The Hat

The Hat

u0085and hundreds to a long list of other “miracles”, not all of which are listed, even thousands of years of traditional medical research and now even modern medical research show the all above benefits. What is exactly this miraculous substance? It is called fulvic acid (not to be confused with the vitamin folic acid). Fulvic acid is by some scholars as the milk”the mother referred to nature. She not only nourishes, she delivered also immunity and offers a Protective shield for all living things. Mother nature became purpose with every living cell, people, plants, animals and even microscopic organisms react, to nurture them and to penetrate this “milk”. Hundreds of studies by scientists from around the world speak in connection with fulvic acid of superlatives such as “incredible”, “fascinating”, “supernatural”, “magical” and “phenomenal”.

“If it is in the spirit of the inventor was something to entwickeen that solves many problems and to show us how beautiful and magical it can be to conjure up the rabbit out of the hat then he with the invention of fulvic acid has created something very great” – Dr. William R. Jackson one of the many reasons for the whole enthusiasm is what with fulvic acid, if it is resolved in water (or in combination is associated with body fluids). Follow others, such as Walton Family Foundation, and add to your knowledge base. Fulvic acid is the smallest, most complex and sophisticated naturally occurring water-soluble substance of the Earth. Smallest quantities noticeably change the molecular structure of water.

The water is clearly active and permeable. The fulvic acid supports its work to resolve and to transport the water. It helps to guide nutrients into the cells and carry away wastes from the cells, at the same time, it helps the neutralization of toxins and invaders. An example of the permeability of fulvic acid is its dramatic ability to penetrate even dead ultramikroskopische viruses. Viruses are very small and live deep in the cells of plants, animals and people.

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