Product DescriptionThis 16 oz bottle treats up to 1,182 gallons for 10 days.
Sabbactisun™ is an all-natural expellant for bacterial diseases. The herbal actives in Sabbactisun™ provide a natural aquatic environment effective against:
- Bacterial dropsy
- Milky skin
- Fin / tail rot
- Bulging eyes
- Mouth rot
- Raised scales
Unlike many chemical and antibiotic treatments available, Microbe-Lift Sabbactisun™ can also speed up damaged tissue regeneration. it is made from plant and herbal extracts and is environmentally friendly. This product is harmless to all nitrifying bacteria and aquatic plants.
- 100% natural plant and herbal product.
- Completely safe to use.
- Nontoxic to animals and plants.
- Product can be used during feeding.
- Does not adversely affect either nitrifying filter bacteria or beneficial bacterial additives.
- No significant reduction in the level of dissolved oxygen in the water.
- Fully biodegradable.
- Does not discolor water.
- Does not result in resistance which can occur with biocides/antibiotics.
- Sabbactisun™ and Parazoryne™ can be used 12 hours apart.
- Stimulates the immune system.
- Reduces stress during and after transportation.
- Ingredients: Purified water, plant and herbal extracts.
Directions for use:
- Switch off any UV sterilizers, algae magnets,protein skimmers or ozone generators.
- Remove any carbon and / or zeolite from filters.
- Keep biological filters operational.
- Shake thoroughly prior to use.
- Pour measured quantity into a suitable container with 64 oz. of pond water and then stir.
- Distribute contents of container evenly around pond.
Add 1 teaspoon for every 125 gallons. IN ALL CASES, DOSE DAILY FOR A 10 DAY MINIMUM. For best results, use in water with a minimum temperature of 71°.
Preventative Treatment: To prevent bacterial infections before they start, add 1 teaspoon per 150 gallons of water weekly.
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I noticed a fish with scales raised and swollen with eyes bulging, he was approx. 7 inches and fairly new addition to my pond. I fished him out and quarantined him. I went to see Robert at The Water Garden and he suggested Sabbactisun. After 10 days with a high salt concentration the fish's swelling went down and the dropsy was gone. I never used anything but the Sabbactisun and salt.