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Not all fulvic acids are the same

Apr 3, 2020

Not all fulvic acids are the same. Learn why Fulvex® stands apart from the rest.

What color is the fulvic acid you’re using? Is it light yellow or dark brown? Fulvex® is a vibrant, dark, orangish color that is similar to that of a ripe orange. Harvested from multiple humate locations throughout North America, we only source high quality nano carbon complexes rich with ancient plant matter which was deposited naturally within the earth’s crust millions of years ago. By diversifying our approach through multiple sites, these nano carbon complexes provide many unique properties and benefits relating back to the original compounds and environmental conditions under which they were formed. Other fulvic acids may only use one humate site which results in a light yellow – low diversity fulvic acid. Most often, fulvic acids that are darker in nature result from an extraction process that doesn’t fully remove the humic from the fulvic acid giving it a darker color and making it a non-pure form of fulvic acid.

How is fulvic acid extracted from humates? Fulvex® is manufactured using an organic patented extraction process that we have been using for decades. Other fulvic acids are manufactured using the Classic Method (Potassium Hydroxide) extraction process which reduces fulvic acids’ beneficial content. It also leads to sub-standard product that is typically not organic or is biologically less effective. Our patented extraction process also allows us to produce a nano molecule up to 10 times smaller than any other fulvic acids on the market. This enables it to be extremely bioavailable. Fulvex® also has an incomparably high CEC rating emphasizing its ability to bind with ionic minerals.

A fulvic acid that can also act as an ingredient. Fulvex® is an antioxidant powerhouse full of trace nutrients and potent electrolytes that work at the plant’s cellular level. These qualities result in a higher binding/chelating capacity and enhances cellular translocation especially when formulated as an ingredient. When added as an ingredient, it can enhance the performance of the formulation by enabling efficient micronutrient uptake and enhance yield and crop production, in turn adding value to your crops quality and quantity while increasing market value.