[NEW] Beginners guide to aquarium General Hardness (GH) | gh liquid – Vietnamnhanvan

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Our final chapter in our beginner’s guide to water chemistry covers GH.

GH is essentially the hardness of your water.

And today, I’m going to teach you everything about it.

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What is aquarium GH?

General level of hardness, also known as aquarium water hardness, is referred to as GH for short. It’s basically the measure of the many salts that are dissolved in your water. In particular, calcium and magnesium Ions.

Water with a low GH is said to be softer water, and water with a high GH is considered hard.

So, soft water aquarium has very little or no calcium and magnesium levels. Hard water has a lot.

While GH is an important part of high-quality water chemistry, most of you using tap water don’t need to worry about it.

You see, your GH entirely depends on your purified water source. Most tap water generally has sufficient GH so that you’ll never have problems with it.

There are generally two reasons you need to monitor the GH in your aquarium:

1. You have either very soft or very hard water

If your water source is very soft or very hard, keeping certain types of paradise fish that prefer to live in the middle of this range can be difficult. You’ll need to keep an eye on your GH and raise or lower it accordingly.

2. You want to keep a specific type of fish

On the flipside, some fish thrive in harder water such as cichlids, while others thrive in soft water like discus. If you want to keep soft water fish, you need to monitor your GH water conditions.

It is also worth mentioning that since saltwater tanks use RO/DI water, they don’t have to worry about GH because the salt mix restores these minerals.

What is the difference between GH and KH?

Man comparing aquarium GH to aquarium KH

Beginners often confuse general hardness (GH) with carbonate hardness (KH). While both have the word hardness in their name, they measure different parameters of your water.

General hardness (GH): The measure of magnesium and calcium dissolved in water.

Carbonate hardness (KH): The measure of carbonates and bicarbonates dissolved in water.

If you’ve ever heard someone say…

They are referring to GH.

KH, on the other hand, keeps your pH levels stable.

In nature, GH and KH go hand in hand. If a waterway has a high GH, it also has a high KH.

But tap water is usually anything but natural…

It’s quite possible for your tap water to have a really high GH and a very low KH. So, just having a high GH does not automatically mean that you also have a high KH.

For more information on KH, check out FishLab’s detailed guide.

Why is aquarium GH important to your aquarium?

The number one reason why you should monitor the GH of your aquarium comes down to one word….

Osmoregulation is a natural process that your fish do automatically. It’s like you or me breathing, meaning it just happens.

To put it super simply, osmoregulation is the process of your fish balancing the salts and water inside their body with the salts and water outside their body.[1]

If an imbalance occurs, it can stress your fish or worse. In severe cases, it can lead to the death of your fish.

This is why a freshwater fish won’t survive in salt water and vice versa.

There is another reason why GH is important…


You’ve probably seen this word in Gatorade advertisements.

Electrolytes is just a fancy term for minerals and salts that conduct electricity when dissolved in water – minerals like calcium and magnesium (GH!).

These electrolytes aid in muscle and bone growth, digestion, development of gills, improves resistance to diseases, and more… Pretty darn important stuff, right?

Your fish need electrolytes to remain healthy, and the only place your fish can get them is by drawing them from the water.[2]

But here’s the thing…

Water with no GH has no electrolytes for your fish to use!

This can lead to some serious health issues.

Attention planted tank owners: Even aquatic plants need some degree of electrolytes. For example, plants use calcium to grow.[3]

If you have very soft water, then the GH might not be high enough to supply your plants and fish with the electrolytes they need to remain healthy!

As you see, it’s pretty important that your aquarium contains at least some level of GH.

You should also note that the GH of your aquarium can change over time. GH can become lower in your tank because fish and plants use up the trace minerals.

Or, it could be that GH is higher in your tank because calcium and magnesium are left behind when water evaporates from the tank.

What is the best GH for your aquarium?

The ideal GH levels entirely depend on what you stock in your tank.

Let’s look at the suggested ranges for different types of aquariums. While the measurements can be listed as part per million (PPM), I prefer to use degrees of general hardness (dGH). One dGH is about equivalent to 17.9 PPM.

