Fulvic acid is one of nature’s most powerful organic electrolytes that is usually found in soil and in plants.
Fulvic acid has the ability to energize and balance cells and biological processes by transforming nutrients
into smaller molecules. Fulvic Acid’s ability to decrease the sizes of nutrients allows nutrient uptake to be
more efficient, meaning the cells have more resources available for energy production. Taking Fulvic Acid aids the body in a variety of ways. Some benefits of Fulvic Acid that have been observed are:
• Increased energy
• Detoxification of heavy metals and toxins.
• Increased metabolism of proteins, contributing to DNA and RNA synthesis
• Restoration of electrochemical balance
• Increased activity of enzymes
• Enhancement of Immune System
• Increased absorption of nutrients and minerals
Magnesium Chloride Bicarbonate
Bicarbonate ions working alongside magnesium in Magnesium Chloride Bicarbonate naturally creates
conditions for more efficient metabolism. Bicarbonate helps transport magnesium into the cells to aid in a
variety of different enzymatic reactions in the cells. Magnesium is involved in a host of enzymatic reactions,
so having an abundance of magnesium the cells can use is crucial for efficient cellular processes.
Bicarbonate on the other hand has health benefits of its own. Bicarbonate helps to alkalinize the body. Most
of the food and beverages we consume are acidic, causing the leaching of minerals from bone and our
organs to keep our blood pH at a neutral level. The leaching of minerals from bone can be detrimental to
good health. Absorbing bicarbonate will help prevent the leaching of minerals from organs and bone by
alkalizing the body overall, keeping the cells in balance and healthy.
New Research Supports The Theory That Water Has Memory
New research from the Aerospace Institute of the University of Stuttgart in Germany supports the theory that water has a memory—a claim that could change our whole way of looking at the world. Does water have memory? Can it retain an “imprint” of energies to which it has been exposed? This theory was first proposed by the late French immunologist Dr. Jacques Benveniste, in a controversial article published in 1988 in Nature, as a way of explaining how homeopathy works. Benveniste’s theory has continued to be championed by some and disputed by others. The video clip to the right, from the Oasis HD Channel, shows some fascinating recent experiments with water “memory” from the Aerospace Institute of the University of Stuttgart in Germany. The results with the different types of flowers immersed in water are particularly evocative.