Fulvic Acid Cures

Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Alain (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) on 11/18/2009

I checked the fulvic acid page https://www.earthclinic.com/supplements/fulvic_acid.html

All the product names or web site addresses have been removed from the posts. I understand EC's policy of not advertising products. But humic acid powder is not easy to find like ACV or Vitamin C. It seems to be sold in agriculture as fertilizer. So I think this is a case where the removal of product/web site names is very unfortunate.

IMO I now think that this policy could be relaxed.

Thanks

Alain

Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Cindy (Ch, Wi) on 01/04/2010

i would also like to know of a source to purchase this, i have not had any luck anywhere.thank you.


Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Rena (Mineral Bluff, Georgia, USA) on 01/05/2010

Go to the Fulvic Acid Supplements link here on Earth Clinic, and read what Robert From Independence has to say, he gives you a big clue. Also if you know who Dr. Gabriel Cousens is, he also recommends this product. He sells it on his site, but you can order directly from the company. Peace, Rena.


Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Thomas Seay (Palo Alto, Ca) on 11/10/2010

Could someone please email me the name of a good place to buy Fulvic/Humic acid? Good= Good Quality AND Reasonable Price.
Thanks, Thomas


Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Maria (Comox Valley, British Columbia) on 01/28/2011

Hi Wendy
I was reading up on fulvic acid and found your post. You've mentioned, that you found a raw food family in British Columbia selling it. I was wondering if you could pass the information onto me as I would really like to try out fulvic acid. It sounds so promising.


Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Bess (Calgary, Alberta, Canada) on 01/28/2011

Hi Maria - In case Wendy doesn't see your question, this may be the supplier she uses for fulvic/humic acid (all organic I believe) - Real Raw Food located in Naramata, BC. The Web site is www.realrawfood.com.

I haven't ordered from them yet but, after reading about Wendy's great results, I've added it to my wish list!

I don't know if it's Wendy's supplier but it sure sounds similar. Cheers, Bess


Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Marika (Stanthorpe, Qld) on 02/09/2012

Hi I am a really tired mum like you were, I have raised 8 kids and feel washed out constantly. How much fulvic acid do you take daily and how much vit c powder? Thanks- I need to make a difference of more energy in my life.


Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Tammy (Thompson, Manitoba) on 01/24/2016

Hi very interested in this product and you indicated how amazing it has been for you...please let me know who carries this in Canada as the shipping costs and our Loonies is sad :( You mentioned someone in BC...Much Appreciated.


Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Mary (Wi) on 05/01/2016

Hey Cindy! I live in WI also. Wondering if you have found a good reputable Fulvic Acid that you could recommend to me! Thanks!


Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Dianna (Citrus Heights, Ca) on 11/02/2009

I've submitted this question previously with no response. I know Ted is busy but I am really hoping for some guidance. I've found a few websites selling it but the ingredients differ so it is confusing for a layperson such as myself to determine which is the best and/or what to look for in a fulvic acid product.

Some sites include:
http://www.fulvic.org/
http://www.vitalearth.net/
http://herbnhenna.com/Shilajit-Anti-Aging-Fulvic-Acid-by-Baithyanath-P215005.aspx
http://www.supremefulvic.com/
http://www.fulvarex.com/
http://www.omicaplus.com/
http://www.healthylivingintl.com/minerals/index.htm

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Marcus (Grand Rapids, Mi) on 10/25/2010

I take Pure Fulvic Minerals from http://www.purefulvicminerals.com It is rich in fulvic acid with trace minerals. Very potent and pure stuff.


Where to Buy: South Pacific
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
jennifer

Where to Buy: South Pacific
Posted by Loulou (Sydney, Nsw, Australia) on 04/14/2011

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


Where to Buy: South Pacific
Posted by Fabian (Tasman, NZ) on 04/09/2015

Hi Jennifer .

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

http://www.optimallyorganic.com/fulvic-ionic-minerals-x350

Enjoy!


Where to Buy: South Pacific
Posted by Randy (Canada) on 11/05/2015
1 out of 5 stars

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.


Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Doug (Show Low, Az) on 09/04/2009

OK Ted where can we get some granulated humic acid in the U.S.???

Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Betty189 (Niagara Falls, Ny, Us) on 05/01/2012

Hi all, I'm very confused, can anyone please tell me, is the fulvic acid inside the humic acid? If I buy humic acid will that be better than just fulvic acid? thank you for any response.


Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Betty (Niagara Falls, Ny) on 05/04/2012

Thank you Bill, wow I never saw so much good info about this! And going to the home page of your link is even a ton more information, I recommend everyone check out Bills link :)


Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Colin (British Columbia) on 09/09/2015

Indeed, thanks, Bill, for taking the time to share this fascinating information in such detail. Going to check out the link you provided.


Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Larry (Fairfax, Va) on 09/09/2015

To Jeff from Orlando & others knowlegeable about the benefits of Humic Acid. What are some of the specific benefits of Humic Acid? Can you please refer me to a link or website concerning this acid?


Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Bl (Ca) on 12/23/2018

Fulvic Acid should not contain minerals! I have been taking some and am now concerned I am making myself worse.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GbLM-C3DGbg by Dr Faust


Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Debra (NSW) on 01/10/2022 47 posts

Hi SOCS,

I am taking BOO too, it's an amazing product and I absolutely love it. Unfortunately now the company has closed down. I still have some left but looking for a new source of Humic and Fulvic acid. I love the black gold. How did you go with BOO?


Where to Buy: USA
Posted by Sharon (Utah) on 10/26/2022

Hi, what is BOO? I take the Fulvic Acid and it has helped me. I have had a myriad of issues and I seem to be coming together. I use it in distilled water I don't take a lot, 1-3 drops in a quart of water, couple times a day.

Thank you, Sharon

EC: Black Oxygen Organics, the name of a company that recently went out of business according to the post above.

The fulvic acid product apparently had elevated levels of lead and arsenic:

https://www.fda.gov/food/alerts-advisories-safety-information/fda-advises-consumers-not-use-fulvic-care-powder-and-tablets-black-oxygen-organics-due-elevated


General Feedback
Posted by Dave (Friend, Ne) on 03/22/2009
5 out of 5 stars

Fulvic acid fertilizer: Contrary to what some believe, I have been using humic/fulvic acids in my fertilizer program since 1994. I balance the soil with the help of these fine products to help Mother Nature build a healthy soil> Then I have a healthy crop, and Bovines eat it and they become healthy etc.

General Feedback
Posted by Loquat (Jinan, China) on 06/05/2013

Humic acid, is rapidly being recognized as one of the key elements in many scientific breakthroughs of the 21st century. It is one of the most crucial factors in the reversal and prevention of disease, as well as the maintenance of good health. I got this link: http://www.greenagrosource.com/the-benefits-of-humic-acid.html


General Feedback
Posted by Dave (Friend, Ne.) on 02/21/2009

I use humic acid in the soil. It is "hydrogen" or digestor of the soil. If the digestor is weak or missing, what do you suppose will happen to all that fertilizer that American Ag producers use? And could that be one reason that there is Nitrates in our water? Please read articles from The Albreght Papers (google search ) and you will learn just like this wonderful place @ Earth Clinic
Thank you...


Multiple Cures
Posted by George450 (Cerritos, Ca, USA) on 12/15/2009

I would truly appreciate it if someone can email me privately to let me know where to obtain fulvic acid/humic acid? Thank you so much

EC: Hi George, Please include your email address in your comments if you want our readers to email you directly!


Multiple Cures
Posted by Rena (Mineral Bluff, Georgia, Usa) on 12/15/2009

Hi George450 from Cerritos, Ca.

I am currently taking fulvic acid. Like you, I had no guidance in which one is the best to take. I am only on week 2, way to soon to report anything. I am planning on reporting after 3 months use.

My health complaint at this time is bursitis in my left shoulder, which runs all the way down past my left elbow. For some reason I have very weak tendons. About 7 years ago, I had tennis elbow in my right arm, and it took about 5 years for it to completely recover. I am trying to speed up the progress using fulvic acid, because like most health issues I know it is due to some kind of deficiency.

I am a long time Earth Clinic reader, a big fan of this site. I will report my results, good or bad, but only in due time, unless of course the ailment recovers before hand. Peace, Rena.