Tropical Fish Tank
4-12 dGH

Shrimp Tank
4-8 dGH

African Cichlid Tank
12-20 dGH

Discus Tank
3-8 dGH

Planted Tank
3-8 dGH

Brackish Tank
12-20 dGH

Axolotl Tank
7-14 dGH

4-12 dGH

How do you test the GH of your aquarium?

The important thing to remember is that the GH of your aquarium is invisible. You won’t be able to tell the difference between soft water (low GH) and hard water (high GH) just by looking at it.

To determine the GH of your water, you have to test it. And to do that, you’ll need an aquarium test kit. This one, to be exact…

Aquarium General Hardness GH test kit

Don’t worry! It’s affordable and easy-to-use. But best of all, a single GH test kit can last for hundreds of tests. Just follow the step-by-step instructions for accurate results.

FishLab Note: The results of the test can be given in degrees General Hardness (dGH) or parts per million (PPM). Which you use is a matter of choice. I personally use dGH and refer to it from now on.

While there are aquarium test strips available that also test for GH, I don’t recommend them. Based on personal experience, test strips are much less accurate than liquid test kits.

Now, you may be wondering:

How often should I test the GH of my aquarium?

Unless you have very hard or very soft water or want to keep a sensitive species of fish, most of you won’t need to worry about regularly testing your tank for GH.

However, if you do, I recommend testing it once every time you perform aquarium maintenance, such as a water change.

What happens if your GH is too high?

As I covered earlier, all tanks need degree of GH.

But what happens if the GH of yours is too high?

Let’s look closer at three negatives brought on by high GH.

1. New fish can die

Okay, so this point is the matter of some debate. After all, you don’t have to go far to find resources that state a high GH will not affect fish as long as they have acclimated to the hard water.

Let me repeat that last point:

…as long as they have acclimated to the hard water!

But what happens if you buy a new fish and your aquarium has a significantly higher GH than that of your local pet store?

Well, that’s when things can turn nasty.

Generally, when you buy a new fish for your tank, you bring it home, float the bag for about 20 minutes, and then add the fish to your tank, right?

You have not given your fish a chance to adjust.

Your fish will experience what is called osmotic shock. While it can take a few days, osmotic shock can kill your new fish.

Because osmotic shock isn’t an instant killer, beginners often blame the death on the fish being unhealthy rather than their hard water.

Fortunately, there is a simple way to get around this…

Drip acclimatization

Drip acclimatization is exactly what it sounds like. You drip water from your current tank into a container with the water your fish came in.

By adding your harder (or softer) water drop by drop, your fish will find it much easier to adapt to the change in water hardness.

It’s a slow process, but it gives your fish the greatest chance of survival.

Want to try your hand at drip acclimatization? I highly recommend grabbing this tool…

Innovative Marine Accudrip Acclimator for hardwater, high-GH aquariums

It’s almost like a gravel vacuum, but instead of streaming a constant flow of water, it removes it drop by drop and really simplifies drip acclimatization.

2. Breeding

Want to try your hand at breeding? Many fish won’t breed successfully if the water is too hard. Discus and Ram cichlids are two species that spring to mind.[4] [5]

The reason? In their natural habitat, these fish breed during the rainy season. As their homes flood with extra water, the GH drops.

The fish use this drop in GH (among other factors) to let them know that it’s time to start getting frisky.

So if your GH is too high, then you will have difficulty breeding these sensitive fish.

3. Live plants

Most plants can tolerate a moderately high GH.

However, there are sensitive soft water plants that can be almost impossible to grow in hard water. Chain Sword or Dwarf Sagittarian are two plants that thrive in soft water and struggle when the GH rises.[6]

The solution is simple: Select plant species that will happily grow in the GH of your water!

How to raise aquarium GH – increase hardness

Tested your aquarium water and discovered that you need to raise your GH?

Let’s look at how you can do exactly that!

1. Water changes

Man performing a water change on his planted aquarium with gravel vacuum used as siphon

Is your tap water moderate to very hard? For most of you, that will be all that is needed to increase the hardness of your aquarium water.

Simply keeping up with your water changes will be enough to replenish the GH that has been depleted by fish and plants in your tank.

