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Fulvic Acid: Nature's Perfect Medicine

Fulvic acid is nature's perfect medicine. It is by far the world's most complex and diverse substance. Fulvic acid is actually a whole universe within a single molecule. A good analogy would be to compare the medical implications and complexities of Fulvic acid to all the sands of the seashore, where all of the world's man-made pharmaceutical drugs combined would not even rate as one single grain of sand.

The DNA of every living or extinct species of organism on Earth, whether plant, animal, or microorganism, has eventually become a highly refined component of fulvic acid.

The original life giving, protective, and healing components from plants (phytochemicals) do not disintegrate during natures fulvic acid production process (humification), but become highly concentrated as components of fulvic acid. In a sense you might say these substances are somewhat immortal, they are recycled, reused, and impart vitality and even a certain amount of immortality to subsequent generations of living things.

Fulvic acid exhibits remarkably similar beneficial characteristics to the bioactive substances it originated from, yet the biological effect on other organisms is often significantly magnified and enhanced beyond that of the source material.

Many species of plants, particularly microscopic plants, are involved in the fulvic acid production process, known as humification.

Fulvic acid production is, in essence, nature's perfect recycling process, where the end product, fulvic acid, provides a steady and compounding increase in health to subsequent generations of living organisms.

Modern waste disposal and agricultural practices have completely destroyed nature's fulvic acid production and recycling process, resulting in progressively deteriorating health of crops, animals, and humans.

In a more perfect world, fulvic acid can reverse the steady cycle of health deterioration, and start a new cycle of progressive health improvement.

Fulvic acid is a Humic substance or extract. Fulvic acid is the end product of nature's Humification process, which is involved in the ultimate breakdown and recycling of all once-living matter, especially plants.

Fulvic acid contains ALL of the phytochemical protective substances, amino acid peptides, nucleic acids, etc., from the original plant matter, highly concentrated, refined, transformed, and enhanced by the actions of innumerable microscopic plants, such as fungi. The Humification processes prevents the original phytochemical protective components from completely breaking down and turning back into basic mineral elements. Even small strands of RNA, DNA, and plant photosynthetic materials still remain intact. Many of the original components become complex enzymes, which have seemingly miraculous function.

Because fulvic acid is so highly refined, it consists of extremely complex but small molecules, easily penetrating cells. For this reason it is highly reactive and bioactive, and is the most rare and valuable of all humic substances. Because of Fulvic acid's very small size (low molecular weight), it readily penetrates human tissues and cells, and interacts on the cellular level providing innumerable functions. The results are simply phenomenal.

Nature meant for small amounts of fulvic acid to participate at every level and link along the food chain. It contains latent solar energy, remnants of plant photosynthesis. Fulvic acid even bridges the gap between inert minerals and living matter, and it participates in the spark of life.

Fulvic acid is simply nature's most important form of protection and defense for plants, animals, and man. It is tied very closely with immune system functions and has powerful antioxidant qualities. Because fulvic acid is so small and complex, it has been entirely misunderstood and overlooked by most of medicine and science.

Fulvic Acids Defined

Fulvic acids: What are they? Where do they come from? What can they do? Why do we need them?
Though virtually unknown to the layman, there is perhaps no substance more vital to life, (with the possible exception of oxygen and water) than the biologically derived compounds known as Humic and Fulvic acids. Fulvic acids enter into all life processes within plants and animals and wear many hats. When necessary; they act as free-radical scavengers, supply vital electrolytes, enhance and transport nutrients, make water wetter, catalyze enzyme reactions, increase assimilation, stimulate metabolism, chelate essential major and trace elements making them organic, and demonstrate amazing capacity for electrochemical balance.

Unknown Fulvic

Despite the fact that scientists world wide have published thousands of papers relative to fulvic acids and their effect on living matter, they have received limited public exposure because of the inability to produce and commercialize these substances. Researchers consider water extracts of 30 parts per million (ppm) as being a high concentration. For obvious reasons the knowledge of fulvic acids have been confined primarily to the scientific community.

How Are They Formed?

Fulvic acid is a derivative of microbial degradation of humic substances. Microorganisms are essential to the process. Each gram of healthy top soil has in excess of four billion microorganisms that participate in manufacturing bio-chemicals essential to healthy plants and animals. If they were to fail our lives would cease. A better perspective of their importance can be gained by looking at the work they do. Microorganism activity in preparing one acre of top soil, expends the equivalent energy of 10,000 people doing the same amount of work in the same amount of time.

The Fulvic Miracle
In addition to duplicating many of the positive functions of humic acid, fulvic acid will:
  • Stimulate metabolism
  • Give positive effect on RNA & DNA
  • Act as a catalyst in respiration
  • Increase metabolism of proteins
  • Increase activity of multiple enzymes
  • Enhances the permeability of cell membranes
  • Enhance cell division and cell elongation
  • Aid chlorophyll synthesis
  • Increase drought tolerance, and prevent wilting
  • Increase crop yields
  • Assist denitrification by microbes
  • Buffer soil pH
  • Contribute electrochemical balance as a donor or an acceptor
  • Synthesize new minerals
  • Chemically weather inorganic substances
  • Decompose silica to release essential mineral nutrients
  • Detoxify various pollutants (pesticides, herbicides, etc.)

The two major life functions which cannot be duplicated by man are Photosynthesis and Humification.

Who and what are you?
Biologically you consist of varying amounts of the following major and minor elements;
Calcium, Carbon, Chlorine, Hydrogen, Iron, Iodine, Magnesium, Sulfur, Oxygen, Phosphorus,  and Potassium plus traces of aluminum, bromine, cobalt, copper, fluorine, manganese, nickel, silicon, sodium, zinc, and all the additional (as yet) undiscovered trace elements being added to the list as our knowledge increases.

The Body Cellular

The elements you are composed of (plus or minus a few billion) are components of approximately 60 trillion cells. An average cell contains about 1 quadrillion molecules, which is about 10,000 times as many molecules as the milky way has stars. Individual cells when properly nourished, are capable of producing many of their own amino acids, enzymes, and other factors necessary for all metabolic processes. Each cell, in addition to other processes, burns its own energy, maintains itself, manufactures its own enzymes, creates its own proteins, and duplicates itself. It is essential to understand that the total metabolism of the body is the sum of the metabolic operations carried on in each individual cell.

