We receive this medicinal substance from vegetables, but the environmental impact makes its availability increasingly scarce. Therefore, its consumption today is mainly through food supplements.
BY DEFINITION, IT IS A WATER-SOLUBLE, LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT NATURAL ORGANIC SUBSTANCE THAT IS DERIVED FROM HUMUS. IT HAS A HOST OF HEALING BENEFITS THAT YOU WILL KNOW BELOW.
Researchers and basic clinical studies on fulvic acid, derived from the humic acid, have proven to be an effective and safe remedy to treat a wide range of diseases. This realization has raised curiosity and scientific interests. To talk about fulvic acids, we must talk about the organic matter in the soil. From the origins of agriculture, the benefits that organic matter contributes to the productivity of soils are recognized. These benefits have been the subject of controversy for centuries, and in some cases, they still remain.
Many of the effects of organic matter have been well documented scientifically, but in some cases, they are so intimately associated with other soil factors, that it is difficult to attribute them exclusively to organic matter. In fact, the soil is a complex system (although its composition is exclusively Akadama), multicomponent, with an interaction between the different materials that make it up, and its properties are the result of these interactions.
Uses, benefits, and properties of fulvic acid
As an anti-inflammatory agent:
The effectiveness of hydrogenated cortisone in relation to fulvic acid varies with the location of its source and the extraction method. Moderates ulcerous conditions based on its anti-inflammatory nature and its healing capacity.
Stimulates and enhances blood circulation:
Many diseases are caused by the malfunction of circulation in the capillary blood system. The fulvic acid therapeutic effect is a result of its ability to restore and improve it. It also serves as a coagulant when there are hemorrhages.
Cure digestive ulcers:
The curative effects of fulvic acid are the result of its ability to stimulate blood circulation in the stomach wall and its ability to inhibit the secretion of acid-producing cells. It also stimulates the secretion of glands that have the ability to protect the inner wall of the stomach, preventing ulcers.
Used in immunology:
With the injection of fulvic acid in the abdominal region, the size of the thymus increases in experimental animals, together with the increase in the activity of the macrophage. A dosage of 5 mg/kg of weight, injected in the abdominal region is beneficial. However, dosages greater than 50 mg / Kg. showed the opposite effect, that is, the size of the thymus is reduced.
Effects of endocrinology:
Fulvic acid regulates the abnormal secretion of thyroid hormone.
It is anticarcinogenic:
In general, it does not kill cancer cells but rather serves as a regulating agent in the immune system. It can be used in conjunction with other medicines for the treatment of cancer.
Clinical treatments of fulvic acid those are successful
The Corneal infection, acute gastrointestinal hemorrhage, skin ulcers, rheumatoid arthritis, hemorrhoids, esophageal cancer, overactive thyroid are all treated with it.
Origin of this organic substance
The sources of minerals derived from plants are known as the humic soil substrate or humic deposits and are usually in the upper layers of the soil. Humus is produced from decaying plant sources. When these deposits contain bioavailable elements, soluble in water, they will also contain humic acids. Fulvic acid is a type of them. Humic acids are a complex mixture of organic material, coming from the leaves, branches, and trunks that fall on the ground. The fulvic acid production process is carried out by microorganisms and fungi.
These acids have the property of forming very low molecular weight compounds with positively charged ions, a process known as chelation. Mineral compounds are highly absorbable by plants and animals. This natural chelation process allows plants to store both vitamins and minerals. Therefore, the amount of ionic minerals absorbed by humans, when combined with the fulvic acid, is much greater than the absorption achieved through the use of traditional tablets or capsules.
The colloidal minerals derived from plants, do not contain toxic elements -such as arsenic or mercury-. They are safe and can be used with confidence. The natural chelation process with fulvic acids carries out an organic transmutation process to transform the chemical properties of the ionic elements allowing them to remain in elemental form.
This process is common in nature. An example is the ionic combination of sodium and chlorine. Both, in their elemental form, are toxic, but when combined naturally, they form sodium chloride, which is a very useful compound. Sodium chloride is the table salt that we use daily. Other elements, with potential for toxicity, such as iron, are required by the body. An excess of elemental iron leads to several disease conditions, known as hemosiderosis. But when an iron is combined with a protein known as globin and a ring known as heme, hemoglobin is formed, which is essential for life.
In the ionic compounds found in soils, fulvic acid is the main factor in organic transmutation. The label of vitamin supplements lists heavy metals because even when these are combined with the fulvic acid, in the process of chemical analysis, the elements are detected. Once again, when the ionic minerals react with the fulvic acid and the photosynthesis process is carried out, the ions change from an inorganic to organic state and their chemical properties change with it.
Great absorption capacity
Fulvic acid is present in colloidal minerals derived from plants. While several mineral supplements, available in granules or tablets, are attributed a large number of components, these can never be compared with the safety and absorption of colloidal minerals. It should be noted that fulvic acid can contain up to 60 different types of mineral compounds. When the positively charged minerals are absorbed by the plants, the association with fulvic acid converts them into negatively charged compounds. Although the process and effects of transmutation are known, the current mechanism by which fulvic acid transmutes the elements is not known.
The acid increases the bioavailability
It has the ability to make vitamins and minerals more absorbable, by producing complexes that are easily transported by the cells of the roots and intestine.