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Enhanced Immunity Is THE #1 Thing The World Needs To Help Get Humanity Back On Track

Fulvic acid works in a HUGE variety of ways to help get the immune system up and functioning.

It's like LIQUID ROCKET FUEL for the immune system to do its job.

The immune system - like everything else in your body - requires energy to function.

Normally it can just kind of "do its thing" and function as needed, but when extra challenges come in, the immune system needs extra energy to function and ward off invaders while cleaning up the byproducts.

The KEY difference between fulvic acid and other supplements - is that other supplements simply "stimulate" the immune system in different ways and give it instructions on what to do, or signal it to start working harder.  The PROBLEM is - other supplements don't provide the actual FUEL and ENERGY for the immune system to do its job, they simply tell it to "work harder" or "go do this".

Over time - the immune system simply "runs out of energy", and it can't "go do this" or "work harder anymore", especially when our bodies have been stuck in "fight or flight" mode for so long because of stress.

THIS is where Fulvic acid comes in!!!!

It DIRECTLY increases ATP/energy production so the immune system CAN DO ITS JOB AGAIN!!!

Think of it as if you were driving a car.  Other supplements are akin to "pushing on the gas pedal more" when you need to speed up and get somewhere or get something done.

But what happens when the car runs out of gas?

Pushing the gas pedal and "stimulating" the immune system or "telling it what to do" - simply DOESN'T work if your immune system doesn't have the energy.

THAT'S what makes this Fulvic acid so special - IT'S THE FUEL TO PROVIDE THE ENERGY for your immune system to DO ITS JOB AGAIN.

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Let's pretend we live in a perfect world, where every vaccine works perfectly, where the products aren't liability-free and made by known felons and liars, aren't rushed, don't increase antibody-dependent enhancement, and work 100% of the time for 100% of the people against 100% of all variants - all without side effects and adverse events.

I know, this is a really big stretch....but let's pretend.

The problem is - an injection or a vaccine IS NOT THE IMMUNE SYSTEM.

It is supposed to help "provide instructions" for the immune system to operate and respond to pathogens.

However, even with all the instructions in the world and all the "perfect antibody production" - the immune system STILL needs the ENERGY to DO ITS JOB.

So no matter how many injections and pills that you take - you're STILL going to have to provide the energy for the immune system to do what it does.

THAT is why Fulvic Acid is SO IMPORTANT.

It provides the body with the ATP/Energy boost so that it can FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS and have the ENERGY TO OPERATE.

Outside just providing the instructions to operate - fulvic/humic acid also has direct actions against a whole myriad of pathogens to "disable" their ability to function, replicate, and infect a host.

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Spike Proteins & the Power of Fulvic/Humic Acid

What are Spike Proteins?

Spike proteins allow viruses to penetrate host cells and cause infection.

Viruses must break into our cells to set up an infection. It gains entry using the now-notorious spike protein but, typical of viruses, it must hijack our own biology to jimmy the lock. Scientists are figuring out ways to intercept the virus before it can break-in.

Spike proteins work a bit like shape-shifting lock picks. They can change shape to interact with a protein on the surface of human cells. Those spike proteins latch the virus onto a cell. This allows them to get entry into those cells.

Without the spike protein, viruses would not be able to interact with the cells of potential hosts like animals and humans to cause infection. As a result, the S protein represents an ideal target for vaccine and antiviral research endeavors.

As compared to the M and E proteins that are primarily involved in virus assembly, the S protein plays a crucial role in penetrating host cells and initiating infection.

The S protein is a highly glycosylated and large type I transmembrane fusion protein that is made up of 1,160 to 1,400 amino acids, depending upon the type of virus.

Members of certain viral families have sharp bumps that protrude from the surface of their outer envelopes. Those bumps are known as spike proteins.

They’re actually glycoproteins. That means they contain a carbohydrate (such as a sugar molecule). Spiked proteins are what give the viruses their name.

Under the microscope, those spikes can appear like a fringe or crown (and corona is Latin for crown).

Fulvic Acid

Fulvic acid is one component of humus. Humus is made of many organic compounds found in the Earth’s soils, rock sediments, and bodies of water.

Fulvic acid is created by the gradual decomposition of certain plants and animals by the action of microorganisms.

Because Fulvic acid is able to improve how our cells use things like antioxidants and electrolytes, it’s become popular for slowing down aging, improving digestive health, and protecting brain function. In fact studies, now show that Fulvic acid has antioxidant, neuroprotective, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory properties.

Fulvic Acid & Spike Proteins

Fulvic acid inhibits all viruses. The Fulvic Acid with the most effective anti-viral activity is derived from fresh-water plants (peat bogs) that are essentially ancient compost that is thousands of years old.

Fulvic acid contains many kinds of “functional groups” (specific groups of atoms) that can bind to a multitude of viruses. Research has shown certain humic acids to be effective in vitro against all known viruses including influenza, HSV & HIV.