Growth & Maintenance Nutrients

Scientist have identified at least 90 growth and maintenance nutrients which must be continuously supplied to the body to sustain healthful life. These growth and maintenance nutrients include amino acids, major and trace minerals, vitamins and other nutritional factors. When these factors are supplied to our cells, the cells then create the building blocks for the total metabolic machinery of our life process. The building blocks present in the metabolic machinery of human beings are (in the great majority of cases) the same as the building blocks contained in the metabolic machinery of other organisms of extremely different types.

Organisms vary in their capacity to produce some of these building blocks internally. Some organisms are capable of producing all amino acids within their cells. Humans can produce all but eight. Some organisms can produce many of the vitamins within their cells. We can only produce one. The very complex processes of all metabolic functions are carried on within the cell. If we fail to supply the cell with the essential growth and maintenance nutrients we will experience a breakdown of these functions. When this breakdown is substantial we have the onset of disease or the manifestation of some related defect.

Gone Are The Minerals

When microbes are depleted from the soils, they are no longer present to convert inorganic minerals into organic minerals needed by plants. Excessive use of nitrate fertilizers inhibits the formation of normal plant proteins and stimulates an over-abundance of unused amino acids that attracts insects. Since pests were created to eat diseased plants this introduces the ideal environment for increased infestation because of increased insect food supply. The farmers reaction is more pesticides and fungicides to save his infested crop. This in turn inhibits or destroys even more vital microorganisms that are essential to mineral conversions to plant nutrients.

Unsafe Foods

These deficient, pesticide laden products are turned into "cash" which the farmer thinks is the bottom line. Lacking in organic trace elements and other nutritional factors, but long on chemical residues from pesticides, insecticides, herbicides, these nutritionally hollow products end up on the tables of America. Without taste, and deficient in organic minerals and nutrients, we peel, boil and overcook what remains and ask "why do I hurt?"

Can Good Foods Be Found?

A very small percentage of the agricultural lands of America are fertile enough to produce nutritious and healthy foods. An honest effort in attempting to select a healthful diet from grocery shelves may be a nutritional disaster. Unless you are fortunate enough to organically grow your own foods, supplementation is a necessity.

The Vitamin Connection

In this century common vitamin deficiency diseases have been reduced dramatically due to our awareness of the role of vitamins in nutrition. New breakthroughs are just beginning to emerge in the use of increased dosages for treatment of some ailments. It should be noted however that vitamins cannot complete their function in the cell's metabolism without the presence of certain minerals. This may explain the fascinating effects of humic and fulvic acids at work in living organisms. Fulvic acid chelates and binds scores of minerals into a bio-available form use by cells as needed. These trace minerals serve as catalysts to vitamins within the cell. Additionally, fulvic acid is on to the most efficient transporters of vitamins into the cell.

The Enzyme Connection

An enzyme is a catalyst that does not enter into a reaction but speeds up or causes a reaction to take place. Enzymes are complex proteins. The burning of glucose in cells for instance, requires the action of several enzymes, each working on the substrate of the previous reaction. Each cell of the body (when properly nourished) is capable of producing the enzymes needed for complete metabolism. Research has shown that fulvic acid improves enzymatic reactions in cells and produces maximum stimulation of enzyme development. The fulvic acid molecule often contains within its structure coenzymes and important factors which the cells may utilize in stimulation the manufacturing of enzyme reactions and formation
Fulvic acid will in all probability, be found to be one of the key factors of enzyme reactions with all living cells.

Fulvic Acid and the Free Radical Connection
To gain knowledge of how antioxidants tie up free radicals we must understand their workings, and explode a general misconception. For antioxidant to bind a free radical the antioxidant molecule must have unpaired electrons of equal and opposite charge to that of the unpaired electrons of the free radical. In a sense the free radical scavenger is its self a free radical or it could not mate and neutralize the destructive effects of free radicals.

Who Wears the White Hat?
We have found that fulvic acid is a powerful, natural electrolyte that can act as an acceptor or as a donor in the creation of electrochemical balance. If it encounters free radicals with unpaired positive electrons it supplies an equal and opposite negative charge to neutralize the bad effects of the free radicals. Likewise, if the free radicals carry a negative charge, the fulvic acid molecule can supply positive unpaired electrons to nullify that charge.

Antioxidants and Beyond
Being a bio-available chelated molecule that can "also" chelate, fulvic acid wears the white hat. As a refiner and transporter of organic minerals and other cell nutrients, it has the ability to turn bad guys into good guys by chelating and humanizing free radicals. Depending upon the chemical makeup of the free radical, they can be incorporated into and become a part of life sustaining bio-available nutrients. They may become an asset instead of a liability. In the event that the chemical makeup of the free radical is of no particular benefit, it is chelated, mobilized, and carried out of the body as a waste product.

The Human Experience
Although being made prior to the discovery and naming of fulvic acid, the late Dr. Clyde Sandgrin publicly stated: "If I had to chose between the liquid mineral and electricity, electricity would have to go."
Reported benefits are little short of astonishing. For internal use they are:

  • Increased energy
  • Alleviates anemia
  • Chelates body toxins
  • Reduces high blood pressure
  • Potentizes vitamin & mineral supplements
  • Magnifies the effect of herbal teas and tinctures
  • Chelates all monovalent and divalent metals
  • Is a powerful natural electrolyte
  • Restores electrochemical balance
  • Stimulates body enzyme systems
  • Helps rebuild the immune system
  • Reported external beneficial use in:
  • Treating open wounds
  • Healing burns with minimum pain or scarring
  • Eliminating discoloration due to skin bruises
  • Killing pathogens responsible for athletes foot
  • Acting as a wide spectrum anti-microbial and fungicide
  • Treating rashes and skin irritations
  • Helping to heal cuts and abrasions
  • Helping heal insect bites and spider bites
  • Neutralizing poison ivy and poison oak

Major attributes of Fulvic Acid: World's Finest Electrolyte

Fulvic acid is an organic natural electrolyte that can balance and energize biological properties that come into contact with it. An electrolyte is a substance that is soluble in water or other appropriate medium that is capable of conducting electrical current.

Fulvic acid has proven to be a powerful organic electrolyte, serving to balance cell life. If the individual cell is restored to its normal chemical balance and thereby, in turn, its electrical potential, we have given life where death and disintegration would normally occur within plant and animal cells.

