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Fulvic Acid Benefits and Side Effects

Updated on August 21, 2015
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What Is Fulvic Acid?


In a few rare locations around the globe, humic deposits can be found in the soil. These deposits are remains from ancient times when soil was rich with nutrients and vegetation was abundant and lush. The deposits found today were never able to turn into coal or oil and can actually be quite rare. They possess valuable deposits within themselves, specifically, the miracle molecule known as fulvic acid. Fulvic acid is a remarkable substance that can help to prevent or rectify a number of common health problems. It is also very helpful in improving the absorption of nutrients and aiding in the detoxification of cells.

In nature, fulvic acid is found bound with trace minerals. Fulvic minerals contain many amino acids, enzymes, natural antibiotics, natural antivirals, nutrients, supercharged antioxidants and more. This rare organic electrolyte is formulated by millions of microbes. It forms naturally in plants and soil where a sufficient level of oxygen is present. When this rare acid is taken as a nutritional supplement, it offers numerous health benefits.

What are the health benefits of taking fulvic acid?

As a nutritional supplement, fulvic acid is consumed in a liquid form and is part of a grouping of mineral colloids. Consumption of this natural electrolyte can help with production of enzymes. It assists with hormone structures and further, it is essential for optimizing vitamin usage. Fulvic acid also plays a key role in carrying out certain metabolic processes; it can correct cell imbalances and has been noted as one of the most powerful natural antioxidants and free radical scavengers in existence up to this point. Another strong characteristic of this electrolyte is its low molecular weight. This makes transporting vitamins and minerals simple and its size does not limit its ability to carry large quantities. This electrolyte is capable of transporting over 60 times its weight in vitamins and minerals and has also been proven to enhance the absorption of these nutrients. Other benefits of consuming fulvic acid include higher levels or energy and a more active metabolism, healthier skin and nails, improved levels of concentration and focus and a stronger immune system.

What are the side effects of taking fulvic acid?

Depending on the current level of toxins, impurities and imbalances present in your body, what is referred to as a healing crisis may occur. The healing crisis could begin immediately after you begin incorporating fulvic acid into your diet, it may occur within several weeks or no symptoms may ever be present. It is dependent upon each person individually. This, however, should not come as a concern to anyone interested in adding this naturally occurring electrolyte to their diet. The healing crisis is actually a good thing. It means that your body is working to slowing cleanse itself of any toxins, impurities and imbalances that may be present. It does so by dumping these elements into the blood stream so they can travel to elimination channels in your body. To get through this transition period, be sure to consume plenty of water and remain well rested. Just remember, your body is preparing itself for regeneration. Possible mild or severe symptoms that may occur include fatigue, restlessness, aches, pains, headaches, nausea, cold or flu symptoms, sinus congestion, cramps, diarrhea or fever. In general, if any of these symptoms occur, they will pass within several days.

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What kind of fulvic acid should I take?

For anyone interested in adding fulvic acid to their health regimen, Pure Fulvic Minerals are an excellent choice. The product is harvested from one of the richest, most well known sources of fulvic acid and trace minerals. During the extraction process, purified water is used ensuring your fulvic acid will be natural and contaminant free. Its rich amber color flaunts quality against its diluted competition that is less vibrant. This nutritional supplement comes in liquid form. To receive optimal health benefits, seven drops of the supplement should be consumed twice daily. For more information, Pure Fulvic Minerals can be explored in more depth online at, http://www.purefulvicminerals.com/

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      Farhat 

      6 years ago from Delhi

      Amazing information about the miracle molecule ie. fulvic acid, never knew that earlier....thanks for sharing over here !

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