You may have heard of chelation therapy, the injection of a medicine that can bind itself to toxins in the bloodstream and throughout the body. Medical chelation therapy is often dangerous and comes with some severe side effects. Fulvic acid is a natural type of chelation therapy. The fulvic acid attaches to metals and toxins that have entered your blood through your environment, food sources, or water. The acid binds these toxins and then excretes them via urination. Humic substances or fulvic acids have complex attachments to ions and ion-selective electrodes. This lets them attract heavy metals while regulating the availability of minerals and nutrients like copper, iron, magnesium, and calcium.
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