Fulvic Acid Cures

General Feedback
Posted by Vanessa (Cooiague, Ny) on 08/29/2020

I don't see any information on your website regarding Shilajit. I was looking for information regarding such. Thanks.

EC: We might have some information on the fulvic acid page, which is where we have put your post!

Multiple Cures
Posted by Asiea (England ) on 04/05/2018


I am so glad to hear that you are well and have recovered. I am suffering from what I think is chronic fatigue. Please will you share the name and brand of the fulvic mineral product you used to restore your health. I would really appreciate this as I am absolutely at breaking point.

Thank you,


Multiple Cures
Posted by Regina (Arizona) on 07/26/2021

Would you please tell me the brand you used? I'm at my witts end looking. Ty💛

Multiple Cures
Posted by Sharon (Utah) on 10/26/2022

You have given all the reasons why the product is fantastic, but I did not see the name of it. I do hope you can share that please.

Thank you,


Where to Buy: Singapore
Posted by Hendor (Singapore) on 06/11/2017

Dear Sir

I would like to keep in touch with below person being relief by taking Fulvic acid so need Bronwyn (LA, USA)to advise where did he get the Fulvic acid(brand). This is because having the same sickness.


Posted by Bronwyn (LA, USA) on 12/27/2008
[YEA] For years I've suffered severe neck and back pain, diagnosed as fybromyalgia. 7 days on fulvic acid has relieved 90% of the pain! I haven't felt this good in years! I've gained vitality, clarity, hope and concentration. I can't recommend it enough.

EC: So sorry, Hender, that post is 9 years old and Bronwyn is unlikely to see your response. Perhaps someone else on Earth Clinic can recommend a good brand. We know you asked for Bill but he too is unavailable as of late.

Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Maria (Naples) on 07/29/2016

I would like to know if someone have used fulvic acid from mineral logic http://www.fulvicmineral.com/? they have very much information on their site and have done several laboratory analyses, they even claim to have tested many other companies products and gives results to those analysis showing how their product is superior respect others. I am using Optimally Organics fulvic acid and mineral logic states on their site that it Optimally organics has very high cadmium level on their product. I wrote to Optimally organics about that claim and they responded that they are aware of that false claim and their legal team is on to that. So it seemed to me that mineral logic has great product and they even own the fulvic acid deposit and harvest, extracts and manufactures their product but are they making false claims about other companies products or are they real and others are making false claims about their own product...

The other thing is that mineral logic doesn't sell their product on the site and when I emailed them to know where to buy it I got no answer. After second email they had redirected my email to arcadiasupplements.com who wrote me that they handle distribution of mineral logics fulvic acid. So If someone has used arcadiasupplements e-lite fulvic acid, please let me know was it effective.

Chronic Skin Condition
Posted by Rsw (Oh) on 06/18/2016

Hi Paul,

Could you post the name of the supplement you took with the fuvic acid? I see a couple with the word "miracle" in the description and would like to try what you used without wasting time and money to locate it.


If regular pasteurized milk is used to make milk kefir (as advised), do you think the bacteria formed in the kefir will kill the bad bacteria in the milk that comes from most cows, as you have posted, or should I use ultra pasteurized instead? Or is milk kefir even safe to drink?

Thank you.

Chronic Skin Condition
Posted by Paul (Usa) on 08/07/2016

Hi, Maria! If you will contact me at the email address above, I will tell you which fulvic acids product was the only one that produced the desired results I was seeking. As far as the 350X concentrate brand that you referred to, it didn't do anything for me. Thanks!

Chronic Skin Condition
Posted by Yvonne (Usa) on 11/07/2016

I really appreciate you sharing your experience and testing it the way you did. I'd also like to know which brand you used as I've been looking at several. I'll probably end up trying more than one brand with spaces of time in between.

Thanks for letting me know.

Chronic Skin Condition
Posted by Shelly (Texas) on 04/11/2017

What brand of Fulvic acid did Paul use to heal his hand condition?

Chronic Skin Condition
Posted by Elizabeth (Ohio) on 05/11/2017


I just read your post and I suffer from bad eczema on my hands as well. Is your email address the same as you posted? I would like to get the name of the manufacturer of the Fulvic Acid you are taking.

Thx Elizabeth

Chronic Skin Condition
Posted by Paula (Missouri) on 08/09/2017

Can you please reach out to Paul and ask which specific brand of fulvic acid he took that cured his chronic skin condition.
Thank you

Chronic Skin Condition
Posted by Kelly (Orem, Ut) on 08/10/2017

Would you please share what brand of fulvic acid helped you out so much?

Chronic Skin Condition
Posted by Sybil (L.a., Cal) on 09/11/2017

I, too, tried the 350x concentrated without success. What brand worked for you?

