Stress-Reducing Agents for Fish Aquaculture
In fish farming, practices such as extrusion of eggs, biometrics, transportation, and hypermobility impose a lot of stress on the fish. Additionally, the transport and processing of live ﬁsh for aquaculture and the aquarium trade leads to ﬁsh mortality or injury. In such cases, the use of anti-stress compounds and calming agents is essential to minimize stress, facilitate handling, and reduce the risk of injury to the ﬁsh. Anxiolytics work synergistically in ﬁsh farming, minimizing the intensity of stress imposed.
Mechanism of Action
Aquaknock’s is a unique micro emulsified formulation of phytoactive ingredients. It is designed for sedating fish as well as minimizing physiological stress, thus supporting its use in the management of fish.
Its eugenol content and other essential oils interact with GABA receptors in the nervous system of fish resulting in loss of sensation, responsiveness, and loss of voluntary neuro-motor control.
Benefits of Aquaknock
– Reduces stress
– Increases survivability
– Easy handling of fishes during vaccination and drug administrations
– Reduces transportation stress
– Easy harvesting, restraining, and handling of fishes
– 2.5 liter in 10,000 liters of water OR as recommended by aquaculture specialist
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