All-In-One Remedy

Marineland All In One Remedy
Product No. ML90656
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All-In-One Remedy is a unique broad-spectrum, non-antibiotic agent that takes the guesswork out of fighting fish infections.  Each pre-measured dose treats infections ailments such as: ick, bacterial and gill disease, mouth hand fin rot, clamped or torn fins, ulcers, flukes and red streaks.
  • Attacks broad range of fish disease
  • Treats external parasites, viral, fungal and bacterial infections
  • No guesswork

Should the bottle have a safety seal under the cap?

Asked by: Winn
No, it does not have a safety seal. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-10-11

If the fungus isn't gone can use it past the five days and will the fish be okay 

Asked by: Jkupi
If the fungus is not gone, do a partial water change on day 6 and put fresh carbon in the filter. Let the filter run for 24 hours with the carbon, then remove the carbon and re-dose. Only do this if the fish have improved. If there is no improvement, then do the water change and fresh carbon, but switch to Fungus Guard by our other brand, Tetra, to hit the fungus harder. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-06-30

Will it work on fungus affected area 

Asked by: Jkupi12
Yes, it treats all external type issues, fungus, bacteria, ick, etc. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-06-27

Would you suggest putting the tablet in as it is? Or crush it up, or even take aquarium water let it dissolve and then poor the water back in?

Asked by: Tendy31
It is generally best to dissolve it in a cup of tank water then pour it into the tank. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-08-05

I have a 75 gallon tank how many tablets to use

Asked by: Missy02
Approximately 14 tabs per day x 5 days. I say approximately, because gravel and décor will displace some water, so you won't have exactly 75 gallons of water. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-06-06

Can I use the all-in-one remedy in a tank with placos? I lost the pamphlet that came with the medicine so I don't know if this is safe for them or not. It is also a Saturday so the company is closed as well as the store which is in the next town. Thanks! 

Asked by: Barbie
Yes, it can be used with plecos. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-05-31

Can this be used for hatching corydora eggs as a anti-fungal treatment  

Asked by: Guppylove83
Unfortunately, no, we would not recommend it for this purpose. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-05-02

Wil Marineland all-in-one remedy treat a bacterial infection of the swim bladder? It states that it is a "non-antibiotic agent" But also states that it can treat bacterial infections, but implied it was only specific bacterial infections.

Asked by: K7young7
No, it is basically for external diseases, that one is an internal one. I would recommend Fungus Guard. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-04-04

Is it safe for shrimp?

Asked by: JFlemm
No, it is not safe for any crustaceans, scaleless fish, etc. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-04-22

Can I use this product on goldfish?  Different varieties 

Asked by: Catfish005
Yes, it is safe for goldfish. Just be sure to do a partial water change prior to use, and have enough aeration. Goldfish produce a lot of waste, so oxygen levels could be low in your tank, and that would not be good when using a medication. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-04-22

I'm beginning treatment for multiple glofish with ick in my 10 gallon tank. Should I do daily water changes during treatment? Do I need to replace the gravel after treatmeant is done? Should I replace the bio wheel in the filter?

Asked by: Lpvettech
Yes, you should do a small change of about 10% prior to each dose. This keeps the water quality up for you while you are dosing. No, the gravel nor the bio wheel need replacing at all, but you should remove your carbon during treatment and then replace it afterwards. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-04-14

Do I take my fish filer out or leave it in?

Asked by: whitney217
We always recommend removing it, but leave the filter running while you treat, in order to provide oxygen. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-04-04

I'm treating a 1 gallon tank and the directions say 1 tab per 5 gallons. Should I cut the tab in fours?

Asked by: Kristen990
Good morning, Yes you can cut the tablets, but you would need to make sure that the dosage would be correct. If you cannot cut the tablet into 5 parts, then we would suggest dissolving the table whole in a 5 gallon bucket and then using as much as you need during the water changes to accommodate for the correct treatment of the tank. MINI
Answered by: MINI
Date published: 2016-03-31

Is this ok to use for glofish?

Asked by: Aceves
Yes, this can be used with all types of glofish. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-03-17

How many tablets of all in one remedy to I add to a 60 gallon tank is it 12 per day?

