Analysis of Fulvic Acid
An accurate evaluation of the trace minerals and elements in the chelated structure is restricted and is complicated by the fact that no scientific attempts to identify its molecular structure have succeeded to date. It is known that Fulvic acid is a substance that is continuously formed by microbes from decaying plant and animal matter.
Many of the beneficial effects of Fulvic acid to plants, animals and humans are also known and the list and testimonies is increasingly growing with dramatic outcomes. Still only the microbes which formed Fulvic acid know how to make it and how it is structured. Every human attempt to either duplicate it or unmask its structure has failed. Truly a molecule of wondrous nature and a gift to mankind.
Though Fulvic acid is usually found having a molecular weight of less than 700, it is capable of complexing or chelating 2 or 6 times more metals than other higher molecular weight complexing agents.
Russian and other scientists conducted some comparative studies on weathering which involved the chelation of inorganic minerals into the Fulvic acid complex. The Fulvic acid was brought to a neutral solution by the 100th day of the testing but continued to actively chelate through 200 days. Another 200 days were added to the experiment and the chelating action still continued, the experiment was concluded without knowing how long the action would continue. Truly dynamic as the maturing of Fulvic keeps going till consumed.
What happens in the Cell when Fulvic acid Enters?
It is a known fact that Fulvic acid readily admits itself into living cells. This may be part to its molecular weight. Its electrical potential, its bio transporting ability are factors still being discovered on an ongoing bases. It is known, however, that once inside the living cell it participates in selective trading or supply of minerals and other nutrient factors inside the cell. In addition to supplying essential nutrients to the cell it has been shown that the Fulvic acid can chelate toxins inside the living cell reducing them to a harmless state. The Fulvic and Humic acids are effective in neutralizing such a wide range of toxic materials from heavy metals, radioactive waste, petrochemicals and industrial waste that tests are soon to be conducted on a new system designed to compost land fill refuse using the Fulvic and Humic acids to safely render all toxins harmless. On the cellular level, Fulvic acid is superior for neutralizing toxins, heavy metals and other harmful substances, and carrying these intruders out of the body. The detox process personified.
Does conventional testing of Fulvic acid teach us about the complex structure of this molecule?
Having established the ability of Fulvic acid to chelate or complex with minerals and other micro-nutrients, and its ability to carry these factors into the cells while picking up harmful substances in exchange for safe disposal out of the cell, let us now turn to the challenge of finding out what the Fulvic acid had chelated with. Reports from a distributor of a mineral solution which contained an unknown amount of Fulvic revealed that conventional Mass Spec tests submitted to several laboratories resulted in large variations for the same sample of material. These tests was done after each other showing that Fulvic acid keeps chelating with time. Thus maturing with time. The key to this riddle, why this happen is yet to be discovered and announced to the scientific community. It may be reasonable to assume that his discovery will appear upon the heal of the discovery of the molecular structure of Fulvic & Humic acids.
Two major international producers of Fulvic acid did lab analysis of Mineral Extracts. This is what they found:
Westwood Enterprises say this about their analysis:
“Through the cross reference of various tests we have run on the Fulvic acid mineral complex that we produce, we are confident that it contains 60 trace minerals. The nature of our source for Fulvic acid clearly reveals that it is resting in the material from which it was originally formed by microbes. This fact insures that it has chelated all the elements in its complex from the balance of these elements which exist in living things”.
T.J. Clark & Company says this wrt the same analysis:
“Using the metal assay (analysis), as a tool to select a trace mineral product for human consumption is not valid use, except to show the levels of potentially toxic metals.”
“We do have various Mass Spec Laboratory reviews that were done on our product. The tests differ significantly in our one lab from test to test on the same sample.”
T.J. Clark & Company
“There are literally millions of potential complexes that can exist in this environment. It is impossible to break these colloids down into a recipe or structure and give an accurate picture. Many of these complexes have not been identified and the knowledge does not exist to explain their function”.
“In reviewing our Mass Spec Laboratory reports for publishing, we have determined that they do also contain confidential information relating to and combined with proprietary research on new product of Fulvic acid which are yet unknown to the industry. Reports for public review will also be available in the future”.
C.J. Clark & Company
“With a standard method of testing, known as spectroscopy, results are only approximate and variable from lab to lab. To our knowledge there are only two super electron microscopes in the USA that could possibly detect particles down to the size of the very small colloids found in Fulvic acid.
Research report by Supreme Fulvic, LLC