How to heal a sick fish with AGP Super Garlic V

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AGP presents Super Garlic Vgarlic extract to heal sick fish.

Super Garlic V is a new garlic extract produced by AGP for its own exclusive line; formulated to strengthen the immune system of fish.

Garlic, or Allium sativum, is a species in the onion genus, and is classified with the Amaryllidaceae (subfamily Allioideae). The importance of garlic derives from one of its compounds, Allicin. This compound is scientifically proven to have antibiotic efficiency.

There are two ways to use garlic in your aquarium. The first is to use feed with garlic extracts (such as AGP Super garlic gran). The second is to buy the garlic yourself, extract the juice, and soak the feed before administering it to the fish. The second solution is preferred, but it has two drawbacks: the smell on your hands and the time spent every time you administer the feed.

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And so we have AGP Super Garlic V, not just a simple garlic juice, but also including: vitamin A to help growth and to protect the fishes’ skin, both marine and fresh water; vitamin E to stimulates the formation of fertility hormones; and vitamin D3 to regulate the assimilation of calcium and phosphorus.

How to use Super Garlic V in your aquarium

According to the producer’s instructions, you can dose up to 4 drops a day over dry or frozen food. This will soften the feed before the fish eat it.

Obviously, don’t expect instant healing from every problem, but it definitely helps combat the most common fish diseases.

AGP Super Garlic V is sold in a 30 ml package and it costs 17,87 euro ($19.75 USD).

[Translated by Agnese Poggi]

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