Fenben is a very effective and well tolerated anthelmintic for the treatment of coccidian (coccidia) infections in tropical fish and marine invertebrates. It has also shown to be quite effective against Candida infections, which can cause serious health issues in people with weakened immune systems.
It is also an effective parasiticide against a variety of other species of parasites including roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, and tapeworms (both intestinal and lung). It may be given orally or via injection. It can be given to both freshwater and saltwater fish, as well as to many reptiles and birds. It is very easy to administer and can be mixed into food. It is best to use pure fenbendazole powder and not the branded types that have filler in them, as this will offer the greatest success.
It has been shown to have cytotoxic and cytostatic effects on cancer cells, which may be due to the fact that it interferes with the cell’s ability to reproduce. This research suggests that it could be used as a treatment for some types of cancers, as well as other diseases and conditions caused by a proliferation of cancer cells.
Each gram contains Fenbendazole I.P Vet 250 mg. It is recommended for the deworming of cattle, horses, goats, sheep, pigs and fur game animals infested with gastrointestinal nematodes(adult and immature forms), some types of cestodes and trematodes.
This medication is a compounded prescription product created by a licensed veterinarian in conjunction with a licensed pharmacist. It is not FDA-approved, but is manufactured and formulated on an individual basis to treat your pet’s condition. Compound medications are prescribed when there is a medical reason that your pet cannot be treated with an FDA-approved drug, such as your pet has trouble taking pills in capsule form or has an allergy to an ingredient found in the approved medication. fenben powder