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

Does it matter what the temperature is,can I use this outdoor

Asked by: rum coke
No, this is not for outdoor ponds; it is only for indoor aquariums. You would need a pond medication sold through a garden center or nursery. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-04-18

what is this product made of?

Asked by: Anonymous
The main ingredient is a stabilized form of chlorine. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-04-03

Can I se this on delicate fish, like clown loach?

Asked by: Marianne
No, it should not be used on scaleless fish, unfortunately. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-04-03

Why would you not let the tablet bounce around and dissolve (NO Charcoal) in the filter body at a rate between drop the tablet in the aquarium (very hard water) slow dissolve vs crush and dissolve in a cup of aquarium water "instant" dissolve. Good comp?

Asked by: Doug H
Only issue with putting it right into the filter would be it will be very concentrated and could harm some of the bacteria housing in it. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-07-09

During 5 day treat. choosing to do a DAILY 10-20% water change with water that has just been treated with standard anti-chlorine water conditioner, would this not partially neutralize the All-In-One product added? (Water Cond. Is the neut. agent.)

Asked by: Doug H
Our water conditioner works within 2-3 minutes. If you give the tank time to settle and for the water conditioner to dissipate, no, it won't. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-03-24

We have two cute little comet goldfish with what I think is fin rot. They are new and so is their 3 gallon tank as of Friday (5 days ago) I have not done a water change yet. Should I do one before starting this medication or will it be okay for 5 more day

Asked by: L78mac
Definitely do a water change of 30% as the tank is a little small for goldfish. They require 3 gallons of water per inch as a minimum amount of water. So two small goldfish about an inch in length should be housed in at least 6 gallons, preferably 10 gallons to allow for growing. Comets grow to more than 12" in length and eventually require 50 gallons each. And no, they do not grow to the size of the tank; they grow according to genetics and how well they are cared for, basically. After all this, I would recommend the water change to make sure water quality is in good shape prior to medicating. Test for ammonia and nitrite as well to make sure they are are low or preferably zero levels, as adding medication when levels are high could be bad for the fish. Keep plenty of water movement as well. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-03-16

Will this product help heal popeye on a betta?

Asked by: Robin02
It could, yes, but popeye is generally due to either a low pH, overall poor water quality, and/or a bacterial infection. The first thing to do is a good vacuuming and a partial water change. If the fish is not fine after this then treat with either LifeGuard or FungusGuard. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-03-14

Is this product safe to use in a community tank that is heavily planted with live plants, and also has  dwarf African frogs and snails? 

Asked by: scott357
No, it is not safe for frogs, snails, plants or other invertebrates. Very few medications are safe for any invertebrates. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-03-10

Can you test water parameters while treating a tank or does the medication interfere with the testing chemicals? (I use API's water testing kit, freshwater tank). Thanks!

Asked by: klg8
You can test the water quality parameters while medicating, yes. The only thing it may throw off would be a chlorine reading as this is a special, stabilized form of chlorine. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-03-07

My female guppy showed signs of ick, so I started treating with this product. The next day she gave birth to 7 fry. I do not have a hospital tank to move the adult or the fry. Will the normal dosing be toxic for the fry?

Asked by: SaraMonster
No, the medication will not be an issue, but any of the adult fish, including mom, will eat the fry. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-03-06

How will this product affect live plants and frogs? Is there something that will do the same without affecting them? I've got an orange platy turning white after adding new fish to my tank and my angels started rubbing on the leaves and the decorations.

Asked by: Alcobra
You need a product like Parasite Guard for the situation you have, and we would recommend removing the plants and frogs until treatment is completed, then do a partial water change, and run carbon for 12-24 hours prior to putting them back in the tank. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-02-21

 I saw that somebody asked if it would work for Velvet. Does your brand  have something to use to help cure velvet . Please advise... Pet Smart didn't really have any suggestions for me. Thank you. (Betta fish)

Asked by: Danigal
Not really. You need a copper based medication, which we do not manufacture. There are some on the market though, good ones. Looking online, Petsmart does not carry such a medication. Scroll down any page on our site, and click on the Buying Options Tab and enter your zip code to find a different store near you. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-11-23

will this work for velvet?

