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Fulvic acid

Fulvic Acid

Fulvic acid is a natural chelating and complexing agent that aids the absorption of substances.

The acidic carboxyl and aromatic hydroxyl groups in the molecule can form both chelate and complex bonds with metals, especially basic organic molecules. Fulvic acid is a water-soluble substance with a low molecular weight. Due to the weight of the small molecule, it absorbs in the small intestine. Also, it exerts this property as a chelate and complex.

Complexes formed with fulvic acid absorb in the small intestine rapidly and effectively. A single fulvic acid molecule can deliver more than 60 elements to the body.

Fulvic acid - arginine complex

The absorption of free amino acids in the gut is limited. This is the reason arginine in Fulvicherb is in complex binding: it ​absorbs 100%.

Nitric oxide synthases (NOSs) catalyze the production of nitric oxide (NO) from L-arginine. NO is an important cell signaling molecule. As a result of nitric oxide (NO) production, blood circulation improves, capillary blood vessels open, which helps maintain optimal blood pressure. NO produced by endothelial (eNOS) mediates calcium-calmodulin-driven smooth muscle movements. It has a good effect on visceral smooth muscle function, and improves intestinal peristalsis, respiration, and heart function.


​With the cessation of leaky gut syndrome, the symptoms of autoimmune diseases improve.​

The fulvic acid-arginine complex helps vascular vasodilation, participates in the regulation of blood sugar levels and insulin, plays a role in modulating respiration, and improves the capacity and permeability of the kidneys (ischemia).

Arginine is necessary for an optimal angiogenesis function, helping blood vessels build-up, which is crucial in wound healing. Furthermore, arginine promotes the production of NO by the cytokine-inducible (iNOS) enzyme, which is involved in the immune response by producing apoptosis-inducing NO in humoral and cellular immune cells, as part of the immune defence mechanism.

Arginine impacts the function in the nervous system of NO produced by nNOS as a signalling molecule. Moreover, it plays an important role in the nerve braids of the respiratory, digestive, and urogenital systems. As a signal carrier, it contributes to the development of learning and memory processes. In recent years, it has been revealed that NO is a physiological regulator of mitochondrial respiration. It regulates mitochondrial ATP synthesis and oxygen utilization.

It has a beneficial effect on insulin resistance, improving persistent blood sugar levels, HgbA1C.

Fulvic acid - natural unrefined salt complex

Fulvicherb Synergy contains a natural electrolyte with constituents that are bound by fulvic acid as a chelate. The added electrolyte is the natural, unrefined Praid salt, which also contains the salt sludge.

Praid salt is the most natural medical infusion (Ringer’s) solution. The composition of the macro- and microelements of Praid salt, the ratio of the individual elements, equals the composition of the extracellular fluid space of a healthy body.

Chelates are key because they absorb perfectly at the beginning of the small intestine, thus they support the body’s optimal osmotic state.



Pectin substances are beneficial fermentable fibres and natural detoxifiers. Bacteria in the colon produce short-chain fatty acids including butyric acids, acetic acids, and propionic acids. Fermentation in the colon is greatly influenced by the solubility of the fiber component in water. Pectin dissolves well in water, while hemicellulose is less effective. They ferment according to this ability.
Cellulose is not soluble in water; thus, it is less fermentable. Pectin is a linear chain of galacturonic acid. Pectin is the most valuable dietary fibre as it is fermented to 100% due to its water solubility. Pectin is mostly composed of galacturonic acid.

Galacturonic acid is fermented into butyric acid (butyrate) by beneficial intestinal bacteria, which is the best food for the colon epithelial cells, the colonocytes. Similarly, butyrate is an essential nutrient for the mitochondria of liver cells.

Butyrate is also necessary for our mental health, which exerts its effect on the brain along with the intestinal-brain axis. L-rhamnose is attached to the pectin backbone. Pectin has different proportions of free carboxyl and hydroxyl radicals. Many other natural sugars, such as fructose or glucose, may be associated with rhamnose. Therefore, it has a complex forming property, thereby it reduces the osmotic concentration of the intestinal contents, preventing osmotic diarrhoea. In the colon, the pectin complex is converted into energy-giving organic acids through the growth and metabolism of the eubiotic intestinal flora. Its coating and protective effect are other healing properties. As pectins are high-molecular polysaccharides, they can form a gel on the surface of the stomach and mucous membranes, protecting the mucosa from the irritating effects of aggressive factors like acid reflux.


Inulin is a large water-soluble fibre. In its derived form, it doesn’t contain the potentially harmful sugars and sugar alcohols like the Jerusalem Artichoke syrup.
The greatest benefit of inulin is the probiotic property which selectively provides nutrients for the beneficial gut bacteria, especially Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium, and Acidophilus.
Inulin consumption may be useful as a gut flora restorative intervention for food allergies.


Niacinamide - Vitamin B3

Contrary to niacin, niacinamide does not have any unpleasant effects (niacin causes a rapidly disappearing reddening of the skin from a dose of 50 mg/day). Nicotinamide (niacinamide, vitamin B3) is a precursor for the formation of the coenzyme nicotinamide – adenine – dinucleotide (NAD+). It is essential for the kynurenine pathway.

In many cases, the production of NAD+ is not adequate and is discontinued – a consequence of our modern diet. The kynurenine pathway is impaired.

Fulvicherb-Synergy unblocks the kynurenine pathway.

Sunflower Lecithin

Sunflower lecithin is a natural substance that improves the absorption of silymarin (the active ingredient of milk thistle). According to scientific sources, 4.6 to 10 times more active ingredient can be absorbed when silymarin is combined with sunflower lecithin (Kidd P., Head K. (2005) “A review of the bioavailability and clinical efficacy of milk thistle phytosome: a silybin-phosphatidylcholine complex (Siliphos)” (PDF). Alternative Medicine Review: a Journal of Clinical Therapeutic, 10 (3): 193–203 PMID 16164374. Retrieved 2010-12-14).

Fulvicherb’s milk thistle module also includes GMO-free and phytoestrogen-free sunflower lecithin, which helps the absorption of oily extracts as silymarin.

The composition of this herbal preparation, the use of fulvic acid as a chelating and complexing agent, the use of a fulvic acid–arginine complex and of special Praid salt containing ancient sea mud, and the entire manufacturing process, are covered under patent.

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