Have to edit quickly anymore, or once there is a reply to the post, there is no editting allowed.
From my (long) post from below, I'm going to ask the same question in a thread of it's own.
What are your thoughts on Fulvic Acid? Within the past few weeks, we've had several different products brought to us to try, and I've been looking more into what Fulvic acid is, and what it does. It's new to me.
Explanation in the post..does this look like a cancer "cure-all" to you?
The cancer Dr is who got her started on it, and now she's gone gung ho with it for being a cure-all, because "it brings the body more alkaline".
Fulvic Mineral Concentrate, Chlorophyllins, Purified Water, Methyl Paraben, Spearmint Oil, Propyl Paraben, and Stevia
My son has gotten started taking it, and selling it, and yet he's having headaches that I don't believe are from him "detoxifying" as his (almost) mother-in-law thinks is happening with the product. It's supposed to help minerals get into the cells and be better utilized, while clearing out toxins from the cells too. What minerals?
The benefit I see from sipping on the Liv International all day, is just getting more water for hydration's sake.
The only "mineral" in it, is some potassium, which I learned last night is supposed to be an alkaline mineral. I agree with Newport..it's more of a mineral imbalance.
The other product was given to us by a Native American woman that does alot of work with medicial native plants too.
the Mega-H tests well, but would Horsetail do the same thing, or is it a different type of silica? The Crystal Energy doesn't test well for either my husband or myself.