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Old 01-06-2009, 05:54 PM   #1
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Kent,RX-P parasite treatment for marine fish 8oz

Has anyone used this before? Has anyone heard bad/good things about it?

Any advice greatly received.
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I've never used it, but have read articles about it and the reviews weren't good. It's a pepper based medication. Basically, it's a waste of money.
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The more important question is why do you need it? If you are dealing with ich then there are some other options I would consider before dosing medications. It really depends on your situation.
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I don't need it yet however it is being sold off cheaper than usual....... if it is any good then I would purchase some "for another day", however if it is no good then I would rather pay for something that is effective. There is nothing wrong but guaranteed when/if i get a problem it will be when the only place available to obtain treatment will be 40 miles away.......... I read a review listing lots of things that CAN'T be in the system will treating so I think after all why put something in that so many stock can not be exposed too???
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Remember, some medications do expire.....
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