The complexity of resident macro and micro minerals, polyphenols, trace elements, ionic minerals plus organic acids, and over twenty flavonoids is evidence of a plant origin fulvic acid.
Each organic acid has a beneficial function in biology. MLG-50™ contains both free form fulvic acid and fulvate salts (fulvic acid molecules bound to minerals). Organic acids, polyphenols, and flavones are found in conventional foods. The organic acids in our products are known to function as antioxidants, which support the mitochondria, and many biological systems such as digestion, nervous system, cardiovascular and others.
QUALITIES WE ANALYZE
Identity markers :
- Humic Acid
- Fulvic Acid
- Amino Acid profile
- Non-amino based organic acids
- Carbon content
- Electrical conductivity
- Heavy metal content
- Hydrogen content
- Insecticide or chemical residues
- Microbial profile
- Mineral content
- Nitrogen content
- Oxygen content
The pH of our MLG-50™ Fulvic Minerals is 2.0-2.3 and our MLG-A50 Alkaline Fulvic Acid is 11.0-11.4, therefore, they remain stable without the need for preservatives.
Our liquid products are highly concentrated. Analytical results are listed in ppm (parts per million) and/or mg/L (milligrams per liter). Fulvic acid and humic acid content is listed as a percentage.
Be aware other manufacturers list parts per billion, which means their content is so low, it's probably equivalent to tap water.
All Mineral Logic products are backed by our guarantee of excellence and are manufactured in our cGMP facility under HACCP and FSMA compliance.
The term colloidal minerals is not a description or classification of minerals but simply a liquid state. Our proprietary process allows our liquid mineral solutions to remain in suspension without precipitation.
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The pH range of our products protect them from microbial and fungal growth. Our pure 2 stage reverse osmosis extraction and stainless steel containers maintains purity and product consistency.
The term angstrom minerals is not a description of a type of mineral but simply a unit of measurement. “A unit of length equal to one hundred-millionth of a centimeter, 10–10 meter, used mainly to express wavelengths and interatomic distances.” To describe minerals as ‘angstrom’ simply means extremely small molecules. So, yes, fulvic molecules can be expressed in angstrom measurement.