Most powerful natural free-radical scavenger and antioxidant known

Free radicals of fulvic acid behave as electron donors or acceptors, depending upon the need for balance in the situation. Fulvic acid can in the same way take part in oxidation-reduction reactions with transition metals:

  • Complexes and dissolves minerals and trace elements
  • Enhances nutrients
  • Transports nutrients
  • Catalyzes enzyme reactions
  • Fulvic acid has close association with enzymes
  • Increases assimilation
  • Stimulates metabolism
  • Detoxifies pollutants
  • Dissolves silica
  • Synthesizes or transmutates minerals
  • Enhances cell division and elongation
  • Enhances the permeability of cell membranes
  • Increases metabolism of proteins
  • Catalyzes vitamins within the cell

Humic substances are nature’s own best medicines, a hidden treasure trove unearthed

It seems beyond belief that anything as simple as a lowly soil substance could clean up the Earth’s environment, neutralize radiation and deadly toxins, heal the agricultural lands, fuel the spark of life in living organisms, disarm and kill infectious pathogens, destroy the deadliest viruses, prevent most, if not all diseases, and even cure and restore diseased and damaged tissues and organs in plants, animals, and man.

Sound too good to be true? All of those claims are legitimate and proven by scientists, medical doctors, and pharmacologists from all around the world. Tragically, the politics of greed have repressed the message, which as it expands to the public, will shake the very foundations of conventional science, medicine, and agriculture.

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see and understand the power and potential of humic substances. Common sense and reason are all that are needed. As the never before all-assembled pieces of this magnificent puzzle come together, the whole picture becomes crystal clear.

What are humic substances? They are the sum total of all once living organisms, mostly plants, disassembled by nature’s brilliant decomposition and recycling processes, then highly refined by millions of species of beneficial soil-based microorganisms. Ultimately, microscopic plants such as yeast, algae, mold, fungi, etc., finish up the process. These tiny beneficial plants refine, purify, combine, and re-refine, until tons of once-living matter are converted to pounds and ounces.

Yet miraculously, when it is all said and done, the end product is not inert basic "dead" mineral elements, but is transformed into the world’s most complex and ultra-compact molecules. Even the nucleic acids, RNA and DNA, of the earlier life-forms remains intact. The molecules are ultra-condensed and highly functional, rolled up into tight little balls that are supercharged biochemical and photochemical power plants, similar to storage batteries or fuel cells.
Where did this supercharged power come from? It is sunshine light energy captured during plant photosynthesis, and through decomposition it is converted and stored within the interior of the world’s most refined and complex molecules.

Buckminster Fuller, one of America’s best known thinkers of the 20th century, helps us to understand plant energy accumulation from photosynthesis. Visualize if you will, a log burning in the fireplace. When asked "what is fire" Buckminster explained, in a rather lengthy discourse, that fire is the Sun’s radiation unwinding, each growth-ring of the tree’s log representing a year. He explained that many years of the Sun’s flame winding through the sky, absorbed by the tree through photosynthesis, is now unwinding in the burning log.

With a log of firewood, lump of coal, oil, natural gas, or gasoline, all of which are remnants of once living plants, it is easy to see and understand solar energy storage and release. With the humic substances, it is not so clear to see because they don’t readily burn.

"It so often happens that our vision of search is toward the horizon, little realizing that what we are seeking lies at our own feet." - Dr. D. Bastra, M.D. Royal College of Surgeons

Humic substances are found in rich humus soil in trace amounts. They are also found in massive ancient plant deposits, never truly fossilized, still remaining completely organic.

Humic substances have the amazing power to molecularly bond with, and transform, other molecules and substances, liquefying them, making them smaller, more condensed, and energizing them.

In a nutshell, humic substances consist of an immense arsenal and array of powerful phytochemicals, biochemicals, supercharged antioxidants, free-radical scavengers, super oxide dismutases, nutrients, enzymes, hormones, amino acids, antibiotics, antivirals, antifungals, etc.

Many of the substances that make up humic matter have yet to be discovered and catalogued among the known and documented organic chemicals. The diagram below begins to tell the story, and shows but only the tip of the iceberg.

Medicinal value of the Humic extract known as Fulvic acid is astounding and very well-documented

Many reports on the beneficial use of humic substances, especially fulvic acid, for human health and medicine have been published. These include reports documented in the Chinese Materia Medica pharmacological compendium, dating back to the 15th century Ming Dynasty. During that period, a very famous medical doctor, Li Shi Zhen, used "Wujinsan", meaning "golden medicine", containing humic and fulvic acids as the active ingredient in the treatment of infectious ulcerous growth and female hemorrhage diseases. These studies showed humic and fulvic acids to be efficient anti-inflammatory and blood coagulating agents.

Hospital eye clinic patients with ulcerous cornea infection had 94.2% success rate when treated with fulvic acid eye drops and injections.Yuan, Shenyuan; Fulvic Acid, 4 1988; in Application of Fulvic acid and its derivatives in the fields of agriculture and medicine; First Edition: June 1993

In China, prior to 1978, humic and fulvic acids had been used in hospitals and among the general population for the treating of a wide range of diseases with success. Up to that point there was very little research conducted on the pharmacology of its therapeutic mechanism. Because of lack of clinical data, doubt and misconceptions remained as to therapeutic use.

Hospital patients treated for chronic ulcerous #colon infections had 92.6% success rate when treated with fulvic acid enema. Yuan, Shenyuan; Fulvic Acid, 4 1988; in Application of Fulvic acid and its derivatives in the fields of agriculture and medicine; First Edition: June 1993

Since that time, many medical schools and hospitals in China have engaged in extensive studies on the toxicology and pathological aspects of humic and fulvic acids and their clinical applications. Hundreds of research papers have now been published nationally in China, and some have appeared in international journals and have been presented at various meetings outside of China.

Hospital patients with acute upper #gastroenterological bleeding had 95.6% success rate when treated with fulvic acid oral medicine and injections. Yuan, Shenyuan; Fulvic Acid, 4 1988; in Application of Fulvic acid and its derivatives in the fields of agriculture and medicine; First Edition: June 1993

Pharmaceutical companies in Da Tong, Shanxi, in Gongxian, Henan and in Kunming, Yunnan are manufacturing humic acid medicines which are appoved by the Chinese Drug Administration. Because of their non-toxicity, the humic extract fulvic acid is approved for internal as well as external use.

Clinical medical studies using humic and fulvic acids were performed on thousands of #hemorrhoid patients, which were so successful that the Chinese government had a special pharmaceutical preparation developed for treatment of this condition.Yuan, Shenyuan; Fulvic Acid, 4 1988; in Application of Fulvic acid and its derivatives in the fields of agriculture and medicine; First Edition: June 1993

Chinese doctors now use fulvic related medicines to reduce inflammation, increase circulation and control bleeding, to regulate the immune system and hormone systems, to heal digestive tract disorders, and as an anti-cancer and anti-tumor therapy.

