Why is Hungarian humic acid outstanding?
We are proud to announce that the world's best quality and purest humic material buildup can be found in Hungary. This 10-30,000 years old peat field lies at 6 meters under the surface, in volcanic environment, which is unique in the world. Because it was isolated from the pollution of the past half century, it could stay incredibly pure. In contrast to other peat fields in the world, the site in Hungary is free from surface contamination, such as industrial contaminants, and fertilizers and has a very high humic acid content. The active ingredient of HUMICIN® dietary supplement product lineoriginates from peat with such excellent properties. Humic acid is extracted from peat by a gentle agent-extraction technology; and HUMICIN® pills are produced with the use of a new, patented manufacturing process.
What is humic acid?
Humic substances are produced during thousand years of microbial degradation of dead plant matter, by plant humification. Belonging to the humic family, the biologically active and very valuablehumic acids and fulvic acids contain at least 70 types of minerals, which can all be absorbed in biologically usable form. These organic macromolecules with a long molecule chain and special characteristics can be obtained from peat humus formed from homogenic plants in the Carboniferous period.
These nutritional deficiencies must be supplemented so that our body can work appropriately.
However, the source of the supplement matters a lot. The main goal is to provide organic mineral and trace element intake, where organic means the form similar to theoriginal form, as this form can be best used by the body.
This process is catalyzed by humic acid.
Humic acids are bonded to metallic ions in a way which prevents further reaction with other substances. The metal ions are "pinched" in chelate bonding (chelate comes from the Greek word for pincers), similar to the way a crab pinches objects. In this way the metal ions are saved from the acids and enzymes present in the gastrointestinal tract, as well as from other substances in food, which would be absorbed slightly or not at all.
Due to the positive effect of HUMIC ACIDS, micro-nutrients and trace elements (e.g. iron, chromium, zinc, copper, and selenium) are absorbed in the body in the appropriate form and to the sufficient extent.
HUMIC ACIDS have beneficial effects; studying this area is a dynamically developing part of health sciences.