- CoralAmino - Free Form Amino Acid Supplement - Brightwell Aquatics
- Complex of free-form amino acids in the same ratios found within tissues of stony corals.
- Beneficial to all corals (stony and soft), as well as solitary and colonial polyps.
- Formulated based on data compiled by oceanographers researching coral tissue profiles.
- Does not require refrigeration.
Free-form amino acids
- Provide the building blocks of coral tissue in ideal ratios to encourage the formation of new tissue.
- Encourage new tissue growth to repair damage incurred during fragmentation and propagation.
- Encourage growth by budding and fission.
- Encourage vibrant coloration.
Instructions and Guidelines
Shake product well before using. Turn protein skimmer and other forms of mechanical filtration off prior to adding CoralAminō to aquaria, and allow 10 - 15 minutes after use before resuming operation of filtration. Do not place the product's glass dropper directly into aquarium water or allow aquarium water to enter the product. Doing so will contaminate the product and encourage it to decompose. If you have gotten aquarium water on the dropper, then refrigerate the product until entirely used up. Also, clean dropper glass tube with hot water and soap. Alternately you may soak the dropper tube in hydrogen peroxide to disinfect it.
Target Feeding (recommended): Pour 1 ml (~20 drops) into a small container and suck a portion into feeding device, then slowly discharge contents 2 - 4” upstream of the target organism(s). Repeat these steps as deemed necessary, and based on heavy coral load. You may increase the dosage up to the Maximum dose, see below.
Broadcast Feeding: Add 1 ml (~20 drops) per 50 gallons of water in an area of rapid water movement daily. Use more if desired and you have a heavy coral load, but do not exceed the Maximum dose, see below.
Maximum Dose: The maximum recommended dosage of CoralAminō or total liquid foods is 5 ml per 50 gallons of tank capacity per day for the first few weeks of use. Thereafter the dosage can be gradually increased depending on animal load and perceived nutritional need. This quantity is suggested based on using Brightwell liquid foods. Other foods, particularly dried foods may be more polluting and caution should be exercised so that you don't overload the tank with nutrients. Pay attention to keep skimmer adjusted and other aspects of proper filtration.
Notes: A combination of target and broadcast feeding may be employed, For corals that have been damaged by parasites, disease or have fresh frag cuts on them, you may also use Restōr to boost the tissue growth rate. If so, use Restōr at different times of the day than CoralAminō and do not exceed the maximum dose.
Caution - Keep out of reach of children. Not for human consumption.Detailed information on this product and its’ use can be found on our website.
Guaranteed Analysis - Moisture (max) 99.00%, crude protein (min) 1.00%, crude fat (min) 0%, crude fiber (min) 0%
Ingredients - Purified water, proprietary complex of free-form amino acids.
Brightwell Aquatics CoralAminō is a complex that closely approximates ratios of amino acids present in many species of stony corals; the formulation is based upon extensive research conducted on tropical coral reefs by oceanographic researchers. While the ratios of amino acids present in coral tissue vary between species, general ratios are approximately maintained, enabling an effective average to be created that will benefit not only stony corals, but also soft corals, solitary, and colonial polyps (e.g. Xenia, Anthelia, Zoanthus, Discoma, Actinodiscus, etc.). The amino acids are present in their most elementary form (”free-form”) rather than being accounted for by their presence in a food or complex nutrient; in this fashion, they are readily available to corals and their allies. The main benefit of this quality is the ease in which corals can assimilate the amino acids into their tissue for the purpose of growth and tissue repair. Secondary benefits of some amino acids are their role in enhancing the coloration of corals.
Corals maintained under optimal chemical and environmental conditions are able to reproduce (both sexually and asexually) more rapidly when the required nutrients are available. The presence of these free-form amino acids is particularly important to corals that have undergone or will undergo, fragmenting or other means of propagation in which some amount of tissue is damaged.
Wonderful product By Kristopher on 2/27/2020Kristopher would recommend this product to a friendI have had really good luck dosing Brightwell Amino. I have noticed better polyp extension and better color.
Little goes along way By Cassandra on 2/15/2020Cassandra would recommend this product to a friendStarted with just 5 drops a day in a total 80 gallon. Still at 5 a day. Tank has popping color. From what I can notice in my system is that my corals look fuller in flesh growth and thicker.
Do not recommend. By John on 1/8/2020John wouldn't recommend this product to a friendIf your corals are starving and are lacking color, any amino supplement will help. They need food. Feeding them anything will give you solid results. There is no denying that. But, the real question is... how much growth and color do you want, and how much do you want to spend for it? Is one product better than the other? How do you maximize potential while minimizing cost? This product is not it for me.
I dosed 2ml per 50g of water and saw no results with this product over a months time. 2ml per 50g is double their recommend level. These were dosed upstream from corals who directly got hit by the current carrying this amino. Now to be fair, I was using a different amino acid supplement before this, at the recommend dosing amounts (NOT MORE). I took a month away from my regular amino to try this because of all the hype; however, I actually lost significant color on acan and acro colonies.
I did the math and Brightwell's amino is about the same price as using Red Sea's Reef Energy A AND B per recommend dosing amount at 2ml per 25g. I just got WAY better results with RS and would recommend their Reef Energy. Also, Brightwell's product is clear. If it is REALLY concentrated I have a hard time believing it will result in a clear liquid. Maybe I'm just being critical.
Supercharge your Corals By Mical on 11/24/2019Mical would recommend this product to a friendBeen using Coral Aminos for a couple of years (heard about it from WWC) since using it coral growth exploded. TIP: add 5 - 10ml to your ATO weekly. Benefit of slow dose doesn't cause skimmer to go crazy.
Great Product! By Jason on 1/14/2019Jason would recommend this product to a friendI've been using this product for awhile now, it is very simple to use and takes seconds to dose the tank.
Are you able to get in the 500ml bottles?
Unfortunately not, the largest size is the 250ml.
Does this require refrigeration after after opening?
Thank you for reaching out to us. This does not require refrigeration.
Please let us know if you have any further questions and take care!