Although FulvicForce does not make any medical claims, there’s a body of research and scientific papers (refer to a selected list of papers at the end of this page) indicating that fulvic acid offers a significant spectrum of benefits for people afflicted with cancer. These benefits are summarised below.

Fulvic and humic acids, used in traditional and natural medicine for centuries, have been reported to possess cancer preventive properties (refer to a list of selected references at the end of this summary). It has been shown that these compounds can inhibit mutagenesis and have free radicals scavenging, photo-protecting, anti-inflammatory and toxic-compound-removing properties that can inhibit the cancer development. Anti-inflammatory, anti- oxidative, anti-viral, anti-bacterial, immunomodulatory and several other effects of fulvic acid have also been widely researched.

Cancer cells live their own life but they can be slowed-down or even killed by literal starvation. Cancer’s best friend is sugar and limiting sugar to an absolute minimum is a must.

Cancer’s greatest enemy is oxygen and the presence of a large amount of bio-available and bio-active oxygen in the body is effectively able to kill it. This should not be an eye-opening news, Dr Otto Heinrich Warburg, a German physiologist and a medical doctor, received a Nobel Prize in Physiology for just those findings in the investigation of the metabolism of a tumour and the respiration of cells, particularly cancer cells, already in 1931.

So, if the human body has a slight alkaline environment and a large amount of bio-available and bio-active oxygen at its disposal, it is definitely not a good environment for cancer to prosper. Cancer in such an environment can’t grow, and this is the cornerstone of the natural anti-cancer strategy.

This information has been known since the 1930s but its application does not bring any benefits to the big pharma industry – you can’t patent and sell it at a huge premium – so it is not being widely pursued in a conventional medical practice.

And FulvicForce fulvic acid can help your immune system to protect you and put up an effective fight against cancer because of at least four good reasons:

(1) Fulvic acid is known to be one of the strongest natural anti-oxidants and free-radical scavengers. It is proven that fulvic acid can effectively neutralise and even repair some free radicals. It effectively limits free radical damage, which is responsible for and exacerbates cancer.

(2) Fulvic acid provides the most effective cellular oxygenation in Nature. Its molecule, by weight, is made of 45% oxygen, 45% carbon and the balance of 10% is made of hydrogen, nitrogen and sulphur. This highly bio-active and bio-available oxygen goes straight inside body cells providing sustained energy and wellbeing, and helping to manage consequences of cancer.

(3) In spite of being an acid, fulvic acid actively stimulates alkaline pH in our bodies. In this it behaves similar to vinegar (acetic acid) and lemon juice (citric acid) – both acids but stimulants of alkaline pH when inside our bodies.

(4) FulvicForce fulvic acid contains lots of phytochemicals of ancient plant origin, which have the most valuable and promising anti-cancer nutrients, provide anti-oxidant action and have anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties.

FulvicForce is South Africa’s one and only fulvic acid product extracted from coal according to a patented process. FulvicForce product is literally an organic extract from plants, which lived hundreds of millions years ago, thus carrying their mineral, nutritional and remedial value, concentrated through a slow natural refinement process of transforming ancient plant matter into coal.

Selected References

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  • SOME BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF HUMIC ACIDS IN THE RAT, Visser SA, Acta Biol. Med. Germ., 1973, 31, 569-581
  • Introductory report on oncostatic and therapeutic nature of the peat preparation in human neoplastic disease, Adamek W., In: Peat and Peatlands in the Natural Environment Protection, Proceedings 5th International Congress, Poznan, Poland, 1976, 1 :417-429
  • DESMUTAGENIC EFFECT OF HUMIC ACID, Sato T, Ose Y, Nagase H, Mutation Research, 1986, 162, 173-178
  • Interaction between fulvic acids of different origins and active oxygen radicals, Wang C1, Wang Z, Peng A, Hou J, Xin W, Sci China C Life Sci. 1996 Jun;39(3):267-75
  • Properties and Functions of Humic Acids, Meeting Report, Davies G, The Nucleus February 1996, p17
  • MUTAGENIC ACTIVITY OF COAL-DERIVED HUMIC COMPOUNDS EVALUATED BY AMES TEST, Bernacchi F, Ponzanelli I, Barale R Loprieno, Mutation Research 1996, 369, 107-112
  • Naturally occurring organohalogen compounds, GW Gribble, Accounts of Chemical Research, 1998 – ACS Publications
  • Application of Fulvic Acid and its derivatives in the fields of agriculture and medicine, Yuan, Shenyuan; et al, Diabet Med 1997; 14:S7-S85. Diabetes Care 1998, 21:296-309.
  • Characterization and Biological Activities of Humic Substances from Mumie, Schepetkin IA, Khlebnikov AI, Ah SY, Woo SB, Jeong CS, Klubachuk ON, Kwon BS, J Agric Food Chem 2003;51:5245-54
  • Humic acid induces apoptosis in human premyelocytic leukemia HL-60 cells, Hsin-Ling Yanga, You-Cheng Hseu, b, Yi-Ting Hseua, Fung-Jou Luc, Elong Linb, Jim-Shoung Laid, Life Sciences, Volume 75, Issue 15, 27 August 2004, Pages 1817–1831
  • Dietary Antioxidants and Human Cancer, Borek C., Integrative Cancer Therapies, 2004, 3(4), 333-41
  • Humic substances – compounds of still unknown structure: applications in agriculture, industry, environment, and biomedicine, Peña-Méndez EM, Havel, J, Patočka J, Appl Biomed. 2005;3:13-24
  • MEDICAL ASPECTS AND APPLICATIONS OF HUMIC SUBSTANCES, R, Klocking, B. Helbig, Biopolymers for Medical and Pharmaceutical Applications, Edited by A. Steinbuchel and R.H. Marchessault, 2005 WILLEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim, ISBN: 3-527-31154-8
  • INHIBITORY EFFECT OF FULVIC ACID EXTRACTED FROM CANADIAN SPHAGNUM PEAT ON CHEMICAL MEDIATOR RELEASE BY RBL-2H3 AND KU812 CELLS, Parida Yamada, Hiroko Isoda, Jun Kyu Han, PN Talorete, Tatsuaki Yamaguchi and Yukuo Abe, Biosci. Biotechnol. Biochem., 71 (5), 1294-1305, 2007
  • Antitumor Effect of Humus Extract on Murine Transplantable L1210 Leukemia, Hiroshi Kodama and Denso, J. Vet. Med. Sci. 69(10): 1069–1071, 2007
  • Antioxidant activity of fulvic acid: A living matter-derived bioactive compound, Noemí Cárdenas Rodríguez, Elvia Coballase Urrutia, Bernardino Huerta Gertrudis, José Pedraza Chaverri and Gerardo Barragán Mejía, Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment Vol.9 (3&4): 123-127. 2011
  • SHILAJIT: A HUMIC MATTER PANACEA FOR CANCER, Kishor Pant, Bimala Singh, Nagendra Thakur, International Journal of Toxicological and Pharmacological Research 2012; 4(2): 17-25, ISSN: 0975-5160
  • Anti-Proliferative and Anticancer Properties of Fulvic Acid on Hepatic Cancer Cells, Kishor Pant, Anchal Gupta, Parul Gupta, Anam Ashraf, Ajay Yadav, Senthil Venugopal, Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hepatology, June-July 2015, Volume 5, Supplement 2, page S2
  • Therapeutic potential of bryophytes and derived compounds against cancer, Abhijit Dey1, Anuradha Mukherjee, Journal of Acute Disease, 2015, 4(3), 236-248