NRP Fulvic Acid FAQs
What are NRP Fulvic NRP Humic minerals?
We live in a world where everything is sanitized, food is irradiated and we are so removed from our food supply that we never interact with the soil. Doesn’t seem like a big deal, right? Turns out, it is a really big deal!
Importance of Soil-Based OrganismsI wrote before about how gardeners live longer, and one of the reasons is their interaction with the wide variety of beneficial organisms in the soil (which is very much alive).
This is also the reason that children need to interact with dirt.
Why? From that post:
“What a child is doing when he puts things in his mouth is allowing his immune response to explore his environment,” Mary Ruebush, a microbiology and immunology instructor, wrote in her book, Why Dirt Is Good: Read More...
NRP Humic Acid - Nature's Best Kept Secret!
Humic Acid - Nature's Best Kept Secret!
Scientists have discovered this missing link in our food chain, and can see that the rapidly increasing degenerative diseases worldwide may be directly related to the absence of this substance in the human diet.
Until recently, most of the world has been kept in the dark about a "miraculous" medical discovery that is so safe, powerful and effective that "doctors" spanning the globe have used it for thousands of years with amazing results.Called the "missing link" Read More...
Nutrients and remedial content in fulvic acid
As a product of a long and slow refining process, fulvic acid contains all the riches of ancient plants: 70+ minerals and trace elements, amino acids, amino sugars, peptides, nucleic acids, and, importantly, phytochemicals and phytonutrients.
According to Wikipedia, phytochemical substances are chemical compounds, naturally occurring in plants, having protective or disease preventive properties. Plants produce these substances to protect themselves but research demonstrates that many of them have biological significance for humans and potentials to affect diseases such as cancer, stroke, metabolic syndrome and others. There’s more than 4 000 phytochemicals, having different preventative actions. Many of these substances can be counted among the most valuable and promising anti-cancer nutrients. Some selected examples of phytochemicals are: