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About Humic Acid

“Pets need supplements just as much as we do. Their feed comes from the same place, it’s just made in a different way. The following article describes Humic and Fulvic acid’s benefits on humans, however this is true to all animal species as well. ” Dr. Csongor Moldvay – VET

“Why Can’t We Get Minerals From Our Food?

There are many reasons why we can’t get enough minerals from our food. The two biggest reasons are the onset of large scale commercial agriculture which uses soil depleting methods and agricultural chemicals, mostly fertilizers and pesticides.

100 years ago, farmers used to put rich compost back into the soil as fertilizers. They used to rotate crops and let fields rest and heal. But since our food production system has become so commercialized, it’s no longer possible for farmers to put back nutrients into the soil on such a large scale. It’s also not economically feasible.

How Humic and Fulvic Acids Work

The biochemistry and positive effect that Humic and Fulvic Acid have on the human body can be simplified into four sentences:

  • Humic and Fulvic Acids are ancient substances that give you an abundance of minerals that you can’t get in food anymore.
  • Minerals are essential for good health and longevity.
  • Your body knows how to assimilate Humic and Fulvic Acid, as they turn on physiological switches that activate certain biological functions in the body such as disease prevention or disease symptoms.
  • You can’t get these minerals that are essential for your health anywhere else.

Our bodies already intrinsically know how to assimilate minerals. In the modern world, we are literally starved for them. The body needs to consume them, and thankfully we now know that’s possible with Humic Acid.”

Katie Wells 2019, 17 Humic Acid Uses and Benefits, Accessed: 3/22/2019, Available at

Humic substances are the biological, chemical and geological degradation products of life on earth. Humic substances form most of the organic materials (biomasses) that can be found on earth. One of planet’s most significant natural phenomena is that the reproduction of living materials is mainly made possible by the solid degradation products of living materials. Humus (soil-peat-coal) is our planet’s most important solid degradation product, therefore it is the most important medium for the duplication of continental biomasses.

In agricultural and medical practice, humic acid (which form a chemical group that can be well defined in chemical terms) is intermediaries of the positive effects attributed to humic carriers (peat-leonardite) and they are the intermediate products of the decomposition of the organic matter.

Humic substances has already been used in medicine in antiquity. Their use was based on observations; for example wounded animals were dipping in mud and their wounds healed. In the absence of medicine during World War I, the truncated body parts of the soldiers were fomented with mud. Soviet scientists were studying humic acids most actively during the Cold War. They were looking for a simple and inexpensive material that could neutralize the consequences of an atomic attack. With the break-up of the Soviet Union, research was postponed.

Mud has approximately 25% humic acid content. It is a popular choice for wellness hotels, as humic acid is absorbed by the skin where than it binds toxins which are then excreted. The diversity of its biological effects lies in its ability to react to almost all types of compounds due to its structure. Humic acid is a high molecular polymerized aromatic compound with very complex structures and significant physico-chemical properties.

The Humac group is entitled to clean the food chain!