Asked by: Huero88
Yes, it would be 12 for 60 gallons. You probably have 50-55 gallons of water, however, as some water is displaced by gravel, décor, large fish, etc. I would recommend 10 tablets per day to avoid over-medicating. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-06-06

Will it help treat hole in the head for my oscar?

Asked by: Shancesommer
Not as effectively as Parasite Guard. This medication is meant to be for minor issues such as ick or clamped fins. Hole In The Head is much tougher. By the way, while the cause is not truly known, it is suspected to be due to poor water quality and/or poor diet. Oscars commonly get this disease due to both. They require weekly partial water changes, with a good vacuuming of their gravel, and the filter system should be well maintained monthly. Additionally, live food should be a treat only. They require a high quality cichlid diet such as one of our Cichlid Foodsticks or JumboMin. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-03-02

Does the all in one treat cloudy eyes?

Asked by: Daisyann
Yes, it does. Test your pH as well. A low pH can be a major cause of cloudy eyes. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-02-19

Can I feed my goldfish while on treatment. 

Asked by: Daisyann
Yes, as long as they feel well enough to eat. Even though they are sick, they should be active and showing an interest when you walk up to the tank with food, in order for you to feed them. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-02-19

how well will this work for a betta with extreme fin rot ?

i bought my betta , steve french , back in November . now , im somewhat of an experienced fish keeper . he was in a 2 gallon tank with a heater and filter . the temperature always stayed between 76 and 78 degrees . he got his back fin caught in the filter and lost a little bit of his fins . i was able to fix it and they grew back fairly quick . but about a month ago it came back with a vengeance . over half of his tail is gone . when that happened i moved him to his own 10 gallon with a heater , filter and a few live plants to assist with water quality . he got salt treatments and fungus remedy tablets . it seemed to slow it down a little bit but he was still losing fins . now his top fin has a few splits and so does his bottom one . i change about 30 percent of the water once a week and clean the gravel once a month . when i looked at him today it looked like he had some regrowth on his back fin . but its still kind of hard for me to be 100 % sure . i just wana know if this product will help with fin regrowth . I've aldo been using stress coat when i change the water . ive done everything at this point to cure it and this product is my last hope . how long would it be until i saw a noticeable difference ?
Asked by: marieschaffer
In general, fin rot is often brought on by improper pH, or lack of maintenance. Your maintenance sounds pretty good, so you might want to check the pH. Lifeguard is a good treatment to use for an external issue when you are unsure what the issue may be. In your case, I would recommend Fungus Guard instead. It treats both bacterial and fungal issues, and fin rot is usually bacterial. The key, however, is to get the water quality such that it will not keep coming back. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-02-17

Marineland Aall-In-One Remedy

I have been treating my Betta fish for four days now in a two and a half Gallon tank with a heater and filter (currently not in use because of treatment.) The water parameters are well conditioned, and the temperature is at seventy degrees Fahrenheit. Yet my Betta has lost most of the color in its lower body, as well as fins. He also is very receptive to food but cannot hold it down like he once was able to. Is this a result of a miss diagnosis, overdose, or another complication. The fish does not have clamped, or torn fins, nor any abrasions, swelling, or red infections. It does not gasp and seems to be active and responsive to exterior tank motion. Any idea as to what might be causing such a rapid color loss ? Thanks.
Asked by: CharlieF
Hi there, My Betta lost half of his tail and was laying on the gravel after my heater stopped working overnight-at that time the water temp.was 70F. It's simply too cold for Betta!.After heater replacement he's happy again and growing his new tail pretty fast;)
Answered by: Alessia
Date published: 2016-01-19

Side Effects or Overdose

Before starting the treatment my fish was swimming actively and seemed happy. About 30 minutes after putting 2 tablets in my 10 gallon tank, the fish has been laying on the rocks and almost looks as he is falling asleep (falling over then getting back up). Is this a negative effect on my fish?
Asked by: Makita37
Hi there, Its always good to dissolve the tabs in the water (just get some from your tank..) before to add it in the tank.Also,check water quality and temperature before to treat - it still a meds and if your water isn't in great condition-fish will be double stressed.
Answered by: Alessia
Date published: 2016-01-19

after 5 days

I have just treated for ich for the 5 days it tells on the bottle, what happens after the last treatment if the ich is still on the fish what do I do?
Asked by: nicole1878
Depending on the severity of the infection, your tank may need to be retreated after the first 5 day cycle. Before treating a second time, i recommend to do the 25%-30% water change, as instructed, and put the carbon media back in your filter and let it run for at least 24 hours before treating again. Be sure that the carbon media, or cartridge is removed from your filter for the duration of the treatment. Good Luck;)!!
Answered by: Alessia
Date published: 2016-01-19

I used api aquarium salt with a water change a few hours before using this all in one product is that OK?

