Skip Navigation Website Accessibility


  • Makes water safe fro aquatic turtles and amphibians
  • Removes toxic chlorine, chloramine and ammonia
  • Promotes the production and regeneration of the natural amphibian slime coat

JurassiSafeâ„¢ safely, rapidly, and efficiently removes toxic chlorine, chloramine and ammonia. Chlorine and chloramine are commonly used in municipal water sources to disinfect tap water. All three are toxic to certain reptiles and all amphibians and should be removed before use of such water (misting, topping off, soaking, etc.).

Most competing products do not remove ammonia. Ammonia is highly toxic to amphibians which utilize cutaneous (through the skin) respiration.

Ammonia is a by-product of animal waste and can build to dangerous levels if water is left untreated or unchanged. It exists as a mixture of free ammonia (NH3) and ionized ammonia (NH4+) in equilibrium. Free ammonia is uncharged and is a gas dissolved in water. It can pass unimpeded through membranes such as amphibian skin (amphibians utilize cutaneous, or through the skin, respiration).

JurassiSafeâ„¢ also promotes the production and regeneration of the natural amphibian slime coat. JurassiSafeâ„¢ is non-acidic and will not impact pH. No other product is required to make new water safe.

Sizes: 250 mL

Use 1 capful (5 mL) for each 200 L (50 US gallons) of new water (including misting water). For smaller volumes, please note each cap thread is approximately 1 mL. May be added to aquarium directly, but better if added to new water first.


Because ammonia is so prevalent and toxic, it is important to detect and measure it. Seachem Ammonia Alert® is an exclusive product for monitoring toxic free ammonia continuously without the bother of testing or using test kits. A sensor changes reversibly from yellow to green to blue, relative to the ammonia concentration. The device, under daylight, detects less than 0.02 mg/L free ammonia. For ionized ammonia detection, we recommend Seachem MultiTest®: Free & Total Ammonia test kit (which also detects free ammonia).