Fulvic Acid is a natural biologic compound formed from the interactions between countless microorganisms in the soil with the surrounding environment over millenia. These organisms consume surrounding inorganic and organic matter, excreting a cocktail of of minerals and nutrients in bioavailable form (usable by plants). Plants then suck up these by-products for sustenance. Over time and under the right conditions in a few places around the globe, enough of the Fulvic Acids were present to be extracted using modern day practices and concentrated for human and industrial use.

The composition of Fulvic Acids vary widely based on the inputs from the time of the dinosaurs. These compounds contain over 77 trace minerals and elements that are absolutely vital for the healthy functioning of cells. As organic life is born and dies, this process continues in a never ending cycle of life. It is Fulvic and Humic Acids primary place in this cycle that makes it the “Granddaddy of Acids”. They represent both the Alpha and Omega in the circle of life.

Fulvic Acids are extraordinarily complex and there is no standard definition. Known in ancient folk medicine as a miracle maker, Fulvic Acid has taken many names through the ages. But one thing is undisputable; they are, without a doubt, extraordinarily beneficial to organic life.

The mechanisms which lead to the formation of Fulvic Acid are little known and very little understood. It is an enigma that cannot be replicated in a lab, thus rendering large-scale studies financially inexpedient. The vast range of applications and conditions Fulvic Acid can be used for makes it an extremely difficult ingredient to bring to the consumer market, but it has been used as an organic industrial fertilizer for many years.