Fulvic Acid Fulvic acid, not to be confused with folic acid, is a natural compound found in rich, organic soil. It’s formed as microbes break down organic matter. These microbes hug the roots of plants in a symbiotic relationship where plants protect them from the sun while the bacteria create the perfect transporter to aid in the absorption of minerals and vitamins. This process continually enriches the topsoil.
Fulvic acid is neither an acid nor a mineral, but a small, complex compound that has a fairly unique ability to attract and hold both negative and positive ions. This makes it super transporter of nutrients.
Trace minerals include iron, zinc, manganese, copper, iodine, molybdenum, and selenium. These are only needed in minute amounts, but they are still essential to oxygen transport, growth, development, repair, bone health, cartilage formation, and maintaining cellular membranes. Liquid Light contains over 60 additional minerals, many of them having a host of benefits even if they are not considered essential.
Liquid Light contains essential macro minerals like calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, and sulfur. These are suspended in liquid with fulvic acid for increased absorption.
Suggested Use: Liquid Light has a tangy, mineral flavor and can be taken straight or mixed with just about any beverage. Try smoothies, lemon water, fresh juices, or just filtered water to kick up the minerals in any of these.