Humic acid and fulvic acid can make a positive contribution to the pharmaceutical industry
Positive characteristics and effects of our products:
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    Improved nutrient intake

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    Removal of heavy metals from cells (plant, animal as well as human)

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    Absorption into the body

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    Beneficial change in the intestinal surface

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    Skin care and support

About fulvic acid
  • Most important characteristics:

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    Unbound; has no minerals and metals bound to it

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    Heeft geen mineralen en metalen aan zich gebonden

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    Promotes the absorption of vitamins and minerals

  • What does it do?

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    Releases nutrients within the cell

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    Removes heavy metals from the body

How are heavy metals removed?
The question that arises here, is how humus substances distinguish between nutrients that must be absorbed and toxic substances that must be removed. The following are theories (not yet scientifically validated):
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    A complex with a mineral causes a change in the electrical charge so that it is better absorbed. Unlike complexes formed with minerals, the complexes with toxic substances and heavy metals have a neutral charge, are insoluble and are therefore difficult to absorb by the intestine. pH is a strong determining factor in this. Humic acid and fulvic acid have the capacity to bind metal ions and release them again in an environment with a higher pH, or in the presence of a high sodium concentration. This makes it possible for humic substances to influence the bio-availability of nutrients and metals in the intestine.

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    Humic acid ensures that the permeability of the cell membrane is increased. In this way the transport of minerals is transported from the blood to the cells.

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    Humic acid has a strong affinity for potentially toxic metals. A complex with aluminum or lead is more stable than a complex with calcium or magnesium, which ensures that humic acid can selectively bind to toxic metals.

Positive effects on the skin
The benefits of taking therapeutic baths have been known since ancient times to increase both physical and mental well-being. Today, mud, mineral and peat baths and all kinds of natural packs and face masks are offered in spas and wellness centers around the world.
The use of mud baths for its healing effect also has a long history in rheumatology. The active substances in these mud baths are humic substances. For this reason, interest has grown for the use of humic acid and fulvic acid in dermatology and cosmetics.
Research shows that humic substances applied to the skin are absorbed through the skin, resulting in a pharmacological effect. Because these substances can have an anti-inflammatory effect, they are effective in the treatment of inflammatory skin diseases. In addition, it has a protective effect against UV radiation.