Fulvic acid is one of the smallest molecules in nature and is the natural transporter for every living creature (plant, animal as well as human). Pure fulvic acid is unbound; that is, it has no minerals, metals, vitamins, or trace elements attached to it. Due to the unbound state of the molecule, fulvic acid is an excellent transporter. Fulvic acid works at the cellular level. Because it is a small molecule, it penetrates the cell wall. The fulvic acid absorbs the nutrients and minerals and releases them within the cell. In the cell it absorbs heavy metals and removes them via the stool/urine and so it returns to nature.

Differences in fulvic acid products

There are several products for sale under the name “fulvic acid”, but these are all different. This is due to the varying production processes:

Fermentation process

Slow process, duration 3 to 4 months;
as a result, the fulvic acid has been decomposed from its elements, is golden yellow in color and completely tasteless. No chemicals are added and no heating is used.

Pressing

Fast process;
as a result, many elements remain bound to the fulvic acid, such as heavy metals. The product is called fulvic acid, but often is dissolved humus. You can recognize this by the brown color and the taste.

Synthetic process

Artificial process;
this makes it an unnatural fulvic acid.
Often sweeteners are added during this process to improve its taste.

It is good to remember that, according to the literature, fulvic acid should have a golden yellow color and should also be completely tasteless and odorless.

How is fulvic acid produced?

As described above, there are various production processes to produce/obtain fulvic acid. Our fulvic acid products, such as our Pure&Fulvic, are extracted using our unique fermentation process. As a result, this fulvic acid meets all the requirements of scientific literature and we can offer you the purest form of fulvic acid.