Asked by: maako
Probably not. Velvet only responds to a copper-based product which this is not. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-02-17

I bought this and started treatment.  I just read that this product does not kill anchor worms. Can I finish the treatment and start Parasite Guard simultaneously?

Asked by: JennaS26
No, we would not recommend mixing them. Instead, change 30% of the water, and run fresh carbon overnight, then take the carbon out, and begin treatment with Parasite Guard instead. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-02-08

If I take my hippo Tang out of my saltwater tank and place him in the hospital tank is it safe to use the remedy on him?

Asked by: Bekah
The main ingredient in this product is a stablized form of chlorine. It should be safe as long as you do not have any inverts. Keep a close eye on the fish and if it shows signs of stress, simply add your de-chlorinator to the tank to remove it. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-02-02

Ive had 4 goldfish 4 a week. By the 2nd day, 3 of them started getting black gills and spots. Ive read too many contradicting treatments and diagnoses online.Can someone tell me why my fish are turning black, and is this the right product for it?

Asked by: Kittiekaboom
Most likely it is either a water quality issue or the fish are simply changing color. Goldfish require huge tanks as they produce a lot of waste, so 4 juvenile goldfish would need at least a 55 gallon tank initially, to prevent an ammonia or nitrite spike. We would recommend testing pH, ammonia, and nitrite. Change about 30% of the water and add AquaSafe Plus as well as SafeStart Plus to the new water. Goldfish change color at least once during the first year of their lives, and may change again later on. If the water quality is good, they are eating well, there is no gasping, darting wildly about, rubbing against objects, torn fins, bloody areas, white spots, etc., then they may simply be changing at this time. I suspect this is not the case, because it usually does not happen at the same time for several fish at once. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-01-27

I have a 20 gallon tank so do I put 4 tablets in a day; and do I put them all at once

Asked by: Sanjeev
You would dose one tablet for every 5 gallons, yes, but some of the water is displaced by gravel, decor, etc., so I would recommend 3 tablets. And yes, they go in all at once, or you can dissolve them in a cup or pitcher and then pour them in. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-01-23

I was wondering can I add a new fish to my tank on the 5th day of treatment using the all-in-one remedy or should I wait until after the 25% water change?

Asked by: zigger
You definitely don't want to add a new fish too soon if you have been treating your tank. Make sure all signs of disease are gone first, and do a partial water change. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-01-19

Can I use this for my beta and goldfish?

Asked by: elyce
Yes, this product is safe for both species, thanks for your interest in Marineland products! BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-01-16

I've noticed as the tablets dissolve they start to look like good to the betta? Do I need to watch this and make sure he doesn't eat the medication ? 

Asked by: Tnhorsegirl007
It is not likely that they would harm him, but certainly as a precaution, you may want to dissolve them in a cup of water then pour the liquid into the tank. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-01-16

The tablets seem to take a long time to dissolve.  Should the tablets be cut or crushed before putting them into the aquarium?

Asked by: bunnyb
We appreciate your concern regarding dissolving this product, but no, they should not be crushed or cut. The slow rate is safer for the fish, as the action of dissolving puts off CO2, and if oxygen levels are low in the tank due to overstocking or lack of partial water changes, large quantities of CO2 could put the fish at risk. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-01-18

I was curious if I used a LED light while using All In One Remedy, would it affect how the medication works on the fish?

Asked by: Eric25
Thank you for your interest in this Marineland product! No, LED lights will not affect the medication in any way at all. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-01-03

Does this cure Flavobacterium columnare?

