Fulvic Acid in Plants

Fulvic Acid

Millions of year ago, our planet featured rich soil that was packed with nutrients and minerals. As a result, the plants that were grown in this soil were also nutrient-rich. These plants contained fulvic acid, a substance that occurs naturally and is known for a wide variety of health benefits, including better absorption rates for minerals, boosting the immune system and increasing energy.

Unfortunately, years of poor farming techniques and erosion have caused the vast majority of our soil today to be seriously lacking in nutrients and minerals. Current agricultural trends favor quantity over quality, which ensures that more and more of the plants we eat contain fewer and fewer essential minerals. Fertilizers magnify this problem, even organic foods often lack the nutrients our body needs for survival.

The situation with our agricultural crops today means that most people lack the fulvic acid they need to live a healthy life. Our plants no longer are rich in trace minerals and fulvic acids. However, they are found in rock formations which are millions of years old. The rocks were formed as plants decayed and were compressed into sheets. Fortunately for us, these deposits are rich in the fulvic acid from the rich soil and decomposed rainforests from millions of years ago. To this day, the fulvic acid can be extracted from these formations and sold as a health supplement to people all over the world.

Fulvic acid minerals have become a necessary replacement for the lack of these important substances in our plant life today. It will take great efforts to renourish our soils. However, we can take advantage of the supply of fulvic acid which still remains from ancient plant life. Thanks to these supplements, millions of people are able to experience the amazing health benefits of fulvic acid on a daily basis.

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