Fulvic Acid - Known as ‘Nature’s most powerful organic electrolyte’

Electrolytes are an essential mineral for cellular production. Without electrolytes, you will feel lethargic and fatigued, and even experience nausea, headaches and confusion. This is a sign that your cells are rupturing and disintegrating from the lack of hydration. When Fulvic Acid is introduced, the cell is reconstructed and becomes active and healthy again.

Fulvic Acids' role is to make nutrients and minerals bioavailable so that they can be easily absorbed into the cells. It can also help nutrients and minerals become readily absorbable by chelating them through breaking them down into simplest ionic forms. 

Transport Nutrients: Fulvic Acid has the ability to dissolve and transport vitamins, minerals, hormones and other natural antibiotics through the body. Take Iron for example. Iron is a mineral found in every cell in your body, it is essential to make hemoglobin in our blood cells. Iron is however not an easily mobile mineral, but it can be easily transported through plant structures. This is where Fulvic Acid comes in, derived from soil. Many plants manufacture many of their own vitamins, which are produced by bacteria, fungi and other elements in decomposing vegetation in soil.  When ingested these nutrients are easily absorbed by the human body and our Fulvic Acid can carry several times its weight in dissolved minerals and health elements. 

Metabolism: Our body absorbs nutrients and minerals through the large intestine through a process called osmosis. Soluble sugars that your body ingests increases the pressure of osmosis inside the cell wall, to help prolong the life of the cell but also stimulating our immune system. Fulvic Acid accumulates the soluble sugars by changing the pattern of the metabolism of carbohydrates. *** 

Humic Deposits: Humic deposits carry the greatest amount of fulvic acid and are so rare that they can only be found in the richest parts of the world. They are formed by ancient decomposed vegetation where the top soil has not yet been  reached by the chemicals and fertilizers human kind has known to proactively use.