Fulvic Acid & Virus FAQs
In these challenging times, health conscious individuals everywhere are exploring as many natural antiviral treatments as possible.
For several decades Humic and Fulvic Acid have been recognized by scientists – as well as by the government’s own National Institutes of Health (NIH) – as a powerful antiviral.
So, in this article we answer our customers most frequently asked questions about the general antiviral applications of Fulvic acid. We encourage you to share these findings with your personal healthcare provider, so you can make your own decisions as to whether you want to add Nature’s Fulvic supplements to your health and wellness regimen.
Are Fulvic Acid, Humic Acid & Humates the same thing?
Humate refers to the nutrient-rich organic plant matter that has been naturally composted and concentrated over millions of years. Humate is rich in Humic and Fulvic acids.
These Humic and Fulvic acids are “negatively charged” – giving them the unique ability to bind to “positively charged” nutrients and mineral ions that the body needs for health, like iron, magnesium, manganese, calcium, zinc and many other.
And because Humic and Fulvic acid molecules are very small they can effectively deliver these important micronutrients to the body’s cells. However, Fulvic acid – “the miracle molecule” – has a molecular size that is much smaller than Humic acid, making Fulvic acid superior for carrying and delivering trace minerals and other nutrients to the body’s cells.
Who Says Fulvic Acid is an Antiviral?
Several scientific studies have been conducted on the effectiveness of humates (Humic and Fulvic acid) in preventing or treating viruses. As far back as the 1970s scientific reports have found humates to be effective at the prevention and treatment of viral diseases such as influenza A, herpes, chicken pox, mononucleosis, Ebola virus, Hanta virus, and even HIV. (READ MORE about these studies here.)
In a report entitled “Broad Spectrum Antiviral Effectiveness of Humates” the US government’s own National Institutes for Health studied Humic acid’s properties for fighting viral diseases. That study concluded that when Humic acid was consumed before the virus invaded the body, it was highly effective in preventing disease.
Does This Also Mean Fulvic Acid Fight All Viruses?
Fulvic Acid is generally accepted by the scientific community as a powerful, 100% natural, general antiviral. However, an estimated 10 nonillion (1 followed by 30 zeros) individual viruses exist on our planet – and more than 200 viruses are known to cause disease in humans. So individual research studies have not been conducted on the effectiveness of Humic & Fulvic acid in preventing or treating every specific virus.
However, scientists do know that all viruses work in the same general way: invading a cell to make it reproduce more of the virus. And the antiviral properties of Humic & Fulvic Acid have been demonstrated as effective against many viruses. Future studies would be necessary to prove whether Fulvic acid might have the same prophylactic effects on specific viruses.
Is Fulvic Acid Safe?
Fulvic acid contains the micronutrients and minerals that the body needs to maintain health and wellness – and nothing else. Not a single medical study has ever shown any risk, side-effects or complications from taking Fulvic acid as a supplement. Additionally, there are no known adverse reactions between Fulvic acid and other supplements.
Because it is comprised of 100% organic, plant-based nutrients, micronutrients and minerals, Fulvic Acid causes no known allergic reactions, or side-effects. It is even considered by the medical community to be safe for children and pregnant women – although you should always get your physician’s permission first.
And, of course, you should never discontinue a prescribed medication without first consulting with your doctor.
Should I Take Fulvic Acid as an AntiViral?
In addition to providing general antiviral protection, Fulvic Acid has been scientifically proven to offer the body MANY benefits. During times of stress and/or exposure to any virus or any other contagious disease supporting the body’s overall health is essential.
Proven Benefits of Fulvic Acid Include:
- Fights viruses
- Supports immune system
- Filters out toxins
- Increases stamina & endurance
- Aids in controlling high blood pressure
- Reduces inflammation
- Helps to Super-Oxygenate the blood
- Repairs and regenerate cells
- Corrects nutritional deficiencies and imbalances
- Maintains optimum pH Levels
While we do not make scientific claims about the ability of Fulvic acid to fight a specific virus, we can state with confidence that Fulvic acid offers myriad benefits for optimal health and wellbeing – including general immune boosting as well as the proven ability to fight many known viruses.
The supplements you put into your body are a decision for you alone, in conjunction with guidance from your own healthcare providers. But with no known side effects, and so many health benefits, many people are turning to Fulvic Acid Supplements as an integral part of their health and wellbeing during these stressful times.
Fulvic Acid AntiViral Supplements
In light of the proven and well-documented antiviral properties and overall health benefits of Humic / Fulvic acid, many of our loyal, long-term customers take Nature’s Fulvic supplements during these challenging times as a general prophylactic against infection and disease.
With no none risks – and so many documented health benefits –Fulvic acid is relied upon by thousands as part of a routine for living a healthy life during these challenging times.
If your healthcare provider is not familiar with the benefits of Humic & Fulvic acid as an antiviral and immune booster we also encourage you to share this information with them.
IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: This article is provided as general information only and is not intended to be used as medical advice. While the many benefits of Fulvic acid are well documented through clinical research, we are not representing that Fulvic acid is a cure for any disease. Only your treating physician can determine if Fulvic acid may be a beneficial part of your personal healthcare regimen.