At the cellular level, the fulvic acid helps make the membranes more permeable and improves the transport of nutrients to the cells. Fulvic acid binds to water (depending on the purity and concentration of the acid) and improves the body’s natural detoxification.
Fulvic acid liquid minerals are high of quality, and are totally organic that is made with the finest organic materials available. We start by oxidizing the sub-bituminous coal, which is rich in humic and fulvic acids. We process this carefully Without the use of invasive chemicals, we eliminate any impurities and filter the product for higher quality. MT Fertiorganic products are backed by scientific research and demonstrate effectiveness. We continually perform quality control tests to ensure the highest quality and consistency. It is classified as non-hazardous material and has the lowest toxicity values. It is best to use it as a foliar spray and micronutrient enhancer.
Fulvic liquid minerals data:
- Increase cation exchange
- Stimulates the metabolism of the plant
- Positive effect on the DNA and RNA plant
- Increase the activity of the enzyme
- Improves the permeability of cell members
- Improves cell division and cell elongation
- Increases tolerance to drought and prevents wilting
- Restores the electrochemical balance
- Detoxifies various pollutants
When it comes to supplements, but be careful, because not all are equal, and, above all, why should they be taken only when it is really necessary. This means that you need to contact your doctor who, based on the patient’s needs and problems, can recommend tests and analysis and then the most appropriate supplement to the situation. Also, sometimes, it is said that the multivitamin or liquid minerals easily available in the pharmacy is able to fully meet your needs at the level of minerals.
Briefly, liquid minerals are found in nature in plants, which must be able to extract from the earth about 70-80 inorganic minerals (not digestible by humans), organic transformation (assimilated by humans). At the moment when an animal or a human being eats the plant, these organic minerals are absorbed by the body. Even when you eat the meat of the animals, which in turn have been assimilated the minerals of the vegetables, you get from the course of organic minerals. Needless to say, it is better to take the minerals directly from the primary source, or vegetable.
Multivitamins and liquid minerals often have their own inorganic minerals that are not bioavailable and cannot be absorbed by the human body. These minerals must be converted into organic substances to be treated, but only plants can operate this transformation thanks to photosynthesis and then thanks to solar energy and carbon dioxide.
It is clear that the best way to take organic minerals is through the consumption of a variety of vegetables. The plant most rich in minerals is undoubtedly germinated, algae, fruits, and vegetables, preferably raw. In the case where there is a lack of minerals, it is advisable to use organic mineral supplements. Among the best natural supplements of organic minerals are fulvic acids and humic substances that are formed through the decomposition of organic materials, plants, and animals present in the soil.
Fulvic acid is a natural mineral that has survived through the many years of evolution of the Earth. It is one of the best and most basic minerals to stimulate healthy plant growth. It has chemical properties that allow plants to absorb more nutrients and increases the storage capacity of water within the plant. In addition, it prolongs the time that essential nutrients are kept in the cells of the plant, maximizing the nutritional potential. Fulvic acid increases the metabolism of the plant, therefore, naturally, increase growth.
Fulvic acid is completely plant-based. It has the unique ability to enhance and increase the absorption of many compounds such as vitamins, minerals, herbs, and foods that are combined with. It can also act as a catalyst for the production of enzyme and hormone. Scientific studies have shown Fulvic Acid to be one of the most powerful cleansers of antioxidant radical and liquid minerals. It has been found to be essential for living cells in metabolic processes that they performed and cellular conductivity.
One of the properties of fulvic acid is its ability to assimilate with other minerals in the soil when in a soluble state. It helps to turn minerals into a more organic, usable product. When the minerals become more organic, they are more easily and easily absorbed by the roots of the plants. In addition to this, fulvic acid transmits immunity to all living beings. It reacts to everything, including living cells, plants, animals, and even microscopic organisms. Fulvic acid can be administered through foliar applications. mIt has a very low molecular weight, which facilitates the penetration in plants. Liquid minerals can be delivered quickly to all plant sites to correct deficiencies and restore the natural balance.
To increase the number of internodes or flower sites a plant produces, fulvic acid can be sprayed as soon as the first flower sites appear. The fulvic acids contribute to the conversion of minerals from the non-attackable soluble form through the emission of carbon dioxide. The most exciting discovery in greenhouse agriculture in recent years is the application of fulvic acid in the hydroponic or soilless culture. Agricultural scientists have been aware of the benefits of fulvic acid soil uses for many years. However, it was not until recently discovered that fulvic acid can provide the same benefits for the production of crops without soil. Addition of fulvic acid to the nutrient solution once the plants are established, around the second week, strengthens their immunities and increases their resistance to stress.
Plants are not as susceptible to slight environmental changes in temperature or humidity. The fulvic acid will not compensate poor hydroponic cultural practices however it does offer protection against minor inconsistencies.
Nutrients to take is undoubtedly increased when fulvic acid is added to the solution. The plants receive a constant supply of food, as they require it. Sediment is reduced or eliminated from the nutrient solution when fulvic acid is added. The fulvic acid discourages binding that can cause minerals to fall out of the suspension, rendering them useless for plants.