From reading the past 4 chapters, I’m positive you are starting to understand this amazing product.
In the past chapters we have covered Fulvic acid’s major attributes, its origin and an overview of this molecule. We will delve into more information over the next few chapters, enjoy the read….
Growth & Maintenance Nutrients
Scientists have identifies 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.
Total deficiencies in one or more of the growth and maintenance nutrients which human cells need for healthful metabolism is now a rare occurrence, but substantial deficiencies in the growth and maintenance nutrients is a common factor to every degenerative disease we experience.
Sick Soils, Sick Plants, Sick People
All naturally fertile soils contain adequate amounts of Humic and Fulvic acid produced by resident microbes within the soil. Humic and Fulvic acid assists the plant in obtaining its complete nutrition. In the market today, food quality is sacrificed for food quantity. Farmers are influenced to produce in vast quantities and excessive amounts of nitrate fertilizers are being used. This stuns and destroys the indigenous microbial life within the soil. When microbial life is inhibited or destroyed, vital Humic and Fulvic acids are exhausted.
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. Pests were created to eat diseased plants, however, now causing an increased infestation because of the increased quantity of crops being made available. This in turn forces the farmer to use more fertilizer and this further affects the soil.
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 our tables.
The Vitamin Connection
New breakthroughs are just beginning to emerge in the use of increased dosages for treatment of some ailments. It should be noted that vitamins can not complete their function in the cell 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 bioavailable form used by cells as needed. These trace minerals serve as catalysts to vitamins within the cell. In addition, Fulvic acid is the most efficient transporter of vitamins into the cells.
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. 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.
Free Radicals & Antioxidants
Free radicals are highly reactive molecules or fragments of molecules that contain one or more unpaired electrons. They circulate through the body causing great mischief in bonding to and injuring the tissues. In addition to destroying tissue, they magnify the probability that injured cells will become susceptible to a great many infections and disease or mutate and cause cancer.
Fulvic Acid and the Free Radical Connection
For an 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. The free radical scavenger is itself a free radical or it could not mate and neutralize the destructive effects of free radicals.
Who Wears the White Hat?
Fulvic acid is a powerful natural electrolyte that acts 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 radical.
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.
Reported claims of the benefits of Fulvic acid, for internal use, are astonishing;
- 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
- Help rebuild the immune system
Reported claims of benefits of Fulvic acid, for external use are;
- 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 antimicrobial 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
Research report by Supreme Fulvic, LLC