But what if you have very soft water? Or maybe, you just want to increase the GH higher than what your tap water currently contains?

Well, that’s where the following come in…

2. Water remineralizer

RO/DI water is very soft water that has been stripped of all its mineral content. It contains zero GH and, on its own, is unsafe for fish and plants.

Remineralizer restores the lost minerals. But it’s not just great for RO/DI water, you can use it to raise the GH of soft well water or tap water as well!

My favorite remineralizer is… Seachem Replenish.

Seachem Replenish remineralizer to restore GH to soft water

By following the included instructions, this remineralizer allows you to reach a specific GH with little effort.

Seachem Replenish contains sodium chloride, so it is not suited for planted tanks or salt-sensitive fish, such as certain breeds of catfish.[7]

Fortunately, Seachem also makes a remineralizer that is safe for plants and salt-sensitive fish too…

Seachem Equilibrium used for raising water hardness GH in aquarium

Free from sodium chloride, it’s perfect for raising the GH in your planted tank.[8]

Remineralizer is generally added each time you perform a water change.

3. Wonder shells

Wonder shell used for raising GH in aquarium

Wonder shells contain magnesium and calcium. When added to your aquarium, these shells slowly dissolve, releasing these elements into your aquarium and raising your GH.

Wonder shells also condition your water, removing chlorine and chloramine from tap water and can help reduce cloudiness as well. They are particularly popular in small beginner aquariums.

Just be mindful that it will take some trial and error before you know how many shells you need to reach a specific GH in your tank.

4. Crushed coral

Crushed coral used to raise general hardness (GH) in aquarium

Crushed coral is exactly what it sounds like. Coral that has been harvested from dead reefs.

Because coral is largely calcium carbonate, it slowly releases calcium and carbonate into your water when added to your tank.

Crushed coral can either be mixed in with your substrate or placed in a media bag and added to your aquarium filter.

A bag of crushed coral to raise general hardness (GH) and carbonate hardness (KH) in aquarium

The one thing to be mindful about crushed coral is that it will raise not only your GH but also your KH. The higher KH means that your pH will also be higher.

It’s these exact characteristics that make crushed coral a popular choice in cichlid tanks, which prefer hard water with a high pH.

5. Aragonite

Crushed aragonite used to raise general hardness (GH) in aquarium

Aragonite is available as rocks or sand. Like crushed coral, it is made up almost entirely of calcium carbonate. When added to your aquarium, it releases both calcium and carbonate into your water.

Aragonite is mostly used as a substrate for hardwater-loving fish like African cichlids. It’s more pleasing to the eye than crushed coral. You might also hear aragonite sand referred to as cichlid sand.

Just like crushed coral, adding aragonite to your tank will not only increase your GH but your KH and pH too.[9]

Some brands mix both aragonite and crushed coral together in one product to make it more visually appealing.

How to lower aquarium GH – decrease hardness

Okay, so decreasing the GH is slightly more difficult than increasing it. If you have hard water, you may find it easier to keep hardwater fish than plants.

Let’s take a closer look at the different ways to lower the GH of your tank.

1. Reverse Osmosis/Deionized water (RO/DI)

RO/DI unit to create pure water for aquariums

If you need to lower your GH every time you perform a water change, an RO/DI system is your best bet.

To put it super simply, this device removes salts, minerals and other contaminants leaving you with 99% pure water.

Best of all, this water is soft. So soft, it has a GH of zero.

So with your RO/DI water on hand, you have two choices:

1. Remineralize – Start from scratch and raise the GH to your desired level using a remineralizer like Seachem Replenish.

2. Dilute – Use the RO/DI water to dilute your tap water, lowering the GH down to your preferred level.

While it may be expensive to set up initially, an RO/DI system saves you money in the long run.

The other option is to buy bottles of…

2. Distilled water

Bottles of distilled water

Distilled water is essentially water that has been turned into steam then collected. When water turns to steam, it leaves behind salts and minerals, resulting in pure water.

Like RO/DI water, distilled water is soft and has a GH of zero and cannot be used on its own. It must either be remineralized or mixed with your tap water to increase the GH.

