Fulvic Acid Benefits: Boost Health Naturally

Where to Buy: Internet

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Posted by Dmitriy (Toronto, Ontario Canada) on 08/09/2011

if anyone interested in humic acid in bulk form you can go to kelp4less.com I just bought it from them but never used it yet.

Replied by Linda
(San Francisco, Ca, Usa)

Hi Dmitriy, I got mine from the same place. Have you used it yet? I'm still formulating, but will post when I do.


Replied by Pete
(Austin, Tx)

I tried kelp4less humic & fulvic acid mix. I mix a liter of pure water to a teaspoon of mix and drink about 20 oz. a day.

My results so far is that I feel like it helps me hydrate when I'm thirsty. It counteracts acidity I noticed too. Also, when you feel run down for no reason, it seems to neutralize the toxins inside of you and makes you feel better. It's supposedly great for counteracting radiation.

Replied by Linda
(San Francisco, Ca, Usa)

Hi Peter from Austin :-), I am writing to thank you so much for posting this; I have actually posted this very question just now, before I found this. Now, thanks to you, I am able to extrapolate from your post what I should do, and I feel that I have enough information to proceed.

BTW my Fulvic/Humic came from the same place ( :-) great people :-) ), except that it sounds like you might have got it as a mix, whereas I got the powdered Fulvic and granulated Humic acids separately.

Once I get my stuff blended and tried out and have an experiential opinion on it, I will post back here; I do not know how long that will take though. I do want to put some safeguards into my blend which will not impair the Humic/Fulvic activity, yet will be precautions for sanitizing things in case it is necessary because of processing, etc...

Thanks again for posting Peter :-). I would be interested in hearing your further thoughts on this BTW, if you have any further experiences to add to it by now...

Stay well, Linda

Replied by Sadie

Hi both, I am trying to locate some fulvic/humic and this company does ship to the uk. I was wondering how you both got on with your purchases from them. regards

Where to Buy: Ontario

Posted by Alena (London, Ontario) on 07/11/2015

Could someone please let me know what brand of fulvic acid I can buy in London, Ontario. I went to an Ontario Growers Supply and bought some, and on the exterior it says liquid gold, yet it also states on the label - DO NOT swallow! Suffice it to say, I'm a little confused. Thanks.

Replied by Rosemary

Agri-Growth International Inc.
Web site

This site sells SupremeFulvic from the US company Supremfulvic.com

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

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: South Pacific

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Posted by Jennifer (Sydney, Australia) on 10/20/2009

hello!! Can anyone please tell me where I can get hold of humic /fulvic acid in Australia please???

Thank you

Replied by Loulou
(Sydney, Nsw, Australia)

I'd love to know where to buy pure organic fulvic acid to use as a gusha tool please email me at laurengrifoni[at]hotmail[dot]com

Replied by Fabian
(Tasman, NZ)

Hi Jennifer .

here the link of the best website and organic products on Earth.



Replied by Randy

Optimally claims their Fulvic is alkaline, but the pH on test sheet shows 1.26 (acidic). In water that has organic material can claim they have Fulvic, but the ancient material comes from humic acid>>then you extract the Fulvic acid. If they are using distilled water for extraction, you can't get an alkaline end product. Be careful with these companies that claim to be the best in the world has been my experience. Do your own due diligence for your own health and safety.

Replied by Demetriae
1 posts

The highest grades of fulvic acid have a low ph until they are consumed. Once consumed it functions the same way a lime or lemon does.

Where to Buy: South Pacific
Posted by Jane (Wellington, NZ) on 03/02/2007

Could someone from New Zealand or Australia tell me where to buy Fulvic and Humic Acid please!

Replied by Catherine
(Wellington, New Zealand)

Reply to Jane..for shaljit try www.shaman.co.nz (they are currently out of stock but I'm hoping to get some soon too)

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.

Replied by Anon

Amazon stocks it.

Replied by Sadie

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

Replied by Anon

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

Replied by Yamenja
(Leamington Spa, Uk)

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

Where to Buy: USA

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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.

Replied by Earthpharmer
(Portland Oregon)

