StressGuard

  • Reduces stress when handling or transporting fish
  • Antiseptic for fish
  • Promotes healing
  • Marine and freshwater

Description

StressGuard™ is the premium slime coat protection product. StressGuard™ will reduce stress and ammonia toxicity whenever handling or transporting fish. StressGuard™ binds to exposed protein in wounds to promote healing of injured fish and to reduce the likelihood of primary and secondary infections. StressGuard™ is compatible with all medications except those that are copper based. StressGuard™ is not amine based and will not interfere with Purigen®; or HyperSorb™ regeneration. StressGuard™ does not coat resins or clog filtration like competing “slime coat” type products can.

What makes StressGuard™ very successful at healing is the fact that it contains protein active colloids. This protein active colloidal agent actively seeks out any wounds, abrasions, or places where exposed proteins are and attaches to this area to help directly deliver the disinfectant in the product and start the healing process. This protein active colloid, because it binds to the exposed proteins, also acts like a liquid bandage to the abrasion. Some products are marketed to be squirted in the bag when a fish is purchased. Those products are generally acidic, with some brands being a very strong acid. Putting such a product in a small, enclosed container with a fish often does more harm than any intended good. StressGuard™ has a pH of 7.0. It will not affect the pH of an aquarium, even at large doses. There are no other products on the market that can compare to the effectiveness of StressGuard™.

Directions

Use 1/2–1 capful (2.5–5 mL) to every 40 L (10 US gallons) daily until signs of stress have abated or healing is complete. Dose may be safely doubled.

Sizes

50 mL, 100 mL, 250 mL, 500 mL, 4 L

A: Yes, as long as StressGuard is dosed according to the instructions, it is safe to use in a reef or planted aquarium containing invertebrates.

StressGuard is compatible with all medications, EXCEPT those that are copper based, including Seachem Cupramine.

When used as directed, StressGuard can be dosed safely every 24 hours (the active ingredient dissipates in a 24 hour period).

A: No. StressGuard does not contain anything to "irritate" fish into producing more slime. What makes StressGuard very successful at healing is the fact that it contains protein active colloids. This protein active colloidal agent actively seeks out any wounds, abrasions, or places where exposed proteins are and attaches to this area to help directly deliver the disinfectant in the product and start the healing process. This protein active colloid, because it binds to the exposed proteins, also acts like a liquid bandage to the abrasion.

No, chemical filtration does not have a significant impact on StressGuard.

Yes, it is best to turn off your protein skimmer when dosing with StressGuard.


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