Fulvic Acid 1 is an organic natural electrolyte that can balance and energize biological organisms. It 2 is an electrolytic substance that is soluble in water or other appropriate mediums that is capable of conducting electrical current. 3 The power of an electrolyte that has been shown in separate tests on animal cells (giant amoebae); to be able to restore life in what researchers termed 'a beautiful demonstration' and 'astonishing.' When the electrolyte potential was taken away during the test, the cell ruptured and disintegrated into thesurrounding fluids causing death. These studies showconvincingly that the physical well being upon reintroducing electrical potential, enabling cells reconstruction to become active and healthy.
It was also determined from these same studies, that similar results could be expected of the progressive weakness among humans resulting from: unchecked hemorrhages, overwhelming emotional stress, uncontrolled infections, unbalanced diet, prolonged loss of
sleep, and surgical shock. These examples are all accompanied by a steady decrease in electrical potential that can eventually be reduced
to zero at death. These studies show convincingly that the physical well being of plants, animals, and humans is determined by proper
electrical potential. S Fulvic acid has proven to be a powerful organic electrolyte, serving to balance cell life. If the individual cell is restored
to its normal chemical balance thereby turning its electrical potential, we will have given life where death and disintegration would normally
occur within plant and animal cell. 6 Fulvic acid has the outstanding ability to accomplish this objective in numerous ways.
Promotes Electrochemical Balance as Donor or Receptor
Fulvic acid is available at times as an electron donor and at other times as an electron acceptor, based on the cells requirement for balance. One reaction that occurs is when the chemical species loose electrons as a donor. 'Hie other reaction is a reduction in which the active species gains electrons as an acceptor. A recent study of the binding donor molecule tofulvic acid in a solution revealed direct evidence for donor- acceptor charge transfer mechanisms. Trace minerals in the fulvic acid electrolyte could also be beneficial in this process by serving as electrode.
Most Powerful Natural Free Radical Scavenger & Antioxidant Known
Free radicals of fulvic acid behave as electron donors or acceptors, depending upon the need for balance in the situation.1 3 Fulvic acid
can in some ways take part in oxidation-reduction with transition metals reactions.
Complexes Dissolve Minerals& Trace Elements
Fulvic acid is especially active in dissolving minerals and metals when solutions are in water. The metallic minerals simply dissolve into ionic
form, and disappear into the fulvic structure becoming bio-chemically reactive and mobile. The fulvic acid actually transforms these minerals and metals into elaborate fulvic acid molecular complexes that have vastly different characteristics from their previous metallic mineral form. Fulvic acid is nature's way oP'chelating' metallic minerals, turning them into readily absorbable bio-available form. Fulvic acid also has the unique ability to weather and dissolve silica that it comes in contact with.
Fulvicacid enhances the availability of nutrients and makes them more readily absorbable, allowing minerals to regenerate and prolong time
of essential nutrients.lt prepares minerals to react with cells and allows minerals to inter-react with one another, breaking them down into the simplest ionic form, chelated by the fulvicacid electrolytes.
Fulvic acid readily complexes with minerals and metals making them available to plant roots and easily absorbable through cell
walls. It makes minerals such as iron, that are not usually very mobile, easily transported through plant structures. Fulvic acids dissolve
and transpose vitamins, coenzymes, auxins, hormones, and natural antibiotics 18 that are generally found throughout the soil making
them available. These substances are effective in stimulating even more vigorous and healthy growth,19 producing certain bacteria,
fungi, and actinomyceles in decomposing vegetation in the soil. It has been determined that all known vitamins can be present in healthy
soil. 20 Plants manufacture many of their own vitamins,yet these from the soil further supplement the plant. Upon ingestion animals and
humans easily absorb these nutrients, due to the fact that they are in the perfect natural plant form as nature intended.Fulvic acid can often transport many times its weight in dissolved mineral elements.
Catalyzes Enzyme Reactions
Fulvic acid has close association with enzymes 23 that increases activity of enzymes and especially influences respiratory catalysts. Fulvic acids increase the activity of several enzymes including alkaline phosphates, transaminase, and invertase.
Fulvic acid organic metal complexes are of a low molecular weight low molecular size, and are capable of a high degree of penetration
into cells. Fulvic acid complexes and chelates are able to readily pass through semi-permeable membranes such as cell walls. It is important to note its been determined that fulvic acids not only has the ability to transport nutrients through cell membranes, but also sensitizes cell membranes and various physiological functions as well.
Fulvic acid appears to cause the genetic mechanism of plants to function at a higher level. It has been concluded that when plant
cells are exposed to fulvic acid it can improve growth. Oxygen is absorbed more intensely in the presence of fulvic acids. Fulvic acid
aids in penetrating plant roots, relieves oxygen deficiency, increases the vital activity of cells, and changes the pattern of the metabolism of carbohydrates, resulting, in an accumulation of soluble sugars.