Studies of patients with gastric and #duodenal ulcers showed that 91.1% had condition improve when treated with fulvic acid. Treatment showed no side effects, substantially diminished pain, with few relapses, with 61.1% of patients being completely cured. Xinsheng Zhu, Fulvic Acid, 9 (1991)

Studies show that humic, and especially fulvic acids do occur naturally in the human diet. Waters from streams and rivers running through forested land contain dissolved humic and fulvic acids. Humic and fulvic acids occur in living plants grown in organic humus containing soils, and humic and fulvic acids have been isolated from live plants. Humic and fulvic acids have been found in the gastrointestinal tract of humans and animals and are absorbed. They circulate with the blood and are metabolized in the liver.

In 1988, Dr. S. A. Visser reviewed the medicinal value of humic substances in an article entitled: "Effects of humic substances on higher animals and man; the possible use of humic compounds in medical treatments", which was presented at the International Humic Substance Society meeting in Sevilla, Spain. His findings showed that the medicinal applications of humic and fulvic acids can be external as well as internal.

Hospital studies in China show that #elderly patients, ages 60-90, when treated with fulvic acid, regained appetite, slept better, and became more energetic. Other hospital studies coming from India show that fulvic acids are considered to be a powerful anti-aging therapy that also able to help with symptoms of dementia. Erchuan Wang et al, Humic acid, 3 (1991)

Dr. Visser stated that external applications of humic and fulvic acids are based on their use as antiphlogistic (antiinflammatory), analgesic (pain relieving), hyperemic (blood flow increasing), anti-rheumatic, anti-microbial, anti-fungal, antiviral and anti-cancer agents. Humic and fulvic acids have also been used externally in the treatment of hematoma (localized accumulation of blood), phlebitis (inflammation of veins), desmorrhexis (rupture of a ligament), and myogelosis (hardening of a muscle), as well as for the treatment of patients with contusions, distortions, cervical (neck) complaints, lumbago (pain in the lower back), ischias (pelvic pain in the hip joint), arthrosis (non-inflammatory arthritis), polyarthritis (arthritis of multiple joints), osteoarthritis (arthrosis deformans), and with osteochondrosis (ossification of cartilage).

With respect to internal use, humic and fulvic acids have been shown to be particularly useful in the prophylaxis (prevention), therapy and metaphylaxis (after-care) of a variety of stomach and intestinal troubles such as, hyper-acidity, diarrhea, gastric ulcers, dysentery, gastroenteritis and colitis. They can also act as a detoxifying agent, and have been used against bacterial and viral infections. They have been found to be useful in the treatment of anemia (deficiency of red blood cells, hemoglobin or total blood volume) and as a stimulator of the body’s immune system and of detoxifying liver functions. By counteracting certain kinds of cancerous growth, humic acids may also have a potential as an anti-carcinogen.

Many of these effects can be attributed to the activity of humic and fulvic acids by themselves, and are the result of their surface activity, chelating properties, power of absorption, their polyacidic nature, their polyphenolic structure, their interaction with other organic molecules including polysaccharides, proteins, enzymes and lipids, as well as of their redox properties and fee radical content. No unfavorable side effects have so far been noticed with the administration of humic or fulvic acids.

Dr. G. Davies summarized the effects of humic acids in the Nucleus, Feb. 1996, in a monograph titled "Properties and functions of humic acids." He stated that oral doses of humic acids reduce heavy metal absorption in animals and also decrease pesticide toxicity. Humic acids can be administered preventatively and therapeutically in animals, including pregnant animals, without apparent risk. Some humic acids control uterine cancer in rats and humic acids markedly reduce the mutagenic effect of benzopyrene, 3-aminoanthracene, 2-nitrofluorene and 1-nitropyrene. The anti-mutagenic effect depends upon the adsorption of these dangerous chemicals onto the humic acid surface. Since fulvic acid is humic acid, the bioactive component, all data applies to fulvic acid as well.

Recent research articles by Dr. Senesi and Dr. Miano clearly link humic and fulvic acid properties with human health.

Hospital patients with rheumatoid arthritis had 92% success rate when treated with humic extract baths.

Research on the development of the medicinal applications of Fulvic acid in China

In the 15th century during the Ming Dynasty, Li Shi Zhen, in the Materia Medica pharmacological compendium, recorded incidents of the use of "Wujinsan" (golden medicine) containing fulvic acid as the active ingredient in the treatment of infectious ulcerous growth and female hemorrhage diseases, implying fulvic acid to be an efficient anti-inflammatory and blood coagulating agent.

Prior to 1978, fulvic acid had been used in hospitals and among the general population for the treating of a wide range of diseases with success; however, there was very little research conducted on its therapeutic mechanism. Because of lack of clinical data, doubts and misconceptions remained regarding the therapeutic usage of fulvic acid.
Since then, a score of medical schools and hospitals in China have begun to engage in extensive studies on the toxicology and pathology of fulvic acid and its clinical applications. Over a hundred research papers have been published nationally in China and some appeared in international journals, in addition to some reports presented at various meetings outside of China. Pharmaceutical companies in Da Tong, Shanxi, in Gongxian, Henan and in Kunming, Yunnan manufactured fulvic acid which was then approved by the Chinese Drug Administration, because of its non-toxicity, for oral as well as external usages. The pharmaceutical usage of fulvic acid has been approved by the provincial drug administration to be used clinically for its effectiveness and safety, both internally and externally.

Pharmacological studies:
1. As an anti-inflammatory agent: The effectiveness of fulvic acid relative to hydrogenated cortisone varies with the location of its source and the method of extraction. (i) Fulvic acid inhibits an enzyme secreted from the infected area and (ii) Fulvic acid regulates the level of the trace elements Zinc and Copper and thus activates the super-oxide dismutase which is a Zinc and Copper containing enzyme. Free radicals generated in the infected region are dismutated, utilized, and eliminated by this agent. Applications have also been established in the area of veterinary medicine.

2. Stimulates blood circulation and enhances blood coagulation: Many diseases are caused by malfunction of the circulation in the capillary blood system. The therapeutic effect of fulvic acid is a result of its ability to restore and improve blood circulation in the capillary system. Fulvic acid, on the other hand, serves as well as a blood coagulant when there is bleeding or blood seeping from the vascular bed.

