Viruses live even in microscopic and disease-causing organisms, where they “hitchhike with”. Viruses coat themselves with an impenetrable shell of protein so that defenses can do any harm to them. Fulvic acid helps to resolve these barriers by permeates the fortifications and neutralize the viruses and their venom. Fulvic acid can make the viruses also vulnerable, so that the immune system can work. This is but just the beginning. Bausch & Lomb gathered all the information. Fulvic acid also has the remarkable ability to alert the immune system to the virus or the disease invaders and to regulate and strengthen the immune system.
Fulvic acid is produced by the action of billions and billions microscopic plants, such as yeast, algae and fungi. They all participate in the process of decomposition of originally living matter. The fulvic acid is also considered highly developed, water-soluble substance of this earth. Every living organism in the world, whether plant, animal or human, is fighting a lifelong battle against viruses, infections and diseases. This intense fight for survival continues and becomes even more intense between ground-based, microscopic plants during the decomposition. Because these substances are recycled, they are small and small and sophisticated to naturally. Finally, they are soluble in water and become fulvic acid. The plant protection mechanisms that are to fulvic acid, are virtually immortal.
Because these protections are so stable that they remain intact and not disintegrate in the process of decomposition and also are not used up, they are just sophisticated and get extraordinary properties. These protective substances are fragments of DNA, the building blocks of the fulvic acid. To give each generation of living organisms health and longevity, for the duration of its existence. When fulvic acid is dissolved and combined with water, the water is transformed. Its molecular structure is changed and is organized. Scientists have found that the water is energized and thus is able to give unusual biological ‘messages’ of life.