3. Peat moss

Two hands holding peat moss used to lower general hardness (GH) in aquariums

Peat is dried and chopped up sphagnum moss and, when added to your tank, can be used to soften your water.[10]

Simply add peat to a mesh bag and place it inside your filter. As the water passes through the peat, it traps the GH minerals like calcium and magnesium. By removing and replacing the peat, you remove these minerals and soften your water.

There are some downsides to using peat. Namely, it’s not a very precise method of lowering GH, and its impact can be virtually unnoticeable on hard water with a high GH.

Peat also releases tannins, which can lower your KH and pH as well. These tannins also dye your water a yellow color. Depending on what you stock, this may not be desired.

Some people use Indian almond leaves to similar effect.


For those with soft or hard water, understanding and adjusting GH is an important part of fishkeeping.

While many beginners get by without testing their GH at all, there is a good reason why you should – the health of your fish are at stake!

Besides, as you see from this article, testing, raising and lowering the GH of your tank isn’t that difficult anyway.

Do you test your tank’s GH levels? Let me know in the comments below!

[NEW] Introducing: Liquid`GH | gh liquid – Vietnamnhanvan

We’ve been searching high and low to find a fifth member for our Dota team that would bring out the best in our squad, and after an extensive search, we’ve finally found our glue guy. You’ve already seen him in Liquid colors, and what a debut it was. Maroun “GH” Merhej’s audition was about as high pressure as they come: the DreamLeague Season 6 Finals at DreamHack Winter. Not only did he perform well, our team claimed their first post-TI title with a flawless record at the event. Today, we’d like to announce that we’ve locked him in as a permanent member of our team.

– Seung Gon “Heen” Lee

“Great teams are built from a combination of talent and teamwork. GH has undoubtedly shown already that he is an extraordinary player. I’m excited and optimistic about working with GH to build the best team in the world. He has a great attitude as well as the motivation to help bring the team to new heights.”

As a newcomer, I will try my absolute best to bring my A-game. I am certain this decision will make for a great experience, and I will help us grow as individuals and as team. I am excited and hyped to be part of this organisation and I cannot wait to see what the future holds for us.”

– Maroun “GH” Merhej

“I would like to thank KuroKy for taking a chance on me and offering me the chance to join Team Liquid. I am grateful for this opportunity, and I will be playing the support role along with KuroKy. I am looking forward to this journey and I honestly do not know what to expect. I hold great admiration for my teammates and I am positive that with their experience and skill level we will achieve great results.As a newcomer, I will try my absolute best to bring my A-game. I am certain this decision will make for a great experience, and I will help us grow as individuals and as team. I am excited and hyped to be part of this organisation and I cannot wait to see what the future holds for us.”

As a player new to the spotlight, GH deserves an introduction to Liquid and Dota fans alike. He answered a few questions for us about his transition into the team and his impact on our future.

GH Interview

For some people new to the Dota scene, you sort of came out of nowhere – how did you wind up playing professional Dota?

I had been playing pub ranked matchmaking for a while and I was doing well overall on my ranking and in my gameplay. So, I guess the guys decided to take a chance on me and the rest is history.

What did you do before deciding to go pro? Did you have a day job?

Before going pro, I was a big fan of the game so just like any of us I would sit multiple hours per day playing the game because I liked it. I was studying law in school which didn’t make it possible for me to maintain a stable job.

Where does the name GH-God come from?

GH-God came after a while of playing when my friends saw that I was skilled. They admired my playstyle and noticed me doing some flashy play. So 1 night my PC was left unattended and one especially close person to me added the nickname GOD to my nickname, GH. It took me a while to notice actually because I had been playing with “GH” as a nickname for a while and I wasn’t expecting to change it. So, it stuck.

What is it like playing on a team like Team Liquid – do you feel any pressure now that you’re playing for a storied organization?

I don’t feel pressure in its perceived definition. It is more of striving to become the best day after day and always looking forward to the next move and trying to understand everything. For example, I am still learning to communicate with and listen to my teammates, and day by day I try to become a better version of myself.

How has your hero pool changed how we draft? Alternatively – how has your hero pool changed since joining?

