Wow, I've been using the Flourish water conditioner as a general fert. I believe they called it "Flourish water conditioner" to get around certain laws, but it's the same ol' stuff. I think now it's just called "Flourish" See below: (taken from the Seachem.com)
Flourish™Ask us a new question.
Q: Why did you change the product?
A: We didn’t change the product at all, only the label. This was a result of ill defined state fertilizer laws which make it impossible for us to sell the product with the older, more descriptive label. These laws do not consider aquaculture fertilization parameters and therefore left us with the choice of either bottling 10/10/10 or changing our labels such that no fertilization claims were made. These laws have been recently changed at the federal level, so hopefully in the not too distant future, the consumer will not have to guess at what certain products do because of overly restrictive government regulation.
The product does'nt seem like a dechlor type of product. It is a very rich brown color. It smells too! Gotta be a fertilizer.