Black Fulvic Acid Liquid Concentrate for Humans
Black Fulvic Acid Liquid Concentrate for Humans
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Black Fulvic Acid Liquid (HF2000): This is a fulvic (25%) and humic acid (22%) combination formula used to create Blackwater or fulvic acid infused spring water.
a) One gallon makes 988 16-oz bottles of drinking water.
Liquid fulvic acid concentrate that is used in manufacturing organic fulvic acid infused mineral water in Japan for the past 2 years. Most people who drink the water experience a surge in energy.
Using the same concept, we infused spring water with our organic natural fulvic acid along with the more than 77 natural minerals present, B-vitamins (vitamin B3 or niacin, vitamin B5 pantothenic acid, vitamin 6 or pyridoxine hydrochloride, vitamin B-12 or cyanocabalamin, folic acid taurine and generous amounts of vitamin C or ascorbic acid. This is not only suitable for the natural enhancement of energy but provides the best antioxidant protection required for a healthy life style.
In a recent book entitled, “Humic Substances in drug Development”, 2009. Stadium Press (India) Pvt. Ltd, Dr. Rajesh Khanna et al. explored the enhancement of the stability, membrane permeability or absorption and efficiency of drugs when they’re formulated with fulvic acid. One example of the medications they studied using fulvic acid as an enhancer for stability, membrane permeability or absorption and efficiency of utilization at tissue level is the worldwide popular painkiller (analgesic) Aspirin. They referenced 190 peer reviewed papers on fulvic acids, humic acids and their applications in traditional and alternative medicine.
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Human Use of Humic and Fulvic Acids as
Free Radical Scavengers
Humic acid’s unique properties observed in plant growth have been investigated and found to be equally beneficial in human health. A prominent chemical reaction observed by the humic acid compound is its function as a free radical scavenger or as an antioxidant.
Molecules bond to one another using electrons (i.e. positive and negative charges) forming single, double or triple bonds. A single bond is stronger than a double bond and a double bond is stronger than a triple bond. When a molecular bond is broken the vacant electron seeks to attach to something. These molecules seeking attachment are called free radicals. Free radicals are highly reactive and do not discriminate in finding something to attach too. A common example of a free radical reaction is found when milk fat breaks down causing spoiled milk.
The important medical free radicals are the hydroxyl radical (-OH) and the super-oxide radical, which consist of two linked oxygen atoms (O2) with a single, unpaired electron. These oxygen free radicals, each with their single electron, can attack and damage most molecules or tissues within the body. Free radicals react in nanoseconds with any molecule and/or cell they come into contact with. When they react they either hand over their unpaired electron or capture an electron from some other molecule to make up the pair. In either event the radicals become stable but the attacked molecule is converted into a radical. This starts a chain reaction that can go on a destructive path through the body's tissues and is called oxidative stress. Once free radical causes damage to cells it is called oxidation.
Some free radicals are used by the body’s immune system (e.g. white blood cells and lymphocytes). The immune system identifies bacteria, viruses or other unfamiliar foreign bodies (i.e. antigens) that invades body tissues and white blood cells and/or lymphocytes use free radicals as a toxin to destroy the foreign body.
Compounds used to neutralize free radicals, or stop free radical chain reaction are called antioxidants. Vitamin A, C, E and a large number of functional enzymes are used in the body as antioxidants. Supplemental vitamins and trace minerals are well recognized in human health as precursors of antioxidants. The use of fulvic acids which are derived from the same source or raw materials as humic acid has been observed to increase vitamin and mineral uptake in the body, increasing availability to the immune system.
The most prolific medical research found for fulvic acid has been observed in China for the treatment of diseases related to immune suppression (e.g. immune system fails to react properly). The medical documented disease treated with fulvic acid includes bronchial asthma, Rheumatoid arthritis and some forms of cancer. The primary mode of action is observed through reduction of free radical reactions within the body that damage body tissues (i.e. from infection or uncontrolled release of free radicals in the body by malignant tissues - cancer).
Antioxidants are well recognized in lowering free radical damage to nutrients absorbed through digestion. This allows greater levels of vitamins and trace minerals to be absorbed and to be used in the body’s natural defense mechanisms, the immune system. Fulvic acid’s unique absorptive property allows the molecule to be absorbed through skin tissue and reduce free radicals within the body as well.
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