Asked by: Usernamehmmm
There is not a simple solution to columnaris, nor an easy cure. Here is a link to a scientific article on the disease that I think you may find of value. Copper sulfate and potassium permanganate are the two most commonly recommended medications for this disease. Improving water quality, and the addition of salt at a 1% level, if your fish will tolerate it, are also important. This medication may help, if the disease is in the early stages. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-12-15

I have a freshwater community tank consisting of tetras,barbs,red tail shark,rainbow shark .What amount of medicines of All in one Remedy is required to treat the tank.please advise

Asked by: Pradeepta
Thank you for your interest in this product. Some of the species you keep can be very sensitive to medication, so we would recommend a half dose and close observation. Without knowing what size tank you own, we cannot give an actual dosage amount. Just follow the instructions on the package, and reduce the dosage amount by 1/2. Keep a de-chlorinating water conditioner handy. If the fish show signs of stress, immediately apply it. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-12-14

Do I retreat my 10 gallon if 1 out of 5 fish is still showing signs of ick after 5 days .. today is the 5th day. Started December 8. I really want to but my snail back in the tank.

Asked by: Allie313
Yes, if your fish are not 100% well, you need to continue treatment. Otherwise, the tank will be re-infested in no time. Do a 30% water change, run carbon for about 12 hours, then remove it, and re-treat. You may not need to do the full 5 days, though. Just until the fish is well. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-12-13

Can this all-n-one product be use during copper treatment for (marine velvet 

Asked by: Salty Dave
Also, Salty Dave, just realized you mentioned marine velvet...if this is a marine tank, we generally do not recommend this product as most marine inhabitants do not do well with it. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-12-08

How many pills should you put in a 50 gallon tank

Asked by: Webb
One tablet per 5 gallons is correct but that would mean 10 tablets per day to dose a 50 gallon, not 20.
Answered by: Riza
Date published: 2016-12-08

My Betta started showing symptoms of illness last Sat. and I went to the pet store mon. and explained and they told me to get this. Today (fri) was the 5th day and she has no signs of improvement. Should I continue treatment or look for something else?

Asked by: Surrah
Thank you for contacting us! Most illness begins because of environmental reasons. We would first recommend a partial water change, and ensuring she is warm. Her tank should hold 2-5 gallons of water and be heated to between 78 and 84 degrees. Run carbon for a few hours, then remove it, and start a new treatment with a different medication, depending on her symptoms. If she had shown some improvement, we would have recommended continuing and doing a second round. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-12-05

I have been treating my betta with aquarium salt, for his fin rot. It hasn't helped, and it has been getting worse and worse. should I do a 100% water change before treating him with the all-in-one remedy, or should I do 10% and then treat him?

Asked by: Meowwfromspace
Thank you for contacting us! We are sorry to hear your betta is sick. There are a number of things we would recommend. All fish disease has its beginning in poor water quality, one way or another. So we would recommend a 30% partial water change first. The salt is fine, and can be used with the medication. We would have recommended adding it to help reduce stress. You can also add your water conditioner, such as Marineland Water Conditioner, once a day to help the fins heal. And finally, make sure your betta is in a suitable environment of 2-5 gallons of heated water. The water temperature should be 80 degrees +/-2 degrees. Dose him once a day with both the medication and the water conditioner. Remove your carbon if you have a filter, but make sure he has aeration, one way or another. It will take several weeks after treatment for the fins to grow back. They will remain ragged, but should not continue to deteriorate, and the edges should be the same color and opacity as the rest of the fins. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-11-30

Greetings, I have bought the All-in-One Remedy and appreciate the answers you have given me so far. Before using it, however, I would like to ask if it would be OK to do 20% water changes daily before dosing with the All-in-One Remedy. Thank you.

Asked by: heathritch
Thank you for your interest in this product; we are glad to be of help! Yes, that would actually be a very good thing to do, in the interest of keeping the water quality up. However, you probably do not need to do more than 10%, after the first day, but 20% will be okay. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-11-29
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