Reef Flux is an aquarium fluconazole treatment that is effective against fungal fish infections such as Ichthyophonus hoferi and Saprolegnia. It contains no fillers or additives and is lab tested for purity. Use only as directed.
Turn off the skimmer for the first 3 days, and remove activated carbon and any chemical filtration such as Purigen for the duration of treatment. GFO and Phosban can remain in place since the media only removes phosphates. Empty 1 capsule for every 10 gallons of tank size (ie 10 capsules in a 100-gallon tank regardless of rock volume) into a glass of tank water, stir and then add to the high flow area in the sump. The powder will not dissolve in the glass since fluconazole dissolves very slowly in water, and it will dissolve over the course of a day or two in your sump. Do not mix for longer than a quick stir in a glass before adding to the sump. After 21 days (3 weeks) perform a minimum 30% water change. Filter socks are recommended during treatment in order to help clean the aquarium.
Only for use on ornamental aquariums and fish. Not for human use and not for treating fish intended for human consumption. Keep away from children and animals. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately. In case of accidental tank overdose, the medication can be removed using Purigen.