It is a common misconception that osmotic water should be added to minerals to prevent the fish from getting sick. Wild fish, such as S. discus heckel and many other species, live in extremely soft water with a conductivity down to 10 μm / S and absorb the vital organic minerals through their food choices.
Aquarists who use osmotic water, on the other hand, need to be able to add minerals to buffer the pH and avoid a sudden and strong acidification of the aquarium water. pH controlled occurs, among other things, ifbm. the fish's excretion of uric acid and its increasing ammonia content. Products for buffer purposes are made from inorganic minerals. In our range you will find several different mineral additives, each with their own unique buffer property.
If you want to know more about the pH, gH and kH relations, we have a schematic article which tells about the connections! CLICK HERE