3. Digestive tract ulcers: The healing effects of various fulvic acids are a result of their ability to stimulate blood circulation in the stomach wall and its ability to inhibit the secretion of acid from the stomach wall. It stimulates as well the secretion of those glands in the stomach which have the ability to protect the stomach inner wall, preventing and healing stomach ulcers.

4. Endocrinology: Fulvic acid regulates abnormal thyroid hormone secretion as a result of its being able to regulate cyclic nucleotides at the cellular level.

Clinical Applications of Fulvic Acid:
1. Anti-inflammatory and blood coagulant: In many clinical cases infections were accompanied by blood seeping into the area, or bleeding caused ulcers. Fulvic acid moderates ulcerous conditions on the basis of its anti-inflammatory nature, its coagulating nature, and general healing ability.

2. Ulcerous cornea infection: 53 cases studied, treated with fulvic acid eye drops and intramuscular injections. Success rate 94.2%. Study performed at an eye clinic in a hospital in Shaoxin, Zhejiang Province, China.

3. Blood shot eye: 47 cases studied, treated with fulvic acid eye drop and intramuscular injection. Success rate 93.6%. Study performed at an eye clinic in a hospital in Shaoxin, Zhejiang Province, China

4. Colon infection, including chronic ulcerous colon infection: 95 cases studied, treated with 30 dosages of fulvic acid enema. Success rate 92.6%. Studies performed at Haidian Hospital in Beijing, China.

5. Acute upper gastroenterological bleeding: 160 cases studied, treated with oral fulvic acid and injection. Success rate 95.6%. Studies performed at Internal Medicine, Tongren Hospital, Beijing, China.

6. Skin ulcers: 51 cases studied, treated with fulvic acid bath. Success rate 92.2%. %. Studies performed at Internal Medicine, Tongren Hospital, Beijing, China.

7. Rheumatoid arthritis: Large number of cases studied, treated with fulvic acid bath. Success rate 92%. Studies performed at Haidian Hospital in Beijing, China.

8. Hemorrhoids: Several thousand cases studied, treated with fulvic acid preparation. Success rate was so good that Chinese medical authorities developed an over-the-counter medicine for national distribution. Studies performed at Erlonglu Hospital in Beijing, China, and Kunming in Yunnan, China.

9. Cancer of the esophagus, disease incubation period: 27 cases studied, treated using fulvic acid water solution for two years. 100% successful in preventing tumor progression into the cancerous state. Studies performed by Hongji Xie, et al.

10. Malnutrition in women: 1800 cases studied, treated with fulvic acid. Success rate 96.0%. Studies performed by Professor Deqing Yao at Tongren Hospital in Beijing, China.

11. Over-active thyroid: 33 cases studied, treated for 6 months of fulvic acid treatment. Success rate 90.9%. Studies performed at Tongren Hospital in Beijing, China.

12. Congenital regional neurological disease (deaf and dumb, mental retarded and seizure patients): Three groups studied, with one year of fulvic acid treatment. Success rate 30.3%. Studies performed at Tongren Hospital in Beijing, China, and Epidemic Prevention Station in Changping, China.

In summary, as a result of the joint efforts contributed by both the basic science researchers and clinicians, the fulvic acid component derived from humic acid has proven to be an effective and a safe remedy for a wide range of diseases. This accomplishment has raised the curiosity and interests of scientists from abroad. As evidenced by "The Recent Progress in Chinese Medicine" published In Singapore and "Fulvic Acid" published in Germany.

Fulvic Acid, Origin and Overview
In the beginning the Earth was blessed with optimum organic growing conditions. The soil had a wealth of minerals, trace elements, and rich humus soil teaming with microbes. The Earth's minerals had not yet leached and eroded into the seas, and because of that, the soil was exceptionally fertile. The vegetation was very lush and abundant, as is evidenced by ancient remains that we know were formed into coal and oil deposits

Humic deposits
But there have been found other most unusual remains that geologists call humic deposits They also came from that ancient lush vegetation. These humic deposits never did turn into oil or coal. They are quite rare and can be found in various areas of the world. Some of these deposits are exceedingly rich in a little known substance called fulvic acid.

Fulvic acid

Fulvic acid has been discovered to be one of the most important miracles of life itself. Fulvic acid is a part of the humic structure in rich composting soil. It is an acid created in extremely small amounts by the action of millions of beneficial microbes, working on decaying plant matter in a soil environment with adequate oxygen. It is of low molecular weight and is biologically very active. Because of its low molecular weight, it has the necessity and ability to readily bond minerals and elements into its molecular structure causing them to dissolve and become mobilized fulvic complexes. Fulvic acid usually carries 70 or more minerals and trace elements as part of its molecular complexes. These are then in ideal natural form to be absorbed by plant roots and interact with living cells. Plants readily absorb high amounts of fulvic acid, and maintain it in their structure. In fact it has been discovered that these fulvic acid complexes are absolutely essential for plants to be healthy, and the same is true of animals and man.

Microbial action
We know that ancient plant life had ample fulvic acid as is evidenced by the exceedingly rich and unusual deposits that are located in various areas of the world. This fulvic acid in these deposits came from massive amounts of vegetation and its further decomposition by microbes. Fulvic acid is then a naturally occurring organic substance that comes entirely from microbial action on decomposing plants, plants themselves, or ancient deposits of plant origin.

Fulvic acid is lacking in food crops
It seems obvious that most of the plants and food crops of today would also contain adequate amounts or at least some of the miracle fulvic acid and its related mineral complexes, but few do. As human beings it would be reasonable to assume that we should be consuming fulvic acid complexes in the plants we eat, and consequently have fulvic acid in our systems. It is obvious that this is the way nature intended it. But this is not the case, nor has it been for a long time.
Our soils are sick from poor agricultural practices, pesticides, chemical fertilizers, erosion, and mineral depletion, as well as sterile conditions that prohibit microbial activity. Because of this our plants are sick, containing very little nutrition, especially minerals. For generations adequate fulvic acid that should have been contained in the plants we eat has been missing from our diets, yet it is essential for our cell metabolism. Scientists have found that nutritionally we need 90 different nutrients in our diets. Over 60 of these are minerals and trace elements. We are simply not getting them today from the plants we eat.

