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Boyd Enterprises Freshwater Vita-Chem 16oz
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Boyd Enterprises Freshwater Vita-Chem 16oz

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Boyd Enterprises Freshwater Vita-Chem 16oz Vita-chem Marine and Vita-chem Fresh is a totally new concept in Aquaticand Marine vitamin formulation and methology that is -- give the animals andfishes exactly what they...

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Boyd Enterprises Freshwater Vita-Chem 16oz

Vita-chem Marine and Vita-chem Fresh is a totally new concept in Aquaticand Marine vitamin formulation and methology that is -- give the animals andfishes exactly what they are missing from their natural habitat and environmentin compact concentrated and easy assimilated solution compatible with theirindividually specialized systems and environments.

  • For use in saltwater or freshwater tanks.
  • Pre-stabilized multi-vitamin, water and tissue soluble
  • 37 naturally occurring extracts from live organisms bonded with natural occurring amino acids
  • Brings out the natural colors in fish natures ways
  • Will not be removed by the carbon in tanks.
  • Made by Boyd Enterprises
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Vita-chem Fresh Product Review by C NEWMAN (Posted on 4/10/11)
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Excellent!

Comments: This is a re-order on Vita-chem Fresh. It seems to work really well in my tanks, especially for my 8-year-old female chocolate cichlid w/ hole-in-the-head disease. I also use metronideazole in her tank, but she improved even more after I added the VcF. She has been in treatment for a year now and generally feels and eats well. And this fish usually doesn't like vitamins added to her food, so I add VcF directly to the tank. I would never call myself anything but an intermediate-beginner keeper but try very hard because I consider my fish to be "little people." Thanks!