We own one of the rarest organic-origin mineral deposits of its type in the United States. This deposit began to form during the Lower Oligocene epoch and contains a rich abundance of mature fulvic micronutrients that are protected by a layer of iron ore.


Artist depiction of southern US during Paleogene Period

Our deposit was formed 23 to 33.9 million years ago*. It is comprised of freshwater layers and oceanic layers of sediment. Enormous prehistoric plants grew with roots that reached deep into the earth to take up an abundance of nutrients. The soil became a rich humus from countless undisturbed life cycles eventually producing a concentrated variety of organic acid molecules.

The fulvic acid complex we extract from this material contains a mineral and organic acid profile that is different than fulvic extracted from lignite, leonardite and fermented peat. It is so complex that it cannot be synthesized or reverse engineered.

Estimation of areas in the southern United States in the Paleogene Era. 

* The Lower Oligocene is a geologic epoch of the Paleogene Period and extends from about 33.9 million to 23 million years before the present. The Rupelian is the older of two ages or the lower of two stages of the Oligocene epoch/series    - Wikipedia