I wand to reply to this post just to enlighten folks around the potency and viability factors around fulvic. Our most commonly asked question about pure fulvic acid isolate...Question: Does not say the strength of the product percent of fulvic acid. There are a lot of products online that have very little fulvic acid in them. Does the potency matter? Earth Pharm's Answer: Our fulvic is a pure isolate. As there is no industry standardized testing method it is impossible to compare apples to apples. Suppliers who sell solely on concentration are taking advantage of customers who are unaware of the quantitative issues with fulvic. Many tests have limited refinement steps and favor polluted products. Our source supports the International Humic Substance Society adopted USGS/IHSS classical method . This is not the best extraction method, but the best for isolation and testing because it has the most refinement steps. However, because it produces the lowest fulvic numbers, and has the potential to expose unrefined products, it has yet to be adopted industry wide. It's also important to note that source and manufacturing methods make the most difference when it comes to product quality. If the concentration is high, but has been denatured by the extraction process or polluted with toxic minerals like mercury and lead, then it's of little value to your body. To our knowledge, our product is the only one on the market that provides actual fulvic acid content based on the newly approved test method for fulvic acid developed by the Humic Product Trade Association.The fulvic acid level is tested by the only accredited method which has just been approved this year by the International Humic Substances Society the Humic Product Trade association. Any other method is not valid and can not detect fraudulent products the new IHHS method can by using Hi Tech separation method. The new approved valid method uses a dialysis resin to test the fulvic because this duplicates the action of the kidneys, if it can pass through the kidneys then it will make it into the cell of your body instead of just being excreted in the urine. This is the key to the availability of fulvic acid called molecular weight if it can not pass through the test bed resin it has no biological value for plants or animals. This method prevents fraud and gives the only approved and valid method of testing the value and amount of bioactive fulvic acid. A word from our processing partners: “We really can't concentrate the product more than the current concentration because if it is too concentrated it “clumps” and will not enter the cell as well, you can not see the clumping with the naked eye it is on molecular level.”

With that said, it would be a disservice to our consumers to concentrate the product more as it will start to diminish the viability of the product on a molecular level making it have less open binding receptors. Find our Fulvic and answers to any questions at https://www.superimmune.org

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

Where can I purchase quality Fulvic Acid?

Replied by Ed
(Portland, Oregon)

Hi, The best resource I have found in the United States for really high quality Fulvic Acid is at www.earthpharmlabs.com

They have a free fulvic acid book download as well as other useful info. I've tried just about all of the different brands and this one is different. They process it to the Chinese standards of fulvic acid. In Chinese medicine they are very strict about standards for fulvic. The product must contain no minerals of any kind to be classified as true fulvic acid. There are many other criteria but that is the main one that I was interested in.

Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Julia (Mays Landing, Nj) on 08/15/2011

Where can I purchase Humic Acid? I am steriod dependent with Ulcerated Colitis and saw your remedy but I don't know where to purchase the Humic Acid. Is it the same as Fulvic Acid?

Replied by Robyn Wood
(New Mexico)

Hi, you can buy quality humic and fluvic acid at our friend Danny's company named: Anasazi Gold Organics located in Taos, New Mexico...

here's the Website:


email: [email protected]

Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Terri (Lehigh Acres, Fl) on 10/05/2010

Would someone e-mail me directly for a quality humic/fulvic acid supplement @[email protected]

Replied by Stephani
(Shreveport, La, Caddo)

I buy avirol a humic/fulvic acid. Have you found any yet? I have only used it 3 times, but have had great luck. I'm just a little concerned because I don't really know whats in it, or if its safe. Please email me and let me know what u think

Replied by Mike
(Baltimore, Maryland, Usa)

I don't know the rule here but love reading on this site and I've tried several cures so far, including oil pulling.

I discovered fulvic acid a couple years ago and buy mine (I won't name the product) from morningstar minerals in new mexico, usa. There is supposedly a big deposit in new mexico.

I love to grow my own organic vegatables and they sold me a huge bag, maybe 25lbs for like $12. Hec, it costs more than twice that cost to ship it across country to maryland where I live. I sprinkle the humic acid pieces.... Which look like big, poor ground chunks of coffee beans..... In my garden every winter. I "very litely" sprinkle it around my lettuces, beets, tomato plants, etc..... So it dissolves in the soil and the roots of the plant uptake it..... And I eat it and the veggies should have a higher mineral content.

The fulvic acid supplement is supposed to give energy and be an amazing electrolyte. It also has amino acids in it. I don't take it daily but occasionally I add some to distilled water.

I'm more interested in getting higher mineral content to my veggies.

I'm hooked on making green smoothies and every day I bottle up chopped up organic beet roots and leaves, kale, spinach, brocolli, carrots, swiss chard..... Apples, pineapples, peach, orange, kiwi, banana and more. I vary the recipe but its NOT juiced where the pulp is removed. I am full and don't eat as much and booming with energy.

I think the fulvic minerals add to the energy.

Do a web search on fulvic deposits in new mexico, usa and you should find out more about it. I am only ending my first full year of using it as a soil additive to my garden. In theory, its going to help recondition the soil and make my veggies way more vitamin and mineral rich.


I would like to get the address where you buy your humic acid I am looking for it in the bulk as I plan to feed it to horses. If you can feed it to a horse, it's safe for you.

Replied by Dr R.k.khatri
(Mumbai, Maharashtra India)

Dear Forum Members, I can supply regular best product of Fulvic/humic acid (Organic European Origin) for human consumption. This is one of the best product for detoxification of body and gives more energy. It is also the best product to treat many body disfunctions and diseases.


