Humic Acid is a natural ionic molecule extracted from ancient organic soil deposits, a key element for our nutrient starved world. These ancient soil deposits - named humus, or humin, from the Greek word for soil, is vital for the reversal and prevention of disease and essential for optimal health.
Humic acid contains highly-concentrated minerals and rejuvenating substances. These substances are composed of long chain molecules which are high in molecular weight, dark brown to black in color and soluble in an alkaline solution.
Humic acid binds to both positive and negative charged ions making it the most powerful free radical scavenger natural antioxidant.
Humic Acid's antiviral nature prevents viruses from reattaching to host cells by coating the receptor sites of the viruses with a protective thin film. Since the virus cannot attach, its reproduction is stopped and symptoms disappear with continued use.
Humic Acid can balance and energize all cell life and biological properties it comes in contact with.
Black Gold Medicine as the ancients called it, was used throughout history since the 14th century Ming dynasty, and continues to this day, to be used as an outstanding rejuvenater.
Topical application of humic Acid may significantly reduce or even completely suppress the outbreak of viral lesions.
Scientific studies have documented the anti-viral effects of humic acid against a multitude of viruses including the common cold and influenza plus many other serious ones.
Here's a sampling of the hundreds of scientific studies that have been conducted on the broad spectrum anti-viral effects of humic acid:
Medical Aspects and Applications of Humic Substances, Klocking, R.; et al., Biopolymers for Medical and Pharmaceutical Applications, 2005
National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) under the auspices of the National Institutes of Health, August 2001 - January 2002
National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), under the auspices of the National Institutes of Health, August 2001 - January 2002
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