There's way too many interventions being performed here. I'd say cool it, try to give the plants plenty of time to recover after repotting before doing anything. Imho you do not need to add any nutes, eps one salts, nothing to the water. Some of this recovery time should be spent with indirect light for allowing the plant to restart its natural cycles. Even a good soaking/flush may take a day or two for recovery.
The plants don't/didn't need nutes or additives they need time to heal and settle into the soil. If your repotting which you should seriously think about first please choose organic seed starter soil and do not add anything to it but rocks for drainage. Try giving it regular water for a week or two and let the plant grow some new leaves!
For the most part I agree with Direwolf13. Try to think of it in terms of weeks rather than days. We are past the point where quick responsiveness applies IMO. Definitely no more nutes or epsoms. Not for a long while. Most soils are good up to four weeks with no additives. Even with transplanting I would maybe try one or two plants at the most to compare. See which works best for your situation. Otherwise I wouldn't be in a hurry there either. I do highly recommend the aloe though. It will help the roots heal and it contains hormones which will aid in root development. It's not taken in the same way as nutes either so it won't have the adverse effects of most additives. If you've never tried it you'll be surprised. Makes a wonderful cloning gel. Easily as good as Clonex for much less money. In case you can't tell I'm into cheap organics LOL.
What we need is a Puff & Pass emoticon to keep us distracted while they heal.
Edited by Essence, 20 October 2016 - 01:03 PM.