Fulvic for Horses & Animals

Sizes: 0.5 litre

Top Quality American source
High Analysis Humic Fulvic Concentrate
0.5-1ml / day in a glass of non-chlorinated water, (not tap water).

What are humates?

Humates (from “Humus”) are made from the decomposition of plant matter over many thousands of years. As decaying plant matter, humus, is decomposed by microorganisms, it can eventually become coal or a soft shale like material called “Leonardite”. The Humates we supply are among the world’s best quality coming from New Mexico and are esp. specifically selected on site. Our “Leonardite” is of superior quality, is free of heavy metals being loaded with Humic acids (min. 70%-80%max.  Humates also supply trace elements, amino acids and plant derived nutrients that are often deficient in the soil, from modern farming practices.

Humic substances are broken down into humic acid, and fulvic acids. The Fulvic fraction/component in our Certified Organic Leonardite is approx 30%, perhaps the highest available in the world. Research into humic and fulvic acids have found them to be very beneficial, if not vital for human health, animal health and the health of the soils that grow the pastures for animals and or Horticultural/Agricultural crops e.g.… the food we eat.


Humic acids build up the immune system and important for overall health and vigour. Blood cells carry more oxygen in the presence of humic acid which leads to healing injuries more quickly. Humic acid aids in transporting iodine from foods into the thyroid. Humates block or reduce the production of stress causing hormones and work with DNA and cell division, preventing cellular mutation during reproduction. Humates/fulvates seem to supress the “bad” microbes and stimulate the “good”. Fulvic acid is said to be the world’s finest electrolyte

Fulvic acid has been call the “Elixir of Life” or Nature’s perfect medicine. Benefits include…

  • Making otherwise un-absorbable nutrients absorbable
  • Maintaining cellular activity
  • Aiding in cellular detoxification processes
  • Delivering more than 70 minerals and trace elements to cells
  • Being a very powerful electrolyte that charges, regenerates, regulates and delivers its energies directly to living cells
  • Balancing cellular life by restoring the electrical potential that was once normal for the cell
  • Being the catalyst for the utilization of vitamins, enzyme production and hormone structures and stimulating metabolic processes.
  • Balancing and energizing cell life.
  • Fulvic acid is antimicrobial, antibiotic, antiviral and antifungal.
  • Fulvic acid seems to act as a prebiotic.
  • Immobilising toxic heavy metals so that they are not absorbed into the soil and thus into the plants growing in the soil.

Human Benefits

In humans, humates have been shown to be effective against Coxsachie virus A9, herpes simplex virus 1 + 2, HIV, Influenza Type A and B and other respiratory tract infections. Humates help with anaemia and toxic hepatitis.

Other benefits noticed by people taking humates include

  • Improved skin and complexion
  • Greying hair returning to original colour
  • All round improvement in health
  • No colds or allergies
  • Increase in blood oxygen
  • Lowering of fatty cholesterol levels with no change in diet
  • Improved heart function
  • 60 days on humates eliminated anaemia which still hadn’t returned after 5 years

Humates have been described as being essential to life and are sadly lacking in most Australian soils. In our ancient Australian soils, Humus content is down to 1.5% whereas it is estimated that 200 years ago (upon the settlement of the white man), Australian soils had approximately 4.5% Humus content. It is recommended that we do need to add more Humus to our soils and if we want ‘peak health and performance’ in our animals, we need to be supplementing their diets with humates.

Trials with Fulvic/Humic in Animals

Dairy Cows In a test herd of cows, cases of mastitis dropped from 3 – 4 cases per day to 4 cases in one month. (See 1 below) In another herd of cattle, volatile ammonia in the animal waste decreased b... Read Article