• All-natural formula
• Treats both freshwater and saltwater ich
• Treats other common aquatic diseases
• Environmentally friendly formulation
• No harsh chemicals
• Safe for all fish
• Non-staining, no more blue silicone
HyperCure eliminates ich the all-natural way, without harsh chemicals. Easy-to-use HyperCure treats the following common diseases in freshwater and marine aquariums:
• Freshwater Ich (Ichthyophthiriasis)
• Saltwater Ich (Cryptocaryoniasis)
• Velvet (Gold Dust Disease, dinoflagelliasis)
• Protozoan parasites (Trichodiniasis and others)
• Fungus (Saprolegniasis)
Always use with a high quality water conditioner and/or ammonia remover for optimum results without undesirable chemistry conflicts.
Do not use with sulfur or sulfite-based water conditioners.
6 oz. (Treats up to 354 gallons.)
Treating Reef Aquariums
All treatments are safest and best performed in a separate quarantine aquarium. HyperCure has been tested with several species of corals and filter-feeding invertebrates. While no adverse reactions were observed, it is impossible to evaluate any product with every invertebrate species available for aquariums. If no quarantine tank is available, product may be added to a reef aquarium. Observe carefully and perform a large water change if adverse reaction occurs.
One capful (5 ml) treats 10 gallons. DO NOT EXCEED RECOMMENDED DOSAGE
DIRECTIONS FOR TREATMENT
Maintain filtration, but remove any activated carbon in use.
Change at least 30% of the water in the tank before you begin treatment. Test tank for pH, ammonia, and nitrite and make any needed adjustments or perform water changes while treating.
Add measured dose of HyperCure to the tank. Repeat treatment at least every 24 hours, but can be repeated in as little as 8 hours if conditions warrant. Do not exceed 2 treatments within 24 hours.
Continue treatment for 10 days or for three days after visible signs of the disease are gone. Change 30-50% of water and restore carbon filtration, if used, at end of treatment period.
CAUTION: Do not use with other medications. May be harmful to some filter feeding invertebrates. If stress is observed, discontinue treatment and perform a 50% water change. Treat fish in separate quarantine tank from invertebrates.
DANGER: HARMFUL TO HUMANS IF SWALLOWED. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
IF SWALLOWED: Call a physician or Poison Control Center immediately. Drink 1 or 2 glasses of water or milk and induce vomiting. Do NOT induce vomiting or give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. In case of contact, flush skin or eyes with plenty of running water for at least 15 minutes. In case of eye contact, get immediate medical attention.
CONTAINS: Proprietary herbal mixture in aqueous solution.
Store between 60-110F For use in aquariums and ponds only. Not for human or veterinary medical application. Do not use on food fish.
Facts About Ich
In both freshwater and saltwater fish, ich is caused by a microscopic, free-swimming parasite that attaches itself to the skin and gills of fish in order to reproduce. Although the attached stage does the damage, the parasite can only be treated while it is in the free-swimming stage. The life cycle of the parasite can last from a week to several weeks, depending upon different factors. For this reason, we recommend continuing treatment for at least 10 day, or for three days after visible signs of the disease are gone.