Super Ionic Fulvic Acid

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SuperIonic™ is a proprietary formulation of fulvic trace minerals and amino acids. Includes Ocean Ionic Minerals, Aloe Vera and Ocean Algea.

What is unique about our Concentrated Fulvic Acid Ionic Trace Minerals?

We begin with a proprietary, rare source of humic and fulvic base and then formulate using our proprietary, acid-free refining method.


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The Magic of Fulvic Acid (Read full article at SelfGrowth.com)

The history of fulvic acid is quite interesting. Originally discovered in New Mexico, fulvic acid was comprised of ancient organic, compacted vegetation rich in trace minerals. Hundreds of millions of years ago, New Mexico was more like a tropical rain forest than the desert it is today. Like a rain forest, this area was vibrant with tree and plant matter as well as swampland. As the trees and plants died, they often fell into the water, amassing at the bottom of the swamp floor.

Because the swamps were most often stagnant, they were not well oxygenated, which meant that decay was less likely to take place. As a result, the trees and plants didn’t decompose as they would under normal conditions. Instead, the leaves and softer shoots broke down into a jelly-like substance, while the harder, woody parts, like branches and trunks, turned into peat. This combination created the initial components of fulvic acid.

Over the course of many, many centuries, the waters of these swamps receded, and this mineral-rich jelly and peat became visible. By the early 1600s, the Native Americans living in the New Mexico area as well as the Spaniards that also resided in the Southwest discovered this biomass mineral material, wrongly assuming that it was coal. However, they quickly learned their mistake when the “coal” wouldn’t burn.

One Spaniard in particular, a Catholic priest by the name of Fray Benavides, was not content simply to overlook the possible benefits of this thick, lush material. He studied it, pulverized it, and even sprinkled some of it on his food. Surprised by the lack of taste, he almost determined that it was nothing more than dirt. Almost.

During a walk, Father Benavides bumped up against a cactus, impaling several of the spikes into his foot. While he was able to remove most of the thorns, several were too deep and began to fester. He decided to sprinkle some of the pulverized material onto his injured foot. He continued to use it for several days, and much to his amazement, the infection cleared up, and his foot healed completely.

Modern research has begun to examine both fulvic acid’s nutrient content and its physiological benefits in cells and tissues. While clinical research has yet to be done, some practitioners are beginning to recommend fulvic acid–based nutritional products and are amassing anecdotal information about its benefits. For instance, fulvic acid shows promise in promoting healing in patients with a variety of serious health conditions for which mineral deficiency plays a much underreported role. People using fulvic acid report healing benefits for chronic fatigue, acute muscle aches and pains, fibromyalgia, arthritis, wound healing, and Bell’s palsy. There also have been some amazing testimonials from people who have used fulvic acid to help recover from other, more serious conditions such as cancer, autism, and chronic pain. Fulvic acid also appears to promote healthier, more efficient detoxification within the body—a crucial function that’s needed if we want to enjoy optimal health. In this article, I’d like to talk more about fulvic acid and tell you how it can promote, protect, and restore vigorous health for us all.

Fulvic acid, a natural component of rich, organic humus, can be found in any nutrient-rich, organic soil. It is created by micro-organisms that live in decaying organic matter, such as centuries-old deposits of composted vegetation and manure. Fulvic acid is not actually an acid—nor is it a mineral. It is, rather, a complex compound that can attract and hold both negatively and positively charged ions. As such, it can bond and hold ionized minerals—such as calcium, magnesium, and zinc—incorporating them into its own molecular structure. This creates a new fulvic acid–multimineral compound that plants, animals, and humans can easily digest, absorb, and utilize to support vibrant health.

This is the real magic of fulvic acid—its ability to dissolve elemental minerals present in the soil and convert them into a form that is highly absorbable by the roots of plants. Once absorbed, those minerals are in the perfect form for feeding, strengthening, and growing the botanical, whether it’s an herb, cherry tree, or tomato plant. When ingested, these nutrient-rich minerals that are now present in the fruits, vegetables, and herbs pack a powerful nutritional punch. Obviously, this is how our bodies are designed to meet our daily mineral needs—by eating well-nourished foods. But there’s a problem.

For soil to contain significant levels of fulvic acid, it must provide a friendly, nutrient-rich environment for the micro-organisms that produce it. However, those who practice conventional farming methods have neither the inclination nor the patience to maintain their fields organically, therefore creating an environment unsuitable for the formation of fulvic acid.

Unfortunately, conventional farmers don’t even look at soil as the living, bustling community of important micro-organisms that it is. To them, soil is simply a medium in which to plant seeds, add chemical fertilizers, and grow mass-marketable, nutrient-deficient produce. On top of that, the harsh chemical environment that grows most mass-produced fruits and vegetables not only fails to nurture the micro-organisms that produce fulvic acid, but it actually kills them.

As I’ve discussed many times in the past, the makeup of fruits and vegetables depends on the soil they are grown in. A plant growing in a garden that is enriched by organically produced compost, rather than chemical fertilizer, and cultivated organically, rather than with chemical herbicides and pesticides, has its roots in luxurious soil teeming with fulvic acid–producing microbes. These beneficial soil “bugs” thrive in this nutrient-rich environment, and in turn, they lavish the soil around the plant’s roots with fulvic acid.

Information: 

  • Suggested Dosage: 3-4 pumps daily (one pump is equal to 16-20 drops)
  • Always Dilute with water or a Juice.
  • May be taken with or without food.
  • Refrigeration is not required.
  • All Natural.
  • Vegan Formula.
  • 4.2 Fluid Oz


Warning: If you have a medical condition, are pregnant, lactating, trying to conceive, or taking medications, consult your health care practitioner before using this product.





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