Our fulvic humic acid supplement is made from one ingredient -the pine tree and shows to be 28-30 percent fulvic acid. There are many attributes of the pine tree that have been known for many years. A few are:
- Reduced inflammation
- Boosts immunity
- Skin & Hair Care
- Improves Circulation
- Reduces Pathogens
The FDA approved pine as a Generally Recognized as Safe supplement ingredient and is on their botanical list of added plants.
- Tried over three years to find a product that would dissolve a shelf of scar tissue attached to the esophagus from damage in heart hospital stay. I had a trac and T-Tube stuck out my throat and I started on 3 drops a day in a smoothy. After four months the surgeon came out to show a picture of the shelf of scar tissue gone. I had had twelve surgeries trying to clean and remove the scar tissue. I was on Mannatech products but after adding the fulvic acid the scar tissue attached to my esophagus dissolved. Dennis Wood
- Started two drops a day of fulvic with small scoop of ambrotose for my daughter. She had problems in school and had special teachers to help. She attended first grade two years but testing showed as she started second grade her score was only .9 which according to the school meant she wasn’t quite ready to start first grade. At Christmas three months later, they tested her again and her score was 2.4. At the end of second grade Faith received an award. Jodi Waldrup
- After surgery on my back years ago, I had constant low grade pain. After taking the fulvic humic acid for 3 weeks my back pain has stopped and that was months ago. Also my last blood test a year ago showed cholesterol level os 310 and the blood test a week ago showed 103. The only thing different was taking Ambrotose and Fulvic. Brenda Case
**Dr. Stephanie Seneff wrote a paper that may explain on page 6 LDL Receptors and Megalin See Her Paper Here.
**Please note: This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is compiled from traditional and modern herb articles and research. The ingredients are listed on the FDA list of Generally Recognized as Safe list. This information is NOT for the diagnosis, treatment, or prevention of disease. It should not be used to replace the services of a qualified practitioner.