FULVIC ACID BENEFITS
Increased energy. It’s a ferocious anti-oxidant and free radical scavenger. Chelates heavy metals and body toxins, removing them from the body. Transports nutrients into the cells. Extends the time nutrients remain active – potentiates the availability of essential nutrients. Increases metabolism of proteins, contributing to DNA and RNA synthesis. It’s a powerful natural electrolyte. Restores electrochemical balance. Increases activity of a host of enzyme systems. Helps rebuild the immune system. Increases the bio-availability of nutrients and minerals. Restores, rejuvenate and repairs the skin and body from the inside.
Fulvic acid -Liquid
FULVIC ACID BENEFITS
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Store in cool dry place below 25°C. Dosage: Adults – 1 Tablespoon per day
People less than 45kg – 7,5ml per day
Fulvic Acid, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Minerals, trace elements
In the beginning, the earth was blessed with rich, fertile soil and lush vegetation. The soil was teaming with microbes — bacteria, fungi, and protozoa, to name a few. In the perfect cycle of life, microbes in the soil break down dead plant material and create substances and nutrients that nourish plants. When humans eat these plants, we enjoy the nutrients that they provide
The microbes in the soil make the hidden treasure called fulvic acid, the miracle of life. Fulvic acid is not a vitamin or a mineral and science cannot synthesize this substance in a laboratory. Our bodies require it for optimal health, but, we no longer get fulvic acid in adequate amounts from our food.
Fulvic acids can be found in compost or peat, lignite (brown coal which gives inferior fulvic acid) or ancient humic deposits that come from deep within the earth. Unlike other deposits formed over time deep below the earth’s surface, like coal, oil and natural gas, humic deposits are safe, providing powerful compounds that provide an impressive number of benefits for plants, humans and animals.
- enhances the body’s absorption of vitamins and minerals
- anti-inflammatory effects
- improves many aspects of eczema
- speeds skin healing
- enhances healing of wounds infected with drug-resistant pathogens
- protects against free radical damage as an antioxidant
- anti-aging benefits
- improves gut flora and gut health
- anti-diarrheal effects in animals and humans
- improves energy levels
- reduces oxidative stress
- useful in treatment of osteoarthritis patients
- shows antiviral activity, interfering with a virus’ ability to attach to a host cell, penetrate the host cell, and reproduce itself
- displays antimicrobial activity
- displays antifungal activity
- effective for the management of oral biofilm infections
- anti-aging effect on the skin, increasing fibroblast viability and reducing collagen degradation
- neuroprotective, improves memory and brain function
- supports the immune system
- stimulates metabolism
- cleanses toxins and heavy metals from the body
- shows immunomodulatory activity
- modulates homocysteine and pro-inflammatory mediators linked to atherosclerosis
- promotes ulcer healing
We never had to worry about getting enough fulvic acid, it simply existed in our soil and in our food, since time began. Fertile soil, and the microbial life within it, is a highly valuable natural resource that is critical for food security and for human health. Fertile soil is teaming with microbial life (it is interesting to note that there are more bacteria in two spoonfuls of rich, fertile soil than there are humans on planet earth). Sustainable farming practices that add compost and organic compounds to the soil help create a robust microbial community. Microbes are required for the cycle of life. They work to break down plant and animal matter, and over hundreds and thousands of years, fulvic acid is one of the end products of decomposition.
Common agricultural practices cause the loss of fulvic acid in food and the progressive deterioration of human health
Fulvic acid’s small molecular weight coupled with the fact that it is water soluble at all pH levels, makes it superior for working in the body to:
- deliver nutrients
- bring antioxidant benefits
- remove cellular waste products and toxins
Fulvic acid is nature’s answer to the problem that man has created with over-farming and the production of processed foods.
- Combine fulvic acid with other plant compounds, like spirulina in water, to enhance the benefits.
- Add fulvic acid to a smoothie or antioxidant superfood supplement drink.
- Take fulvic acid with herbs, medicinal mushrooms or essential oils suitable for internal consumption.
- Topically, use fulvic acid in a natural healing salve recipe including plant extracts known to support the skin’s healing.
No medical claims made.
Pregnant women should consult a doctor.
Keep out of reach of children.