Re-mineralization of soils would be of little benefit without microbes, the fulvic acid they produce, and return to better farming practices. Re-mineralization of our bodies without the fulvic acid that should be contained in the plants we eat, has proven just as useless. People are sick with degenerative and deficiency related diseases now more than ever. With fulvic acid supplementation and return to proper diet and farming practices these situations have the potential to be remedied.

Fulvic acid in science and medicine
Fulvic acid is still not well known or understood by most of the scientific or medical community. Fulvic acids have not been able to be synthesized by chemists, and are unable to be clearly defined because of their extremely complex nature. This perplexity warrants little opportunity for science or medicine to exploit fulvic acid, or profit from new patents. Historically, traditional medical claims of encouraging health benefits have been simply remarkable. Many of these health assertions have also shown that fulvic acid is disease preventative in nature and may dramatically increase longevity. The health benefits seen to this point demonstrate that fulvic acid potentially poses a substantial threat to the future of pharmaceutical companies, medical doctors, and health professionals. Until recent, fulvic acid has been entirely overlooked or misunderstood.

Benefits of Fulvic acid
Some scientists have recently been studying fulvic acid, and have come up some amazing facts. They tell us that fulvic acid is the finest electrolyte known to man. It is assists with human enzyme production, hormone structures, and is necessary for the utilization of vitamins. It has been found to be essential to living cells in carrying on metabolic processes. It maintains the ideal environment for dissolved mineral complexes, elements, and cells to bio-react electrically with one another causing electron transfer, catalytic reactions, and transmutations into new minerals. It is also the most powerful anti-oxidant and free radical scavenger known. It has the unique ability to react with both negatively and positively charged unpaired electrons and render free radicals harmless. It can either alter them into new useable compounds or eliminate them as waste. Fulvic acid can similarly scavenge heavy metals and detoxify pollutants. Fulvic acid helps to correct cell imbalances.

Fulvic acid, a hidden treasure

A water solution can contain much higher mineral concentration when dissolved into fulvic acid than it could otherwise hold. It is most important to realize that fulvic acid is natures own perfect vehicle for transport of minerals to living cells. This is because fulvic acid bonds with minerals and other molecules and transforms them.
Since fulvic acids are formed by decomposition of once living matter, fulvic acid contains hidden treasures of the past, in the perfect plant form, in nature's own recycling process. Mineral, metal, and trace element complexes with fulvic acid become an additional bonus to the miracle of fulvic acid. These fulvic complexes are hundreds of times smaller than living cells, and are amazingly absorbable by them. It is most important to know that fulvic acid has the unique ability to enhance, potentiate, and increase absorption of many other compounds such as vitamins, herbs, minerals, tinctures, and foods with which it is combined. Fulvic acid is one of natures miracles of unparalleled proportion.

Renowned longevity and health of isolated Himalayan cultures is linked to fulvic acid extracted from fossil-like humic substances

For centuries traditional medical doctors in remote areas of the Himalayas have claimed that "shilajit", a rare humic substance high in fulvic acid, can "arrest the aging process" and "induce revitalization". Historical documents testify to the amazing longevity and health of these people who often live well beyond 100 years of age. Now the physiological functions behind these claims are being substantiated by leading medical hospitals and pharmacologists around the world.

Fulvic acid extracts from the rare humic substances found on the high mountain slopes of the Himalayas, have been used for centuries by the isolated inhabitants of that region as a "rejuvenator, a class of drugs reputed to arrest the aging process and to induce revitalization", according to quotes from leading pharmacologists studying them. The traditional medical claims of "rehabilitation of muscles, bones and nerves", treatment of "geriatric complaints including arthritis, diabetes and allergic manifestations," dementia, etc., are now being proven, along with their mode of action, by pharmacologists and many other medical doctors and scientists.

The various pharmacological studies reveal that the fulvic acids exhibit results" sufficiently impressive", and "more effective" than several currently available immune system regulators. The fulvic acids "produced significant effects", as an anti-stress agent, in relieving stomach ulcers, preventing allergic reactions, and in activating the immune system against tumor cells. "The results support the use" of fulvic acids "as an adjuvant [assisting in the prevention, amelioration, or cure] in the therapy of diabetes", to quote leading pharmacologists.

In recent years, leading scientists, doctors, and pharmacologists from major hospitals and universities in India, Russia, and China have become more conscious of the purported anti-aging and health claims associated with the rare fulvic acids, and have been looking deeper into the assertions coming from traditional health practitioners of the region. The inhabitants and areas of the Himalayan belt that are mentioned in the many and growing number of scientific and medical studies documenting this research include: The Tibetans of the Tibet region of China, the Georgian Russians living in the Caucasus Mountains of Russia, the Hunzas of Pakistan and Afghanistan (Hindu Kush and Karakoram Mountains), the Sherpas in Nepal, the people of the Kashmir region, and the Indians living in the Kumaon, Himalayas, Vindhyas and Aravallis Mountains of India.

It is a well-known fact that a large number of individuals in the Himalayan belt live to well over 100 years of age, and often are reported to live to 120-140 years or more, maintaining excellent health throughout their entire lives. People of the region that use fulvic acid preparations made from the rare humic substance not only report significant health benefits for themselves, but for their animals as well, and most people lack the degenerative diseases common to other cultures today.

Traditional medicine throughout the Himalayan belt lists the indigenous humic substance and resultant fulvic acids as a "rasayana" or rejuvenator, a class of drugs reputed to arrest the aging process and induce revitalization of attenuated physiological functions. The special endurance attributed to the Sherpas, including their ability to survive extremely cold conditions and high altitudes has also been linked to these substances during the medical studies.

Traditional medicine of the region prescribes the local rare fulvic acid extract in genito-urinary diseases, diabetes, jaundice, gallstones, enlarged spleen, digestive disorders, epilepsy, nervous diseases, elephantiasis, chronic bronchitis, dementia, arthritis, and anemia. The humic extract has been shown to accelerate the process of rehabilitation of muscles, bones and nerves, and is used to treat many geriatric complaints including memory loss, and is believed to increase cerebral functions. It has also proven useful as an aphrodisiac, rejuvenator, alternative tonic, stimulant, internal antiseptic, diuretic, lithontriptic, and is used for treatment of respiratory problems, worms, piles, adiposity, renal and bladder stones, nervous diseases, amenorrhoea, dysmenorrhoea, menorrhagia, eczema, anorexia, and fracture of bones.

Historically, fulvic acids from the Himalayan region have been shown effective for treatment of cold stress, diabetes, tumors, skin diseases, rheumatic pain, kidney stones, heart ailments, leprosy, and many other ailments. Fulvic acids are also a panacea of oriental medicine, where they continue to be used extensively.

