As I mentioned on here I had purchased a powder blue that was supposed to have been qt'd/ and treated.
Guess what the LFS guy lied yep who would have thought that? After reading about different ways to help the fish and my QT currently curing LR, I decided to try the microbe-lift herbtana. I am skeptical, however before I move onto more drastic measures I thought I would give this stuff a run. I could not find much info or reviews about it period anywhere. I did find one link that details control tests on corals and fish http://www.microbelift.com/catalogs/...rochure.R3.pdf
I can say after 8 hours of it being in the DT tank, it has not upset any corals with the exception of my torch who get upset if you look at him wrong. He has completely withdrawn. There is no sign of stress in any of the fish other than scratching at rocks and it actually seemed that my yuma's and florida rics and acans were quite pleased with me adding it. I did see a chunk of frogspawn free floating in the tank not sure how or if it could be a result of adding this but I thought it was odd. All my heads of FS are fine.
All fish are eating so hopefully I can run this for 3-4 days and if no signs of improvement I will move on to more drastic measures. The only downside I really see so far is no skimming during the treatment. I am most likely going to commandeer a ATS screen from a buddy of mine and run it while I am treating with this just to be on the safe side. Will add more and results of treatment as it goes along.