Dr R.K.Khatri

Contact - 91 09619921951

Replied by Rodm
(Seattle, Wa)

I'm looking for humic / Fulvic supplement. I want it for my health, tired all the time (but I do have sleep apnea, getting a cpap machine soon)

I also want it for correcting my hormone profile, my testosterone is low. It is 500ng/dl. Which is half what it was when I was in my 30's. I am 57 yrs old now. I just started taking the Borax 1/4tsp per day.

I live on the west coast, so I need something from the US, so the shipping doesn't kill me. Thank You.

Replied by Lowest
(New York, New York)

You can buy a humic and fulvic acid at www.thegoodlycompany.com... it's organic and mechanically extracted. Regards

Replied by Caroline

I have seen fulvic acid at Swanson's vitamins

Replied by Janet

Harold I buy mine from EBay. Ted has said 70% pure is good. But Ebay Provides 99% pure. I would also look into a local co op or tractor supply. Co ops here will order bulk for you and give a 10% discount on large orders. Janet

Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Isabelle (Garden Grove, Ca Usa) on 07/30/2010

Hello everybody! I was researching on humic/fulvic trying to find a way to differentiate between all the product offer on the net. I did find a site selling to organic growers that keep it sale pitch moderate and give good explanations on the different sources and vocabulary of humus (ex: Terminology of Humus-related Materials Humus--product resulting from decay of organic matter. Contains both humic and non-humic material. Humin--the alkali-insoluble fraction of leonardite. (The usage of this term does not correspond exactly with the usage by other workers. ). Humic substances--(plural) the collective name for the acid radicals found in humic matter. Typically separated from humic matter by alkaline extraction. Humic acid--(singular) the acid radical found in humic matter which is soluble in alkali but insoluble in acid, methyl ethyl ketone, and methyl alcohol. Humate--the salts of humic acids, collectively, or the salts of humic acid specifically. (The usage must be determined from the context. )

Fulvic acid--the acid radical found in humic matter which is soluble in alkali, acid, methyl ethyl ketone, and methyl alcohol. Fulvates--the salts of fulvic acid. Leonardite--a soft brown coal-like deposit usually found in conjunction with deposits of lignite. Lignite--a type of soft coal. ) so humic is NOT soluble in acid but fulvic is. That important if we mix it with apple cider vinegar! And if you browse well the site you'll find pics of the different layers of soil in monuments valley and it seem that for legal purpose the same product is name differently in ca and or than the rest of the states. We don't have to buy from them but their site help with the understanding.

The site is bioag if ec allow the mention. If it was not for Ted's remedy I would have used it only for plants but now, I am going to get it for myself and for the pets. I hope this help someone. PEACE!

Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Pr (Houston, Texas, Usa) on 03/18/2010

I have found a fossilized plant humic acid and the company sells the liquid form as food grade; but not for human consumption. After much research I have found out the powdered form is the same source sold by other companies for double or triple the amount. I know I cannot give a name but if you will type in food grade humic acid in the google search I think you should find it. The company is a gardening company. Hope this helps.

Replied by Gean
(Salina, Ks)

Does anyone know of a place in the U.S. to order fulvic acid powder for human consumption? Thank you very much.

Replied by Regina

Do you think the poster from 2010 meant Bioag or wow wallace?

Replied by Reg

Please post the name & dose you use.

I was wondering if Wallace WOW would work as its OMRI rated. Thx

Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Donna (Midland, Tx) on 01/21/2010

Someone please email me @ [email protected] the best fulvic acid product to use. The search is endless!

Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Anna (Austin, Texas) on 01/03/2010 11 posts

I am interested in knowing what the best humic fulvic acid is. I have found some with just humic and just fulvic and some with both. Ted mentioned a powder form but all I can find is for animal use and fertilizer and you have to buy a ton of that at a time. Please send any info to Anna at [email protected]

Replied by Ruselrones
(New York, NY)

As per my knowledge Organically grown foods must have a humic soil base composed of degraded organic compounds and soil. Farmers who grow crops with chemical fertilizers and pesticides destroy the humus beds and microorganisms of the soil. A century ago, our farm lands boasted a foot of humic and Fulvic soil whereas today it is less than four inches. The amount of organically viable land fertile enough to produce nutritious and healthy foods diminishes each year as does the health of those eating the nutritionally deficient plants.

Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Tina (Denver, Colorado) on 11/24/2009

Could you please send a private email and let me know where I can buy the granulated humic acid/fulvic acid. I want to be able to make my own mixture as Ted does. I don't want to spend alot of money on the Fulvic Acid products that I've found online. And my local health food store has no idea what I'm talking about when I ask for fulvic acid.

I want to take it as a mineral supplement as my family has no known illnesses. I simply want to get the amount of fulvic acid that one would get if our soil wasn't depleted.

Thank you!

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