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Medstatin for Birds
Brand Name: MedPet
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Medistatin Powder – Candida Treatment for Birds and Racing Pigeons

What is Medistatin Powder?

Manufactured by MedPet, Medistatin powder is an effective treatment for Candida and digestive tract fungal infections in pigeons, avians, chicks and cage birds. One of its kinds of product, the powder is the only NYSTATIN powder formulated for pigeons and birds. The easy to administer powder is a strong preventive for Candida.

How It Works?

It is hand fed to baby birds for preventing and curing yeast infections. Made up of simvastatin and atorvastatin calcium, the powder ensures quick recovery from various kinds of fungal and yeast infections in birds.






  • Pigeons - Mix 5 g of Medistatin with 1 kg grain for 5 to 7 days. Grease the grains with light oil so that medistatin can easily stick to the grain.
  • Avian – Mix 5 g of Medistatin with 500 g of soft food for 5 to 7 days. Before mixing the grain and medistatin, grease the soft food and seeds with light yellow oil so that medistatin sticks to it properly.
  • Hand reared chicks – For prevention of infections, mix 1 g powder with 200 g of soft food and administer daily until the symptoms subside.
  • Mix 1 g per 20 ml of water and dissolve it well. Give 1 ml of this solution per 100g bodyweight for two times a day.
  • Consult a veterinarian for further guidance.


  • Treats and prevents candida in pigeons
  • Protects baby birds, birds and pigeons against infection
  • Controls recurring candida disease in birds
  • Ideal for crop dosing baby birds
  • Easy to treat birds
  • Highly cost-effective


  • The powder has wide margin of safety for pigeons, cage birds and chicks. 

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October 4 , 2018

Extremely effective in treating candida disease. Worked for my pigeon, Ronald