Chronic Skin Condition
Posted by Sandy A. (Usa) on 09/17/2017

Could you tell me the best Fulvic Acids to use, and where to get it. Thanks, Sandy

Chronic Skin Condition
Posted by Regina (Arizona) on 07/16/2021

Pretty please email me the name of the fulvic humic acid you used that outperformed optimally organic. Ty💛infinite blessings

Where to Buy: Ontario
Posted by Rosemary (Kitchener) on 01/24/2016

Agri-Growth International Inc.
Web site

This site sells SupremeFulvic from the US company Supremfulvic.com

18024 107 Ave, Edmonton, Alberta (780) 484-0102

Buying Guide to Humic and Fulvic Acid
Posted by Charity (Faithville, Us) on 04/15/2015

fulvic acid information printout


Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Msrosa (Atlanta, Ga) on 06/26/2014

Where can I purchase quality Fulvic Acid?

Where to Buy: USA

Where to Buy: Mexico City
Posted by Kat (Mexico City, Mexico) on 06/07/2014

Any ideas where to buy granulated humic acid / fulvic acid in Mexico City?

General Feedback
Posted by Ann (Brevard, N.c.) on 03/20/2013

I would like to know how important it is for the fulvic acid to be a glass container. I purchased from a U.S. Company, but it came in a heavy plastic bottle. Also, what is the usual amount to take in 8 oz. of non-chlorinated water? (I always start with a small doses to avoid any allergic reaction). Please email me with this info asap: rustic23 (at) hotmail [dot] com. Thanks sooo much!

General Feedback
Posted by Kurt (El Monte) on 04/12/2016

Can fulvic acids be mixed with lemon juice?

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Posted by Lauren (Queens, Ny) on 03/13/2013

Hey EC... I so badly want to try fulvic acid after reading so much good reviews however, I am kinda worried cause why would we want to put stuff that contains bromine, fllouride, cadimum etc in our body when we hear how harmful substances are to humans? Just a thought..someone/anyone any explanation. Like I said I would really love to try this. Thank you guys...

General Feedback
Posted by Loren (Queens) on 03/14/2013

Hi Bill... Thank you for all that information. One question though.. Is humic acid and fulvic acid the same? Thanks a million.

General Feedback
Posted by Bill (San Fernando, Philippines) on 03/14/2013

Hi Loren... Humic acid is acid soluble whereas fulvic acid is not. It is really the fulvic acid that is most useful for the body. Humic acid is also useful for plants because the HA component can absorb many times its own weight in water -- and this is useful for plants needing water. Not so essential in humans because we have our own water regulation mechanisms. Fulvic acid is the one that has all the beneficial properties.

So, to just get only the fulvic acid component, Ted also recommends adding a tspn or two of ACV or ordinary vinegar to the HA/FA mixture, thus acidifying the mixture, which will therefore act to precipitate out and remove the Humic acid component, leaving just the more useful and beneficial Fulvic acid in solution.

General Feedback
Posted by Loren (Queens) on 03/15/2013

Thanks, Bill!!!

General Feedback
Posted by Hendor (Singapore) on 07/15/2013

Bill from San Fernando... I read your replied dated Mar 2013 that you bought the humic/fulvic acid from "the garden as granules"... may I check with you this "granules" is it for plant fertilizer usage?

There is another granules for animal veterinary usage under (Humintech.com by Ted). I check the web and found the CAS:68131-04-4.

General Feedback
Posted by Hendor (Singapore) on 05/19/2017

Dear Sir,

Can Bill please tell me where he buys his fulvic acid? Thank you.

General Feedback
Posted by Ann (Brevard, North Carolina, U.S.) on 03/11/2013

I would like more info on Fulvic Acid. I purchased some from the U.S. (source is China). I have Lyme Disease and Celiac/lots of food allergies/digestive issues. Is Fulvic acid something that will aid those issues? I also need help with dosage, etc. from someone with a good history using it. And can it be toxic at all? thanks so much!

Where to Buy: Uk
Posted by Sadie (Gwent) on 02/15/2013

Please can someone help. I am trying to implement Bill's protocol for my sons leaky gut but am struggling to find a reliable source of fulvic/humic acid in the uk that I can purchase. Thank you in advance.

Where to Buy: Uk
Posted by Anon (Anon) on 02/15/2013

Amazon stocks it.

Where to Buy: Uk
Posted by Sadie (Gwent) on 02/15/2013

Anon, please can you point me towards which brand as it has to be safe for my child.

Where to Buy: Uk
Posted by Anon (Anon) on 02/15/2013

Hi, Sorry I located it but honestly have no experience of this product myself.

