What effects do humic and fulvic acid have on humans, animals and plants?
Effect of fulvic acid in humans and animals:
Improves the absorption of nutrients Fulvic acid is an conveyor. It binds vitamins, minerals and trace elements and transports it through the body. This improved the absorption of nutrients.
Transports heavy metals out of the body Fulvic acid is a chelate. That means that it not only binds organic materials, but also inorganic material. In this way inorganic matter like heavy metals are transported out of the body.
Effects on animals:
Optimization of feed conversion Feed conversion is the efficiency of digestion. More nutrients are absorbed, less undigested nutrients are discharged.
Firmer stools Humic acid binds dust particles, similar to carbon. This gives your pet a firmer stools.
Excrement stinks less Because the feed conversion improves the digestion, emission of methane and sulphide are reduced. Sulfurand methane are the cause of the stench of excrement.
Noticeable effects after two weeks
Effects of humic acid on the soil:
Makes the soil more fertile.
Absorbs nutrients from the soil and, especially phosphorus, sulfur, and carbon dioxide
The need to add carbon dioxide is reduced
Stimulates biological activity
Improves soil structure
Effects of humic and fulvic acid in plants:
Accelerates and enhances the growth of plants The nitrogen and nutrient uptake is increased. This will promote the metabolism and will help a plant grow faster.
Reduces the risk of disease. Humic acid provides a stable base. The plant grows up in better circumstances, and is therefore more resistant to diseases.