Asked by: theanswer101
I did the same thing. No problems on my end.
Answered by: musashi
Date published: 2016-01-06

Marine land all in one remedy

Saltwater tank Is this product safe for clown fish?
Asked by: LeoR
It is safe for clownfish, but not scaleless fish or invertebrates so if there is any live rock in the tank, anemones, corals, shrimp, starfish, etc, do not use the product. I believe the clownfish is not scaleless. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-11-05

Can I use the all-in-one with ick guard?

I'm pretty sure my fish have ick along with what might be fungus caused by the ick. I read in an earlier response that ick guard is better for treating ick than the all in one. Ive been treating for 3 days and my fish seem to be doing better with the all in one but now a third fish seems to have caught ick. I'm pretty sure that I will need a second round of trestment as the fish are doing better but not getting completely well. Can I use ick guard simultaneously with the marineland all in one. I really want to get my fish and tank healthy again and don't want any to die.
Asked by: Belasuna
No, never mix meds. Ick may cause a secondary bacterial infection ,but it will not cause fungus. Stick with the All In One. On day 6, do a 25% partial water change. Add aquarium salt to the new water and let it dissolve. You want 2 tablespoons per 10 gallons of water. If you are mixing less water than that, add 1.5 teaspoons per 2 gallons of water. Run carbon for a few hours, then remove it, and either start another 5 day course of All In One or switch meds. Without more description of what you are observing, I cannot help narrow down the choices of meds. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-10-29

After each dose has disolved, can i replace the caron filter and then take out at next dose, and repeat this patter for the treatment's entirety?

Asked by: LeiLo
No, the carbon must remain out during the entire treatment period which is a minimum of 5 days. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-10-27

Extended treatment?

Can you use this product for longer then the 5 days recommended? It is day four and my fish is acting and starting to look a lot better but he is VERY sick and I want to make sure I get rid if this once and for all.
Asked by: Candice
Yes, just do a partial water treatment on day 6 and then start the second week of treatment, keeping the carbon out of the filter. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-01-27

Do you ship ML90656 - Marineland All-In-One-Remedy to Quebec, Canada?

I would like to place an order for 6 pkg of Marineland All-In-One-Remedy 36 tablets ML90656.
Asked by: FPInnovations
Unfortunately, no, we do not. I would recommend checking with Big Al's which is a Canadian company, to see if they carry it. Their website is www.bigalspets.com. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-09-28

safety for tank biofilter of the "all in one remedy"

I can't believe no one out of 27 questioners asked about the tanks bacteria. I find it odd that the medicine does not say it will not harm the biofilter, unless it will.
Asked by: peemsley
All medications, unless they are all natural, will affect the biological filter to some degree or another. In general, if the tank is well maintained, and properly stocked, you will never notice anything. However, we do always recommend a partial water change prior to the first dose, and 24 hours after the last dose, just to keep water quality at its best, especially since you have to remove the carbon from the tank. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-09-11

Is this safe for Discus????

When I called the marineland 1800 number, I talked to someone who said it is safe for plants. I read on this form that it's not... I am just trying to get a strait answer. I also keep my tank at 87 degrees for my Discus. (The place where I bought them said to keep it that warm with juvenile discus) If I take the plants out can I put them back in when I am done treating the tank? How long do I wait. I also have shrimp. How long do I wait to put them back in???
Asked by: streetbob23
I would not recommend using it with live plants, shrimp, snails, or scaleless fish. I would remove the plants and the shrimp for the entirety of the treatment, then do a partial water change and add fresh carbon for 24 hours prior to putting them back into the tank. Your temperature could reduce the amount of available oxygen so I would be careful to have plenty of aeration and would suggest a partial water change prior to the first dose, but yes, the product is safe for discus. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-09-08
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