A naturally occurring material that is rich in humified organic matter and Fulvic Acid. Researchers have indicated that Fulvic Acid has high chelating ability, making useful minerals and metals to be easily absorbed through a plant’s cell walls. Liquid Fulvic is compatible with a higher level of a plant’s genetic mechanism, improving its growth, liquid fertilizers, micronutrients, pesticides and water.
What is Fulvic Acid?
Fulvic Acids are naturally occurring organic acids that are part of the structure of rich soil. It is an acid created in extremely small amounts by the action of millions of beneficial microbes, working on a soil environment with adequate oxygen. It is of low molecular weight and is biologically very active.
Fulvic Acid usually carries 70 or more minerals and trace elements as part of its molecular complexes. These are then an ideal natural form to be absorbed by plants’ roots and interact with living cells.
Plants readily absorb high amounts of Fulvic Acid, and maintain it in their structure. This is why you do NOT add minerals to Fulvic Acid. Your minerals should already contain the Fulvic Acid in a naturally occurring form and quantity.
According to Mother Nature, the ideal amount of naturally occurring Fulvic Acid is approximately 6%.
Plants, the Soil and your Health: The primary reason is that the soils that are used to grow our fruits and vegetables today have been depleted of their natural resources. Soil no longer has the abundant vitamins, minerals and other nutrients that it once did.
A second reason that our plants fail to nourish us properly is that the soul has been depleted of beneficial microbes. These microbes are necessary for plants to convert inorganic substances to organic. Without this conversion, the plants become deficient in minerals. This means that those who eat the plants can also become deficient.
Plants absorb minerals; their bioelectrical polarity is changed to a negative charge. Whenever normally toxic minerals, such as iodine, are absorbed and transformed by plants, they become non-toxic. It may be the chelation factor that accounts for the ability of Fulvic Acid to neutralize the toxicity of heavy metals such as lead. The actual mechanism that Fulvic Acid uses to chelate minerals has yet to be ascertained. Although we know that this neutralization happens, the mechanics of the process are still one of nature’s secrets – a secret that we benefit from.
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