Multiple Cures
Posted by Ronit (Byron Bay, N.s.w Australia) on 03/07/2012

Hi Rena from Mineral Bluff, Georgia, Usa. Thank you for your detailed post from 3/6/2010, I would like to obtain information from you regarding purchasing the fulvic acid you were using, Can you please send me a private email and let me know where you buy your fulvic acid? I would really love to know. Thank in you advance Ronit

ronirobbaz(at)gmail.com


Multiple Cures
Posted by Cazroid (Ogallala, Ne, United States) on 04/29/2012

Rena, If you're still involved with this process I'd love to hear from you and the direction things have gone for you with Fulvic Acid. I was curious about your using Bioag's Wujinsan vs. Optimally Organics products and what your results were. Also is it a problem that the Wujinsan comes in a plastic bottle? Any and all information you might have to share if greatly appreciated, I'm just embarking on the dirt eating/drinking pathway! Thanks! Caswelldoug(at)hotmail.com


Multiple Cures
Posted by Regina (Miami Beach, Fl) on 10/23/2009

Can you please send me a private email and let me know where you buy your fulvic acid? I would really love to know. Thanks

EC: Please include your email address inside your text comments, otherwise it won't appear on the site. Thanks!


Multiple Cures
Posted by Lonnie (Houston, Tx) on 11/20/2009

would like to know where to find this humic /fulvic acid here in usa....where did you get yours...would be greatly appreciated....thanks lonnie


Multiple Cures
Posted by Joe (River Ridge, La. 70123) on 01/07/2010

I would like to know were i can get the humic acid Ted is talking about.

Thanks,
Joe


Multiple Cures
Posted by Cindy (Cochrane, Wi) on 01/07/2010

dear earth clinic,

i would also like to know of sources for humic acid.internet searches are confusing. don't know if you are spending on a good product or not.would you be willing to e-mail good product and sources. thank you so much for earth clinic,i found this site a year ago and thankful i did!

EC: Sorry, never bought or researched humic acid! We'll open the door on this one and let people post product names that they like.


Multiple Cures
Posted by Merryanne (Orange City, Florida, Usa) on 01/08/2010 119 posts

Hello Cindy, this is Merryanne in FL,,I purchased Fulvic Acid from ebay.com there is humic also but I purchased the Fulvic acid powder,,I have not used it yet, I have been trying to solve some fungus infections, I do plan on using it soon, unless I resolve this problem soon...good luck,,and for most of my other vitimins and mineral I use purebulk.com, good health and happy days, Merryanne


Multiple Cures
Posted by Paula (Oakland, Ca, Usa) on 02/10/2011

Hi all,

I am looking for the best source of fulvic (or humic acid) for humans and pets. Would you please email me your sources?

Thank you so much!

Paula


Multiple Cures
Posted by Joyce (Lansdowne, Pa) on 02/11/2011

Supreme Fulvic


Multiple Cures
Posted by Raj (Princeton, Usa) on 02/11/2011

www.bioag.com


Multiple Cures
Posted by Khali (Puerto Rico) on 07/08/2013

Where can I buy in a reliable place the Fulvic/Humeric water?


Multiple Cures
Posted by Lisa (Il, US) on 04/08/2015

Candace from LA--please email me regarding your post. Thanks in advance!


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!

Where to Buy: South Pacific
Posted by Catherine (Wellington, New Zealand) on 10/23/2008

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)


General Feedback
Posted by Nguyen (Vietnam) on 08/10/2005

I am 35years old, living in Vietnam. As you know, VN is an agriculture country (80% of population) and there are many peat-area. I am looking for technology, equipments that can help me to extract humic acid from peat - this is a good target in business and support my peasants in VN for better life. Please kindly contact me with my above email address. I do hope to be advised from you how to extract humic acid. Thank you in advance.

General Feedback
Posted by Ted (Bangkok, Thailand) 383 posts

The amount of humic acid in peats are so small you cannot do it. Most humic acids and fulvic acid are extracted from near ancient prehistoric deposits on top of coal. In coal mining they resemble a very low grade for heating purposes only, bituminous coal deposits.

However, humic acid are softer than bituminous coal deposits for which they are extracted with humic acid. You cannot do it from extracting from peats, it takes many tons of peat just to get only a handful of fulvic acid or humic acid. The best way to make money from fulvic acid is to mix them into fertilizer to improve the uptake of minerals by the plant.

It causes fertilizer chemical to be biologically available. To date there is no fertilizer chemicals
using this process, but it works well.


General Feedback
Posted by Carl (Nottingham, England, Uk) on 11/15/2009

i have been looking at suppliers here in england for fulvic acid in 32oz quantities and still require adding to water yet advertised on here in 2oz "concentrated" amounts is concentrated "natural" any advice on buying the real deal, thanks.



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