*edited for rudeness* I found someone who claims to be a master goldfish keeper, advocating natural and organic "tonics" for fish ailments. This person openly admits that she has been banned on multiple internet platforms. this seems like a red flag. She seems to try and monetize every aspect of goldfish keeping, rambling on making claims about having credentials on the subject of goldfish keeping. Yet I can find no scientific evidence for why these "natural tonics" work, any trusted sources other than her own words, or any clear ingredient listings. This reeks of the old snake oil salesman gimmicks of yore. Take a look at this stuff below and you'll see what I mean. I'm shocked here. Has anyone ever heard of this kind of misinformation broadcasting in the goldfish community before? "remedies"