Aqualibrium First Aid Salt Additive
Use for: Supporting the immune system of your fish to minimise the effects of fish stress and when using medical treatments.
- As a general aquarium tonic
- As a mild pH buffer
- To help minimise the effects of stress on aquarium fish
- As a supportive measure when treating for disease - To reduce the toxicity of Nitrite
Dose salt directly into the aquarium, large quantities of salt may take a while to dissolve.
0.1% and 0.3% dosage can be added in one go
0.9% dosage should be added gradually over 3-4 days and only maintained for a maximum of 2 weeks (beyond 2 weeks damage to plants will occur). The concentation can be reduced by performing small water changes.
The 3 uses and doses for Aqualibrium First Aid Salt Additive are as follows:
0.1% - 1g per litre: As a general tonic and mild pH buffer. Maintaining 0.1% Aqualibirium constantly in the aquarium will help your fishes' immune system to cope with stress and combat disease. Aqualibrium at this level will also guard against potentially damaging swings in pH (excess alkalinity or acidity), by helping to keep the pH stable at an ideal level for most freshwater fish.
0.3% - 3g per litre: To help minimise the effects of fish stress. Aquarium fish are sometimes subject to severe stress. For example, when they are handled or moved and when the aquarium is newly set up. Stress makes fish more susceptible to disese. Aqualibrium added at a dosage rate of 0.3% will alleviate this dangerous stress. At 0.3% Aqualibrium also reduces the affect of toxic waste products like nitrite
0.9% - 9g per litre: As a supportive measure when treating for disease. When treating certain disease, such as ulcers, dropsy, fungus etc. with fish medications it is recommended to support the treatment with a course of Aqualibrium Salt at 0.9% for the duration of the treatment.