrive next week I'd like to know how to dose sera tremazol during QT and if I can use sera with the schedule posted by dnalex. According to my researches: sera tremazol = praziquantel 7,47 g per 100 ml hikari prazi pro = oxybispropanol (as an inert solubilizing agent) and <5% praziquantel by weight Thank you for your help!
  4. Here are two different schedules for treatment of certain external parasites with Praziquantel. There is no particular preference over one or the other. The schedules extend to 6 rounds, which is the optimum. PRAZIQUANTEL PROTOCOLS A. FIVE DAY ROUNDS Day 1: Big WC (>50%), add Prazi. Make sure salt is at the appropriate concentration. This is the beginning of Round 1. Day 5: Big WC (>50%), replace salt, but do not add Prazi. This is the end of Round 1. Day 6: Big WC (>50%), replace salt, and add Prazi. This is the start of Round 2. Day 10: Big WC (>50%), replace salt, but do not add Prazi. This is the end of Round 2. Day 11: Big WC (>50%), replace salt, and add Prazi. This is the start of Round 3. Day 15: Big WC (>50%), replace salt, but do not add Prazi. This is the end of Round 3. Day 16: Big WC (>50%), replace salt, and add Prazi. This is the start of Round 4. Day 20: Big WC (>50%), replace salt, but do not add Prazi. This is the end of Round 4. Day 21: Big WC (>50%), replace salt, and add Prazi. This is the start of Round 5. Day 25: Big WC (>50%), replace salt, but do not add Prazi. This is the end of Round 5. Day 26: Big WC (>50%), replace salt, and add Prazi. This is the start of Round 6. Day 30: Big WC (>50%), replace salt, but do not add Prazi. This is the end of Round 6. This is enough for 6 rounds, should you need to go out that far. Some reminders: Prazipro should only have salt to 0.1% if you are using regular dose. If double dosing Prazipro, you can raise salt to 0.3%. If you are using Prazi powder or tablets, then salt is at 0.3%. A. SEVEN DAY ROUNDS Day 1: Big WC (>50%), add Prazi. Make sure salt is at the appropriate concentration. This is the beginning of Round 1. Day 2: Add another dose of Prazi. We routinely double dose with Prazi for the first round in this protocol. Day 5: Big WC (>50%), replace salt, but do not add Prazi. This is the end of Round 1. Day 8: Big WC (>50%), replace salt, and add Prazi. This is the start of Round 2. Day 12: Big WC (>50%), replace salt, but do not add Prazi. This is the end of Round 2. Day 15: Big WC (>50%), replace salt, and add Prazi. This is the start of Round 3. Day 19: Big WC (>50%), replace salt, but do not add Prazi. This is the end of Round 3. Day 22: Big WC (>50%), replace salt, and add Prazi. This is the start of Round 4. Day 26: Big WC (>50%), replace salt, but do not add Prazi. This is the end of Round 4. Day 29: Big WC (>50%), replace salt, and add Prazi. This is the start of Round 5. Day 33: Big WC (>50%), replace salt, but do not add Prazi. This is the end of Round 5. Day 36: Big WC (>50%), replace salt, and add Prazi. This is the start of Round 6. Day 40: Big WC (>50%), replace salt, but do not add Prazi. This is the end of Round 6.
  5. Hi, I have heard of treating praziquantel as a preventative against flukes. Jungle has a anti-parasite food product, which they clai has praziquantel. My fish aren't showing any signs yet, but was wondering will this be a good product as a prevention against flukes. This seems to be a cheap"er" option to buying praziquantel from the web. But is it as effecctive. I wanted to put a link on ebay to this product so folks could look at it (but wasnt sure if the rules of the forum prohibited that). Thank you
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