Birds can host endo– and ectoparasites and in majority of cases they are not associated with clinical disease In captivity, in particular, this delicate host-parasite relationship can easily be disturbed and disease may result.
Against hairworm and roundworm. To be administered in the drinking water. Doesn’t affect the feathers , but nevertheless preferably not with youngsters in the nest and during moult.
Magical drops, effective where others fail. Against resistant endo- and ecto- parasites, like mite, lice, hairworm and roundworm.
Yellow Drops are based on Acriflavin , not an antibiotic, but a disinfectant with effectivity against Trichomonas and the Bacteria of the Ornithosis complex .