What is Fulvic Acid?
Fulvic acid is a chemical compound formed when microorganisms in the soil break down plant matter over long periods of time. In some cases, this process can take ages. You can find fulvic acid in clay, sand, mountain rocks and mud - and it can have different properties depending on where you get it from. For example, fulvic acid from sand in the Middle East may have different properties than from peat moss in Canada or mountain rock in Colorado. You can find more information about fulvic acid on Wikipedia .
What does fulvic acid do in my body?
The exact mechanism by which fulvic acid works in the body is not yet fully understood. Via Google you can find countless articles about the effect of fulvic acid.