Fulvic Acid's Surprising Qualities & Capabilities
1. Fulvic Acid Is One Of Nature's Most Powerful Life Restorers
The Fulvic Acid Group, natural organic electrolytes, can balance, activate
and energize the biological properties with whatever organic material
it comes into contact. An electrolyte is soluble in water or any other
similar medium able to conduct electrical current. The power of an electrolyte
has been shown to have the ability to restore life in repeated tests
on animal cells (giant amoebae) in what astonished researchers termed "a
beautiful demonstration". When the electrolyte potential was removed
during the test, the cell ruptured, disintegrated into the surrounding
fluid and died. When electrical potential was reintroduced, the cell
reconstructed and returned to healthy activity! It was also determined
from these same studies that comparable results could be expected of
the progressive weakness experienced by humans that results from unchecked
hemorrhage, overwhelming emotional stress, uncontrolled infections, unbalanced
diet, prolonged loss of sleep and surgical shock. These examples all
show that a steady decrease in electrical potential in the body eventually
will reduce to zero at death. These studies prove that the health of
plants, animals and humans is determined by proper electrical potential.
The Fulvic Acid Group's individual acids all have similar physical and chemical
characteristics. Fulvic Acids are derived from humus Humus contains a large
number of natural phyto-chemicals, bio-chemicals, supercharged antioxidants,
nutrients, free-radical scavengers, super oxide dismutases, enzymes, hormones,
amino acids, antibiotics, fungicides and antivirals.
Fulvic Acid has proved to be one of nature's most powerful organic electrolytes
and it serves to balance cell life. When powerful organic electrolytes
are introduced, the individual cell is restored to its normal chemical
balance and its electrical potential where otherwise disintegration and
death would normally occur within plant and animal cells. Because Fulvic
Acid has the outstanding ability to accomplish this objective in multiple
ways, it is required for health in any organic system or body. Nature's
way to process and refine minerals, “chelate” metallic minerals and turn
them into readily absorbable bio-available forms is called the Fulvic
2. Fulvic Acid Promotes Electro-Chemical Balance Whether Donor Or Receptor
Electro-chemical balance is required for health in any organic system
or body.Fulvic Acid is available at times as an electron donor and at
other times as an electron acceptor, based on the cell's requirements
for balance. One of the reactions that occur is always an oxidation reaction
in which the chemical species loses electrons as a donor. The other reaction
is a reduction in which the active species gains electrons as an acceptor.
A recent study of the binding of a donor molecule to Fulvic Acid in solution
revealed direct evidence for donor-acceptor charge-transfer mechanisms.
Trace minerals in the Fulvic Acid electrolyte could also be beneficial
in this process serving as electrodes.
3. Fulvic Acid Dissolves Minerals & Trace Elements
Fulvic Acid actively dissolves minerals and metals when in solution
with water. Metallic minerals simply dissolve into the fulvic structure
and become bio-chemically reactive and-mobile.
4. Fulvic Acid Forms Complex Molecular Structures
The Fulvic Acid actually transforms these minerals and metals into elaborate
Fulvic Acid complex molecular structures that have vastly different characteristics
from their previous metallic mineral form. Fulvic Acid also has the unique
ability to weather and dissolve silica into an assimilable form when
found in the soil with which it comes into contact.
5. Fulvic Acid Enhances Availability
Fulvic Acid enhances the availability of nutrients and makes them more
readily absorbable. It also allows minerals to regenerate and prolongs
the residence time of essential nutrients. It prepares nutrients to be
utilized by cells. It allows nutrients to inter-react with one another
and breaks them down into the simplest ionic forms chelated by-the-fulvic-acid-electrolyte.
6. Fulvic Acid Catalyzes Enzyme Reactions
Fulvic Acid can also increase enzyme activity and act as both a donor
or as an acceptor to supply electro-chemical balance to a cell. It increases
the activity of several enzymes such as transaminase, invertase and alkaline
7. Fulvic Acid Increases Assimilation
Fulvic Acid metal organic complexes are relatively heavy and because
of this, they have small molecular size and can easily penetrate cells.
Fulvic Acid complexes and chelates are readily able to pass through semi-permeable
membranes such as cell walls. Yet it is important to note that Fulvic
Acid not only has the ability to transport nutrients through cell walls,
it can also sensitize cell membranes and various other physiological
8. Fulvic Acid Stimulates Metabolism
Fulvic Acid appears to cause the genetic mechanism of plants to function
at a higher level. Any means by which plant cells are exposed to Fulvic
Acid can improve growth. Oxygen is absorbed more intensely in the presence
of Fulvic Acids. Fulvic Acid helps to penetrate roots and then quickly
transports to the shoots of plants. Fulvic Acid relieves oxygen deficiency
and increases the vital activity of cells. Fulvic Acids' change the pattern
of the metabolism of carbohydrates results in an accumulation of soluble
sugars. These soluble sugars increase the osmotic pressure inside the
cell wall and enable plants to withstand wilting. Fulvic Acid enhances
growth and may stimulate the immune system.
9. Fulvic Acid Detoxifies Pollutants
An important quality of humic substances is related to their sorptive
interaction with environmental chemicals either before or after they
reach concentrations toxic to living organisms. The toxic herbicide known
as Paraquat is rapidly detoxified by humic substances (Fulvic Acid).
Fulvic Acids function specially on the demise of organic compounds when
applied to soil as pesticides. It has been established that Fulvic Acid
is vital to aid the formation of new species of metal ions that bind
with organic pollutants such as pesticides and herbicides to catalyze
the breakdown of toxic pollutants. Fulvic Acids restore electrical balance
to damaged cells and can eliminate food poisoning within minutes. Radioactive
substances react rapidly with Fulvic Acid to reach quickly an equilibrium.
All radioactive elements are capable of reacting with Fulvic Acid and
thus they will form organo-metalic complex molecules of differing adsorptive
stability and solubility.
Fulvic Acids are especially important because of their ability to form complexes
of, or chelate, metal ions and interact with silica. They have the ability
to bio-react with one another and also to inter-react with cells to synthesize
or even transmute new mineral compounds. Fulvic Acids act as specific cell
sensitizing agents and enhance the cell membrane's permeability. They stimulate
and balance cells to create optimum growth and replication conditions.
10. Fulvic Acid Increases Metabolism Of Proteins
Fulvic Acid intensifies the metabolism of proteins, RNA and DNA. Fulvic
Acid definitely increases DNA content in cells and increases and enhances
the rate of RNA synthesis.
11. Fulvic Acid Catalyzes Vitamins Within The Cell
Fulvic Acid has the ability to introduce vitamins into its structure
where they are presented to the cell in combination with complex mineral
structures. In this perfect natural condition they can be catalyzed and
utilized by the cell. In the absence of adequate trace minerals all vitamins
are unable to perform their proper functions.
12. Fulvic Acid Greatly Enhances Bioavailability Of Important Trace
Our bodies do not easily assimilate many mineral supplements. Scientists
believe that mineral deficiency subjects our animals as well as us to
more diseases, aging, sickness and destruction of our physical well being
than any other personal health factor. A U. S. Senate study showed that
99% of Americans are deficient in minerals and trace elements.
13. Fulvic Acid Chelates Monovalent & Divalent Elements To Which
It Is Exposed
Fulvic Acid has the power to form stable water-soluble complex structures
with mono-valent, divalent, trivalent, and polyvalent metal ions. It
can aid the actual movement of metal ions that are normally difficult
to mobilize or transport. Fulvic Acids are excellent natural chelators
and cation exchangers and are vitally important in the nutrition of cells.