sulfathiazole is the best when you cant diagnose the issue well. its effective against both gram negative and gram positive bacteria, and has some efficacy against fungi and protozoans (but not as much as antifungals or antiparasitics respectively).
I get confused every time someone asks about meds and all these hard-to-pronounce words get thrown around. Are those the names of med products, or the names of "active ingredients" contained in med products? I never see any of these names at my local stores.
55g: Finnex Planted+ and MonsterRay, Pressurized CO2 w/ Atomic inline diffuser, Eheim 2217, Eco-Complete, EI ferts. Lemon, Glowlight, and Black Neon Tetras; Harlequin Rasboras; Otos. Staurogyne repens, Hygrophila corymbosa, Ludwigia repens, Ludwigia glandulosa, Red Melon Sword, Wisteria, Water Sprite.
okay, well I did a little googling and an article mention soaking their food in the garlic juice?
my krib has a weird white stem/worm (no idea what it really is just what it looks like) growing out of his eye pretty much - well the backside of his eye, because it's bulging out like popeye but I'm not sure it's popeye or just whatever is growing from his eye causing it.
clean water and not mixing sources.. without qt procedures is BEST MEDICINE!
Melafix,pimafix ,in my view, are near worthless for anything.(maybe minor wound's,scrapes).
Water changes,assuming the GH,KH, are within suitable range for species being kept, are more effective in my expierience.
Minced garlic ,mashed up with equal amount of dry fish food, and a bit of water to form a paste makes good anti-parasite food.
Can freeze the paste, and break of chunk's to feed the fish.