In sourcing these for a supply order of my own – I checked out Amazon.com which had been recommended to me by several readers. I found all of them to be available and most with past buyer reviews. I found that many reviewers commented on their use being for their “fish” – and when you read between the lines it was obvious the “fish” were really humans.
Cost appears to be decently affordable. I have placed my order for a few bottles and over the next two months plan to complete my antibiotic supply list.
Next is to obtain a credible dosage chart/guide for each.
In PART 2 I will take a look at another option: legally obtained “meant for human consumption” antibiotics purchased on the Internet.
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I’ve bought the Thomas Laboratories variety from Amazon before, and in every case theirs checked out using the pill identifers at webmd.com and drugs.com.
I’d like to hear Dr Bones discuss basic antibiotic selection for the medical layman, determining bacterial resistance or when to switch antibiotics, and when (and with which ones) antibiotic combination therapy might be warranted.
Rourke, are you going to be storing those biotics for the fish in the freezer like many have suggested to keep them longer or just toss them into a ammo can in a cold dry place? I guess the next step in storing medicines is how they are to be stored for their maximum life.