So I've delved into a little more research on inverted jellyfish.
Now obviously its best to try and not allow your jellyfish to invert in the first place, but its often out of the keeper's control. In my last post I gave a few methods for forcing the jellyfish to revert. This may work, but you could potentially damage your jellyfish and it may just invert again.
But I did find a much safer way for getting the jellyfish to revert back to normal. Check your salinity in the tank. I've had multiple people tell me that a higher salinity gets the jellyfish to revert, and stay that way. So I tested it for myself. My jellyfish reverted back and stayed that way and has been fine for around a week now. Its eating and continuing to grow, unlike most inverted jellyfish which usually die.
So, if any of your are on the edge of loosing your jellyfish due to inversion, then you may wish to give this a try.
That being said, I would love to hear about any other "cures" or methods to heal jellyfish over all.
Picture from. http://jellykeeping.files.wordpress.com/2011/07/photo-7.jpg