Fulvic acid is called “light in a bottle” because if you put prongs on a light bulb and put down into the fulvic, it lights up. Minerals produce high electric connectivity.

Oak Tree Fulvic-Humic from Pine has gone through three years of testing.  Some of our testimonies are below.

Jodi Waldrup lost her parathyroid glands in 2011 from extensive esophageal cancer surgery.  After the remaining cancer disappeared (she also had problem teeth removed), she ended up in hospital twice due to her body’s inability to absorb calcium.  She has taken fulvic acid for last three years and has maintained a normal calcium level.  Picture below is Jodi in Wichita Harry Street ICU Via Christi hospital.  Jodi after 5 1/2 weeks in ICU drug induced comma was awakened then given entire tub of Ambrotose in less than twelve hours by surgeons.  The cancer did not disappear until she came home and had her teeth fixed and continuing on nutrients.  She did not know about fulvic at the time – however now she is able to absorb calcium and no more trips to hospital.


Dennis Wood has a massive heart attack and ended up with a trac from damage to his esophagus from repeated insertions of ventilators.  The damage caused a shelf of scar tissue to build on his esophagus.  After ten surgeries and after he found fulvic acid, he started on 3 drops a day in his smoothy.  Three months later, the surgeon asked what he was doing different as he could tell the scar tissue had reduced.  Six weeks later after  the next surgery, the surgeon came out with a photo showing the scar tissue was gone.  He lived with a trac for 3 1/2 years until fulvic.

Dennis in the Oklahoma City Heart Hospital 2014 – Died 9 times in less than eight hours from massive heart attack. Became anemic, developed ADRS, developed MRSA, developed infection in his blood, lost 42 lbs and was on blood transfusions. Brought home, brought in health nurse and put him on all natural products.

Jodi’s daughter Faith had a bad response to a vaccine and she had gone through preschool, kindergarten and first grade two years. At the end of the second year of first grade, she tested .9 which mean she wasn’t quite ready for first grade. Jodi gave her Ambrotose from Mannatech and Fulvic-Humic from Pine and by Christmas which was 4 1/2 months she tested 2.4. Please visit Dr. Stephanie Seneff, Senior Professor, MIT web site or youtube explaining how they are bringing children out of autism and one products is fulvic acid.

Brenda Case had tested at her yearly appointments during the last ten years 250-300 high in what would be considered by some doctors as bad cholesterol She had never taken any statin drug but after six months on the fulvic, plus she took her regular vitamins and added stabilized aloe, she tested 110 or normal. In order to stabilize aloe, she scraped the gel from her aloe plant and put into the freezer then added to her smoothy daily.

While Fulvic-Humic with Pine has organic sulfur, zinc and other minerals, we wanted to have tested for glycans which is the communication system of the body.

We also sent the Fulvic-Humic from Pine to the Chemical Sciences, Geosciences and Biosciences Division, Office of Basic Energy Sciences, U.S. Department of Energy grant Georgia University at the Complex Carbohydrate Research Center and report is as follows:


Date:                     12/17/17

Investigator:        Cinda Wood

 Subject:               Glycosyl composition analysis of 1 sample.

Sample                 CW

CCRC Code:        CW112817

Analyst:                Ian Black


Should any of these data be used in a publication, please include the following statement in the acknowledgment:  This work was supported by the Chemical Sciences, Geosciences and Biosciences Division, Office of Basic Energy Sciences, U.S. Department of Energy grant (DE-SC0015662) to Parastoo Azadi “ at the Complex Carbohydrate Research Center.

Glycosyl composition analysis was performed by combined gas chromatography/mass spectrometry (GC/MS) of the per-O-trimethylsilyl (TMS) derivatives of the monosaccharide methyl glycosides produced from the sample by acidic methanolysis as described previously by Santander et al. (2013) Microbiology 159:1471.

Briefly, the sample (5 ul) was heated with methanolic HCl in a sealed screw-top glass test tube for 18 h at 80 °C. After cooling and removal of the solvent under a stream of nitrogen, the sample was treated with a mixture of methanol, pyridine, and acetic anhydride for 20 min. After evaporation, the sample was derivatized with Tri-Sil® (Pierce) at 80 °C for 30 min. GC/MS analysis of the TMS methyl glycosides was performed on an Agilent 7890A GC interfaced to a 5975C MSD, using an Supelco Equity-1 fused silica capillary column (30 m ´ 0.25 mm I

Figure 1: The GC chromatogram of the compositional analysis of the sample.

SampleGlycosyl residueMass (mg)Mol %
CWRibose (Rib)n.d.
 Arabinose (Ara)2.76.7
 Rhamnose (Rha)n.d.
 Fucose (Fuc)n.d.
 Xylose (Xyl)1.43.3
 Glucuronic Acid (GlcA)n.d.
 Galacturonic acid (GalA)n.d.
 Mannose (Man)11.924.4
 Galactose (Gal)5.711.7
 Glucose (Glc)26.353.8
 N-Acetyl Galactosamine (GalNAc)n.d.
 N-Acetyl Glucosamine (GlcNAc)n.d.
 N-Acetyl Glucosamine (GlcNAc)n.d.

Table 1: The estimated amounts and mole percentage of each detected monosaccharide in the sample.


            The sample chromatogram is shown above in Figure 1. The sample contained several monosaccharides, but the most abundant were mannose and glucose. Based on the chromatogram, it looks like the sample contains mainly glucans with small amounts of hemicellulose also present. 5ul of the sample was used for the analysis, and the estimated concentration of carbohydrate for the samples is 9.6mg/ml.

If you have any further questions, please contact Dr. Parastoo Azadi at 706-583-0629 or azadi@ccrc.uga.edu.

The glycosyl composition analysis reported above does NOT include the absolute configuration (D or L) of monosaccharides.  The absolute configuration of monosaccharides can be determined with additional experiments at an additional cost.

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