Fulvic acid is truly a remarkable natural compound. Not well known to general public but studied extensively by scientists and researchers around the world, it is a substance as critical to life as oxygen, water and sun rays. Plants would not be able to exist without fulvic acid and, with no plants, there would be no animal and human life on earth.
Fulvic acid is found in soil and plants, where it carries out two indispensable functions: to absorb from soil minerals and trace elements and all nutritional and remedial components left there by microbial action, and to transfer this valuable content into plants cells, where it is metabolised and used for healthy growth. When plants die and eventually decompose, they return their mineral, nutritional and remedial value, fulvic acid including, back to soil and the cycle repeats itself again.
Just as it works for plants, fulvic acid has a very similar action, and an associated spectrum of outstanding benefits, for humans and animals – all life forms on earth share very similar building blocks: living cells.