It’s surprisingly simple. My captain KuroKy asked me to list down my favorite heroes and I gave him 4 to 5 heroes which I prefer. And, just like that, by some high level understanding and captaining skills, he made all my heroes top picks. Somehow, even though they were not meta heroes, he made them work. It’s nice how much trust and faith he actually puts in me. That on its own gave me a huge boost in confidence.

How was your first experience on LAN at Dreamhack? It seemed like the team was having a lot of fun out there!

My first LAN experience was a combination of getting to know my teammates and playing with these 4 individuals. At first, it may seem like something hazardous to do especially in such an important tournament, but what I can say for myself is that I really enjoyed hanging out with the guys. They felt like old friends even though i hadn’t met them in real life previously.

Did you have any nerves walking out on stage the first time?

At first I had this tingling sensation that “this is real now and I can’t make mistakes or fail”, but then on 2nd thought I was comforted by the speech we received the previous day on how I should just “have fun” and enjoy myself. This might have been the least of my problems because we came to DreamHack to win, but I made sure to make it my priority right off the bat. The games played out so well that I received an automatic boost in the overall moral and therefore just wanted to enjoy myself!

Did having a veteran like Kuroky on the team make it easier for you? Did he have any advice?

KuroKy is such a nice, calm and friendly individual. The lack of pressure due to his presence and the boost in confidence is all I needed to go out there and do my best. He just said “You just have fun,” and so I did.

Our players speak very highly about Mohamed, our manager — how did he help you settle into the team?

Personally I believe the team couldn’t run without Mohamed since he’s the wheels of the team. I saw first hand how far he’s willing to go to make every single individual comfortable so all we have to worry about is playing the game. On a personal level Mohamed helped me so much through every hard process I had to go through, especially with my passport and flight issues. In addition, he always checks up to see if everything is fine and going according to plan. He’s the guy in the back that runs the whole show and makes sure every single player has nothing to worry about.

Do you have a teammate you’re closest with? Who suggested that you be brought on as a trial, and then part of the team?

I’ve met most of my teammates multiple times in pub games and became slowly more of a friend than just another pub player and I guess they just liked me as a player. Over the tournament period in DreamHack we grew to know each other and we’ve bonded a lot as individuals and teammates.

Can you describe each of your teammates using a single word?

KuroKy = collected
Miracle = convivial
MATUMBAMAN = vigilant
MinD_ContRoL = diligent

With Patch 7.00 upon us, how has the way that you view Dota changed? Do you guys think that the meta will be unstable for a while or are there clearly strong strategies?

Dota changed in some manners in this new patch, but I wouldn’t say it’s a ground breaking change because objectives are still rather the same even with the rise of some new tools to achieve said objectives. However, overall it is still as chaotic as can be and I guess we’re gonna have to wait for a big LAN event to see how the top teams will approach and embrace these changes.

What is your opinion on the talent system?

The talent system makes up for the lack that the supports usually had in scaling to become relevant late game. As a support player myself I like it!

Which hero is the most OP in pubs right now? Underpowered?

Treant Protector. That hero is insane if played well and if used to the best of his abilities.

What is your favorite hero to play in the new patch? Did any of the reworks catch your eye? Least favorite?

Shadow Fiend’s talents have made him a late game BEAST, and I’m certain all teams will approach these changes in a welcoming manner, either banning or picking him.

Any last words for your fans that have supported you since the beginning?

I wanna give a special shoutout to all my fans out there. I wanna be able to tell them that they’re these certain kinds of people that I appreciate and I thank enormously for being with me throughout my whole journey. I really value the bond I have with my fans.

We’ve been searching high and low to find a fifth member for our Dota team that would bring out the best in our squad, and after an extensive search, we’ve finally found our glue guy. You’ve already seen him in Liquid colors, and what a debut it was. Maroun “GH” Merhej’s audition was about as high pressure as they come: the DreamLeague Season 6 Finals at DreamHack Winter. Not only did he perform well, our team claimed their first post-TI title with a flawless record at the event. Today, we’d like to announce that we’ve locked him in as a permanent member of our team.As a player new to the spotlight, GH deserves an introduction to Liquid and Dota fans alike. He answered a few questions for us about his transition into the team and his impact on our future.

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