The spike (S) protein is the sole viral membrane protein responsible for cell entry. It binds to the receptor on the target cell and mediates subsequent virus-cell fusion.

Viral Fusion Inhibition

Viral fusion refers to the fusion of the viral membrane and host cell membrane, resulting in the release of the viral genome into the host cell.

To successfully initiate an infection, viruses need to overcome the cell membrane barrier. Enveloped viruses achieve this by membrane fusion, a process mediated by specialized viral fusion proteins.

“With most viruses, the inhibitory effect of (Fulvic Acid) is directed specifically against an early stage of virus replication, namely virus attachment to cells (Klocking and Sprosig, 1975; Schols et al., 1991; Neyts et al., 1992).” “…it appears likely that the poly-anionic Fulvic Acids occupy positively charged domains of the viral envelope glycoproteins, which are necessary for virus attachment to the cell surface (Neyts et al., 1992).”

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Fulvic acid exhibits a high antiviral activity. A fulvic acid molecule covers a virus like a “coat” to block its escape into the bulk and prevent its reproduction. In this case, fulvic acid sends a signal to the immune system about the appearance of an invader. This pushes the immune system to fight the virus which is in a vulnerable position (bound to a humic acid molecule). As a result, the number of viruses decreases, and the immune system successfully fights the disease.

Fulvic substances have been known for a long time for their antiviral activity (Helbig et al., 1997; Jooné et al., 2003; Klöcking et al., 2002).

Studies showed that fulvic materials inhibited HIV-1 reverse transcriptase.

The different fractions of natural FA and synthetic FA-like materials are active against HIV (Botes et al., 2002; Brucolleri et al., 2013; Kornilaeva et al., 2019; Schneider et al., 1996; Van Rensburg et al., 2002; Zhernov et al., 2017; Zhernov, 2018), influenza virus A/WSN/1933 (H1N1) (Lu et al., 2002), herpes simplex virus-1 (HSV-1) (Klöcking et al., 2002), Coxsackie virus A9 (Klöcking et al., 1972), tick-borne encephalitis virus (TBEV) (Orlov et al., 2019).

Research indicates that Fulvic Acid functions both prophylactically as well as therapeutically in the treatment of viral diseases.

Fulvic Acid is first a preventative because it interferes with a virus’ ability to attach to a host cell, penetrate the host cell, and reproduce itself. Scientific studies have demonstrated that if a host cell is penetrated before the introduction of the Fulvic Acid, the viral reproductive process within the host cell is not halted.

HOWEVER, if one has latently infected cells (i.e. those with chronic viral infections) and Fulvic Acid is present, once the host cell releases the new viruses into the bloodstream the Humic Acid helps prevent the new generation(s) of viruses from attaching to the cell wall, hijacking the DNA or RNA and reproducing, effectively lowering the body’s viral load over time and hence its therapeutic function for active viral infections.

Fulvic Acid may work for most, if not all, viral infections.  Other studies are currently ongoing throughout the world.


The key mechanism of FA is that FA binds to viruses more strongly than our cells bind to them, and in this way helps to diminish the total viral load. This binding has been compared to a really really sticky piece of Velcro – and what is really going on is hydrogen bonding between electropositive atoms and electronegative atoms.

Fulvic acid binds so strongly to viruses that it can actually displace them from a cell surface, thus interfering with the ability of the Spike protein to attach.

In vitro studies have shown, for example, that if you allow herpes simplex viruses to attach to host cells and then add fulvic acid to the solution, it will displace viruses from infected cell surfaces. That is, fulvic acid has a greater affinity for the virus than the virus does for the host cell. Thus, fulvic acid can actually displace a virus even after it has attached itself to the surface of a cell.

Fulvic Acid blocks the site that the virus needs to be able to attach to a cell. If the virus cannot attach to the cell, it cannot take over the cell and thus, cannot reproduce itself. This limits the number of new viruses being created in the body and allows the immune system to defeat the virus.

The fulvic acid sticks to the receptors of the virus so they cannot replicate.

Fulvic acid will coat the virus (on the sucker-type ends of the spines and surface of it for a barrier that will keep it from replicating. This is also called “Enveloping” because it puts the virus in an envelope-like enclosure where it cannot attach to a cell or replicate. With this “enveloping” the immune system is much more powerful and extremely effective against the virus.

This is a must for healthcare workers, Doctors, ICU staff and nurses, the elderly and cancer patients, or anyone with a compromised immune system.

Disclaimer: This information is intended for education and research. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product/service is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information provided is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other health care professional or any information contained on or in any product label or packaging. You should not use the information on this site for diagnosis or treatment of any health problem or for prescription of any medication or other treatment. You should consult with a healthcare professional before starting any diet, exercise, or supplementation program, before taking any medication, or if you have or suspect you might have a health problem. You are solely responsible for doing your own research on any information provided. This information should not substitute professional advice. Individual results may vary. Database references herein are not all-inclusive.

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