Fulvic Acid is a major component of Humic Acid, which is extracted from ancient organic deposits that were formed long before there was pollution or any man-made chemicals.
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Ingredients and benefits:
It is created at a plant’s roots and its main function is to convert inorganic minerals and nutrients into organic form so that they can be utilised by the plant. It is one substance without which there would be no plant, animal or human life on earth.
Once the inorganic minerals have been converted to organic form, Fulvic Acid then actively transports the nutrients into the cells of the plant. It can perform the same functions in the human body.
Modern farming methods have reduced the amount of the levels of Fulvic Acid available in foods to negligible amounts, leading to nutritional deficiencies and, as a result, to a host of diseases in humans. By supplementing our diet with this substance, we can benefit from the following well-researched effects.
Fulvic Acid has been called ‘the giver of life. It is one of the best electrolytes known and is able to restore electrical potential to our cells. Disease and electronic pollution decreases our electrical potential and therefore our efficient functioning and well-being.
All in all, Fulvic Acid is a truly remarkable substance that is essential for our health and well-being!
This information is provided for educational purposes only. All medical conditions must be diagnosed and treated by a qualified health professional. No medical claims are made.