Category Archives: Ich Fish Treatment

Treating Ich In a Planted Aquarium – Will Fish Medication Kill My Live Plants?

That day will come when you have to deal with treating ich in a planted aquarium and most aquarium owners are afraid of killing or harming their aquarium plants. You have every right to worry! Think of the time and money you put into your fish tank only to have some fish medication kill your […]

Goldfish Disease- White Spot Disease- Ich (Ichthyophthirius multifiliis)

Goldfish disease are very common in goldfish and one of the most common goldfish diseases is white spot disease or Ich as a short version of the scientific name Ichthyophthirius multifiliis. Ich is very common and usually occurs from either due to stressful situations like poor water conditions or a sudden chill. You can usually […]

Prevent Ich Fish Disease – How To Prevent Ich ( White Spot Disease)

By Jamie Boyle Many people often wonder ” How Do I Prevent Ich ” from reaching my aquarium and infecting my fish. There are ways in which you can prevent ich from reaching your tank. Here are some simple ich preventative measures you can do to keep ich away and how to prevent white spot […]

CopperSafe From Mardel Labs- Fish Medication For Ich, Velvet and Other External Parasites

By Jamie Boyle Mardel CopperSafe safely medicates fish suffering from ich (small white spots), velvet (yellow-white spots, loss of color), and other external parasites (visible spots, worms, rapid breathing, extra mucous). For salt and freshwater. Unique non-staining liquid. One treatment is effective for over a month. Very effective ich medication treatment. Ingredients: Chelated Copper Sulfate. […]

Kordon Prevent Ich Fish Disease Inhibitor and Preventative Fish Medication

By Jamie Boyle A 100% organic solution to help prevent fish diseases caused by ich, fungus, protozoans, and dinoflagellates. Safe for all freshwater and saltwater aquariums, including reef and live rock aquariums. Also safe for ornamental ponds use. Non-toxic to all biological filters, fishes, amphibians, and turtles. Not intended for fishes intended for human consumption. […]