These discoveries are most significant, considering the fact that the various cultures of these remote Himalayan regions have used organic farming practices for centuries, which promote soil and crops already rich in natural humic/fulvic substances. Yet these people still find that additional fulvic acid supplementation and medication proves highly beneficial to their health, and alleviates disease problems when they arise. This shows that the ancient vegetation, which was the source for the rare fulvic acids, has exceptional properties that may even surpass those of vegetation found anywhere on Earth today.

The rare humic deposits of the region were exposed at the time of uplift of the Himalayas, and are normally found from about 5,000-15,000 feet of elevation. These humic deposits are exposed by landslides, excavation or road-cutting. It is important to note that similar high quality humic substances found in various other regions of the Earth show similar results. However, the fulvic acids from the shilajit humic have some most unusual characteristics.

Cellular regeneration attributed to Fulvic acid electrolyte
Living cells are single bipolar mechanisms, meaning they have a positive and negative composition, and work similar to batteries. Cells are made up of a positively charged acidic central core or nucleus, which is surrounded by the negatively charged alkaline cytoplasm. The components are separated by semi-permeable membranes. Each cell is a single structural unit that functions as a member of the total living organism. Once a cell dies, and eventually in the natural scheme of things, comes into contact with the appropriate soil microbes, it will ultimately break down and turn into a humic substance.

Over 50% of hospital #patients noticed that they were able to sleep more relaxed when treated with fulvic acid, a humic extract. Improved sleep came as an added benefit since the patients were already being treated with the fulvic acid for various chronic diseases. Bingwen Su, Jiangxi Humic Acid, 3 (1985)

Research has shown that two very important components of humic substances are nucleic acids and amino acids, which are remnants from the nucleus, cytoplasm, and protein building blocks of once-living cells. Nucleic and amino acids are absolutely essential to all living things.

There are potentially thousands of individual nucleic and amino acids in humic substances. These nucleic and amino acids are preserved intact within humic substances, where they are believed to remain stable indefinitely. The nucleic acids consist of negatively charged DNA from the breakdown of the nucleus of cells, and positively charged RNA from the cytoplasm of cells, which also remain stable in humic substances.

Of interest here, are the nucleic acids and amino acids which are major constituents of the fulvic acid fraction of humic substances. Since fulvic acids are of low molecular weight, and water soluble on both sides of the pH scale, they are readily absorbed through semi-permeable membranes, and function actively in association with living cells.
Complexed into the fulvic, nucleic, and amino acid team, are innumerable essential minerals and rare earth elements. Fulvic acid contains literally hundreds of complex minerals which include traces of virtually every element listed in the Periodic Table. Together, all of these components function in unison, as fulvates (salts of fulvic acid), making fulvic acid an extremely powerful electrolyte.

Hospital studies show that patients with normally incurable epidemic Hemorrhagic Fever were able to be successfully treated with humic extracts, which stopped bleeding, restored circulation, removed clots, was anti-viral, and significantly bolstered and regulated the immune system. Yinzhang Cui, Humic Acid, 1 (1991)

Because of its many nutritional components and electrolytic power, fulvic acid has instant cellular revitalizing, replenishing, and nourishing characteristics unlike anything else. Fulvic acid’s electrolytic value also has been shown to increase permeability of bio-membranes, which means that it can sensitize cell membranes for better absorption or assimilation of other things in its presence.

It is essential that the electrical potential of all cells remain balanced and "charged". A high quality electrolyte is essential for proper cellular function. An electrolyte is a substance that dissolves in water or other suitable medium, that will conduct electrical current. An electrolyte is essential to cells because in molecular processes it permits electrons to be set loose, transferring electrical current, by allowing the flow of ions. Fulvic acid is a polyelectrolyte which means "much electric."

The value of an electrolyte can be shown by an experiment that was done by researchers on a giant amoeba, which is a microscopic single cell animal. Under a microscope the electrolytic potential of the amoeba, which is normally 20 millivolts, was depressed to zero. The researchers then noticed astonishing changes as the amoeba become disfunctional, the outer membrane then ruptured in several places, and internal components began to flow out into the surrounding fluid. At that point researchers visually concluded that the form and structure of the amoeba had disintegrated and it was for all purposes dead. Upon increasing the electrolytic charge, the form of the amoeba reconstructed and became active and healthy again. This same test was repeated many times with the same results.

"The cell is immortal. It is merely the fluid in which it floats which degenerates. Renew this fluid at intervals, give the cells what they require for nutrition and, as far as we know, the pulsation of life may go on forever."
--Dr. Alexis Carrel, Nobel Prize in Medicine

Although plant and animal cells have slightly different makeup, leading scientists agree that their metabolic functions, components, and requirements are exactly the same. For instance; in plants there are chlorophyll molecules which are the light receptors responsible for the photosynthesis process. These chlorophyll molecules are very similar in structure to the heme molecule of human red blood cells (hemoglobin).

Extensive hospital eye clinic studies using humic extracts showed 100% success in curing eye diseases caused by virus, bacteria, or fungus, also healing ulcerous wounds, relieving inflammation, and stopping hemorrhaging, without side effects.


It is known that fulvic acid is readily admitted into living cells. This may be in part due to its low molecular weight, its electrical potential, its bio-transporting ability, and other factors just waiting to be discovered and understood. Scientists do known, however, that once inside the living cell, fulvic acid aids in the selective trading or supply of minerals and other nutrient factors inside the cell. Can you begin to see why this is so important - first, it gets into the cells, and second, once in them, it may be the very catalyst that makes sure the cells get precisely the amount of minerals and other nutrients they need.

In addition to carrying essential nutrients to the cell, it has been shown that fulvic acid can actually chelate toxins and reduce them to a harmless state. Fulvic acid is effective at neutralizing a wide range of toxic materials - everything from heavy metals and radioactive waste to petro-chemicals. In fact, it has been shown to be so effective that tests are soon to be conducted on a new system designed to compost land fill refuse using fulvic and humic acids to safely render all toxins harmless.

Fulvic acid is involved in complex biochemical reactions in living plants and animals, which directly influence the very metabolic processes at the cellular level. To the science of living cells, fulvic acids are vital in bringing substantial amounts of nutrients and minerals into water solution and delivering their living energies to the living cells.

