Humic/Fulvic Acid Mineral

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What is HUMIC/FULVIC Acid Mineral

HUMIC/FULVIC Acid Mineral is naturally occurring plant nutrient minerals (organic soil matter), found 30+ feet below ground. In warmer climates, less dramatically changing, rains flood rivers, producing abundant vegetable growth. Depositing a thick layer of silt, which comes from ultra-basic igneous rock, which is chock full of plant nutrients. This is humic/fulvic acid mineral natural organic soil matter. The nutritional quality of food coming from a piece of this ground is a function of the amount and ratios of mineralization in the soil, therefore organic matter level in the soil is important for producing nutrient-rich foods.

Organic foods; fruits, vegetables, etc… coming from organic matter, healthy soils, and natural systems differ from food grown with synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. The foods from these organic soils have a higher level of micro-phytonutrients (plant-based substances). Phyto-micronutrients, especially those in the brassica family, (brassica is: a plant related to cabbage: a plant of the mustard family, e.g. Cabbage, kale, broccoli, cauliflower, or mustard), studies show potential in reducing the risk of cancer, stimulation to immune function, and anti-viral properties. This is why we hear eating cruciferous veggies or to “eat your greens” is commonly spoken now, and recognize as good for us.

Most of these natural health boosters are most available in fresh raw vegetables, and fruit, grown in healthy soils. Studies have also shown that organic plant product, tends to have more dry matter and more minerals, like magnesium and iron, which is critical for calcium uptake and more anti-oxidant micronutrients such as phenol and Resveratrol. Dry matter or “dry weight” is a measurement of the mass of something when completely dried.