How Does Fulvic Enhance Your Cell Health?

Fulvic acid possesses numerous properties that allow it to function at both the cellular and mitochondrial levels.

Fulvic acid

Nucleic acids (DNA – charged and RNA +charged.) and amino acids are the main constituents of fulvic acid. It also contains a wide range of complex minerals (fulvates) and trace minerals, including nearly every element in the periodic table. Fulvic acid is thus a polyelectrolyte. Fulvic acid also contains charged antioxidants, free radical scavengers, super oxide dismutase (SOD), nutrients, enzymes, hormones, natural antibiotics, antivirals, and antifungals.

Absorption and the cell

Fulvic acid has a low molecular weight (small molecule) and is water soluble across a broad pH range. The electrolyte value of fulvic acid has been shown to increase cell membrane permeability, which means that it sensitises cell membranes for better absorption and assimilation of other substances. This makes fulvic acid a one-of-a-kind delivery system. It works like a train engine, hooking other substances such as minerals (Magnesium), vitamins (Vitamin C), and other substances onto the fulvic molecule, penetrating the cell membrane, and dropping its load in the cell’s cytoplasm.