In terms of benefits to all living organisms, organic fulvic acids:
  • Greatly enhance the bioavailability of important trace minerals.
  • Regenerate and prolong the residence time of essential nutrients in the cells.
  • Modify the damage of toxic compounds such as heavy metals and free radicals.
  • Enhance the permeability of digestive, circulatory and cell membranes.
  • Increase the metabolism of proteins contributing to RNA and DNA synthesis.
  • Increase the activity of a multitude of enzymes.

Electrical stimulation in most cells is the equivalent of biological activity. The cells disintegrate when their electrical potential is reduced to zero. When the electrical potential is reduced, progressive weakness and illness may occur. A person’s electrical potential may be lowered by loss of blood or fluids, excessive emotional stress, accidents, lack of sleep, lingering infections, and an unbalanced diet.

Scientists theorize that electrical and chemical balances at the cellular level can be created and controlled by electrolytes. Perhaps the most effective known electrolyte found in nature is the powerful fulvic acid organic electrolyte that restores, regenerates, regulates and balances cellular life. When the cell is restored to its normal chemical balance, and thereby achieves its bio-electrical potential, life flourishes where sickness, weakness, disintegration and death would have resulted. This is the fulvic acid phenomenon.

Organic fulvic acid electrolytes contain and transport essential nutrients, essential trace minerals in a highly charged bio-available form and serve as an outside electrical force. They charge, recharge and restore the potential that is or once was normal to the cell, and in doing so, balances and supercharges cellular life. The fulvic acid electrolytes act as a miniature battery charger, providing a small but constant charge of nutritional and mineral energy replacement. They create a natural balance for many life processes and help each cell perform at its maximum potential. Toxins and heavy metals are taken up by the fulvic acid electrolytes, to be carried away from the cell and discharged from the body.

As a transporter of energy-rich and bio-electrically charged nutrients and minerals, the fulvic acid electrolytes greatly increase the percentage rate of absorption through the digestive system of minerals, nutrients, vitamins, and herbs into the circulatory system. From there, they carry life force energetic compounds to and easily through the cell membrane, across the cytoplasm and directly to the nucleus of the cell.

At this point the Fulvic Acid electrolytes discharge electrical energy and their nutrient and mineral components. It is literally recharging and replacing exhausted or diminished components within the nucleus of the cell. The minerals and nutrient wastes are complexed and taken from the nucleus, then transported back across the cell for removal. Fulvic acid electrolytes act as a donor, and at other times as a receptor based on a cell’s requirement for balance. They also absorb both positive and negative electrical charges from free radicals in a process of neutralization.


This natural balance for many biological processes includes active participation in oxidation-reduction, electron transfer and catalytic reactions. Many people are aware our soils are depleted of minerals and nutrients. They were eaten in the food grown many years ago. Precious little remains in most soils. However, only a few scientists are aware that the fulvic acid is also seriously depleted. Because of the pesticides and herbicides, most of the microbial life in the soil is gone. What is left is depleted and weak. As a result, less fulvic acid is produced. Less fulvic acid means less minerals and nutrients will be taken up by the plants.

Since we are what we eat, our bodies receive less minerals and nutrients. Now it’s becoming alarmingly apparent: the deficiency of fulvic acid may be the most critical factor missing in our dietary deficiencies. Only in a few places on earth are there abundant deposits of organic fulvic acids. They occur in humic shale deposits and are interspersed with colloidal minerals. Unfortunately, much of the available Fulvic Acid in humic shale is highly complexed with toxins and heavy metals. The concentration of fulvic acid is usually quite low. Fulvic acid is so water soluble it was leached from the humic shale by water from rain and other sources millions of years ago. There are large deposits of organic fulvic acid that were leached from humic shale and flowed out into areas in which they accumulated and concentrated in southern Utah. Now those deposits are being mined and the richness of the organic fulvic acid complexes are being refined and purified.

Fulvic Acid is the most plant-active of the Humic Acid compounds, offering physical, chemical and biological benefits. Natural buffering, chelating and extremely high ion-exchange properties make mineral elements easier for plants to absorb. This results in increased plant vitality, resistance to environmental stress and improved crop quality and yeilds.

Fulvic Acid General Information
Fulvic Acid is a Humic extract; the end product of nature's humification process, which is part of the ultimate breakdown and recycling of all living matter, especially in plants. Fulvic Acid contains amino acid peptides and nucleic acids; the protective substances of phytochemicals. Fulvic Acid is very small in size and low in molecular weight so it readily penetrates animal and plant tissues. Therefore, when Fulvic Acid is combined with other vitamins, minerals, and herbs, it dramatically enhances their absorption. For this reason, Fulvic Acid is often used as the electrolyte for ionic and colloidal liquid supplements.

Fulvic Acid Uses & Scientific Evidence For

Due to its ability to penetrate tissues, Fulvic Acid is rapidly being recognized as one of the key elements in many outstanding health and scientific breakthroughs of the 21st century. In addition to aiding the absorption of nutrients and vitamins, Fulvic Acid is an antioxidant and free radical scavenger. It boosts your energy and chelates heavy metals and body toxins, thereby removing them from the system. Fulvic Acid can also be used externally to treat open wounds, cuts, and abrasions. It acts as a wide spectrum anti-microbial and fungicide, and it can kill pathogens responsible for athletes foot. Rashes, skin irritations, insect and spider bites can be treated with Fulvic Acid, and it can neutralize the effects of poison ivy and poison oak as well.

Fulvic Acid Safety & Interaction Information
It is important to use only as directed. If you are pregnant, nursing or have a serious medical condition consult a health professional before use. Children should not use Fulvic Acid.

Fulvic acid - the component that makes minerals and nutrients absorbable by the body.

Fulvic Acid is one of the most crucial factors in the reversal and prevention of disease, as well as the maintenance of good health. This miracle molecule passes through cell walls with ease, unlike colloidals which are too large to be used easily by cells. Vital Earth's liquid minerals are organic and plant derived, and they're more absorbable than colloidals. By adding this important component to all our liquids, we have increased absorption and bio-availability, giving Vital Earth some of the most effective products on the market today.

Fulvic Acid:
  • detoxifies pollutants
  • increases enzyme activity
  • balances hormones
  • changes the metabolism of carbohydrates
  • intensifies the metabolism of proteins
  • stimulates the immune system
  • increases assimilation and utilization of nutrients
  • energizes cells

Fulvic Acid, a natural ionic molecule, is rapidly being recognized as one of the key elements in many scientific breakthroughs of the 21st century. It is one of the most crucial factors in the reversal and p

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