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Fulvic Acid

component of humus

Fulvic Acid

Other Name(s):

Humic Acid; CAS# 479-66-3; Shilajit

Fulvic Acid, like other humic substances, occurs naturally in soil and compost. Peat soil is higher in Fulvic Acid than most other soil types and over thousands of years as peat was compacted into coal, the fulvic contents became more concentrated. As such, the most common source of commercially available Fulvic Acid is coal.

Is Fulvic Acid Faithful to Nature?

Yes.

Fulvic Acid is a natural ingredient with a long history of traditional use in Ayurveda.

Benefits: Why is Fulvic Acid Used?

Digestive Aid

Fulvic Acid is used in Ayurveda to aid digestion.

Immune Booster

Fulvic Acid may help strengthen a healthy immune system.

Anti-inflammatory

There is ongoing research that looks as Fuliv Acid as a means to prevent chronic inflammatory diseases.

Cell Metabolism

Fulvic Acid can encourage cell metabolism and help with transporting nutrients to the skin, assisting with a cleaner, rejuvenated complexion.

Fulvic Acid is found on store shelves as a single-active supplement or as part of complex supplement formulations. Fulvic Acid is starting to see some adoption in facial care products like face washes and moisturisers but is still only available rarely.

Fulvic Acid can be isolated from soil using sodium hydroxide

New advancements in manufacturing show that it's possible to derive fulvic acid from sugar.

Notice: The information provided here is not intended as medical advice and is for educational purposes only.

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