Where to Buy: Uk
Posted by Yamenja (Leamington Spa, Uk) on 05/18/2013

I have bought a product called Humet-R (humic acid plus minerals) from a company called Health Leads. Judging from the quality of their own-brand supplements I would judge them to be a very reliable source. http://www.healthleadsuk.com/search.html

General Feedback
Posted by Irina (Jamaica, Ny/usa) on 12/27/2012

Dear Earth clinic, I would like to reach Ted with couple of question about Humic acid and diet as well as other supplementation while taking it. thanks, Irina

General Feedback
Posted by Shenica (Nj) on 02/04/2016
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I'm so glad I found this post. I have been on Fulvic acid for about a week and I am also have cold symptoms and I'm experiencing very vivid dreams.

General Feedback
Posted by Heather (Queensland Australia) on 07/13/2016

I was interested to read of others new to fulvic acid having vivid dreams. The first night the nightmares were horrific, but have been getting calmer. I find this interesting. I am only up to 3 drops daily.

Also concerned that even after filtering my tap water may contain some chloride. Will maybe invest in a water tank.

General Feedback
Posted by Emre (Istanbul, Turkey) on 08/19/2012

Hi, I'm new to this forum. I live in Istanbul - Turkey and it's very difficult to find fulvic acid or pure Humic acid here. However, we have plenty of Leonardite, which is supposed to contain Humic acid. Has anyone tried this?

In addition, if I use the raw solid form of this substance, how should prepare the liquid form (weight per volume )?

Many thanks in advance for your answer. Emre

General Feedback
Posted by Bahadir (Turkey) on 01/06/2015


try zetinistasyonu dot com for fulvic acid at turkey

Fulvic Acid Side Effects
Posted by John (Chillicothe, Ohio) on 07/11/2012
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I tried fulvic from optimally organic, felt very dizzy and shaky like I was gonna faint, is this common or is this product junk?

Fulvic Acid Side Effects
Posted by John (Nyc) on 08/12/2015
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I'm commenting on Siri from NYC post here as I also had a reaction similar to theirs. I also used the same company 350x Fulvic Acid. Was only using a drop and then up to 3 a day, however it wiped me out, headaches, fatigue, wakefulness, and general stomach achiness. I wasn't nauseous, and it seemed to constipate me. I also thought perhaps I had food poisoning. I mistakenly started it at the same time I was taking a strengthening herb mix, as well as a green formula and liver formula ( Exsula), so it;s hard to tell what might have caused it. Stomach still not right 3 days later. Slowly getting better. Will attempt to introduce slowly after symptoms subside.

Fulvic Acid Side Effects
Posted by Carol (New Jersey) on 02/28/2016

How come there are no answers to these questions. I would like to know about optimally organics also. I am taking it.

General Feedback
Posted by Linda (San Francisco, Ca, Usa) on 06/11/2012

OK, I have acquired the dry powdered Fulvic Acid and Granulated Humic Acid. I want to make an ingestable liquid formula out of them.

I am not worried about how "clean" or disinfected these dry things are (I am pretty sure I can figure that stuff out), I only need to know how much distilled water to blend them with.

I know Ted prefers the proportion of 30% Humic acid and 70% Fulvic Acid from his previous EC posts for those 2 ingredients (Forever Thank You, Ted :-)).

Does anyone know how much of this dry Humic/Fulvic blend should be added to say, 8 ounces of water?

Or conversely, if I have a dry measured teaspoon of 70% Fulvic Acid and 30% Humic powder/granules combined, how much water should be added to this to make the liquid solution?

And then- How much of the resultant liquid would typically be ingested?

Does anyone know the answer to this, or can anyone point me to an explanatory EC link which I might have missed somehow (been searching for this info for weeks:-/)?

Ted, do you have time to answer this, I hope? Or anybody else?

Thanks a million, and Thank You Earthclinic :-),


General Feedback
Posted by Nvrt (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) on 11/08/2012

Were you able to find an answer to this - please let me know - I am also curious about how much water needs to be added to say a teaspoon of the humic/fulvic mix.

General Feedback
Posted by Ginny (Provo, Utah) on 04/18/2012
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For those people who want to know more about Humic Acids. It is a chain of humic, fulvic and ulmic molecules and comes from ancient deposts that are called humates or they are made at the roots of plants. The worldwide research on its benefits for plants, animals and humans is incredible! I have been using it on my plants and myselfs for 4 years now and will continue. Ginny

Where to Buy Info
Posted by Dr R.k.khatri (Mumbai India, Maharashtra) on 04/14/2012

Dear Members, Best source of Fulvic/ Humic acid is Leonardite based. And this is in colour of dark brown to black and acitic Ph 2 to 3. This should used with non-chlorinated water and should be free from any heavy metals and becteria before use.

Regards, Dr R.K.Khatri

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