NuCell+ (NZ Fulvic) Daily Recharge Tonic 500ml

  • As a major source of key electrolytes and antioxidants, fulvic acid helps slow down aging and controls processes that lead to inflammation.
  • It’s been shown to improve various cellular processes, muscle functions, digestive abilities, and heart and brain health.
  • It works in part by helping cells absorb the amount of minerals they need and discard of waste by acting as an ion transporter.
  • It can interrupt processes that contribute to brain disorders, such as dementia.
  • It has been shown to have immune-stimulating and antioxidant effects that may help slow down progression of cancer.
  • It also stimulates the immune system to helps defend the body from things like viruses and infections.
  • It seems to help block reactions in the body that cause allergy symptoms.


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All work, no rest, and a lack of vital nutrients found in many of today’s foods can leave you feeling deflated and tired. A single, daily serve of NZ Fulvic replenishes your body and aids in the absorption of crucial vitamins, minerals, and nutrients so your body works smarter, not harder.

In as little as 2 weeks, NZ Fulvic provides that boost your body needs. The sugar free, vegan friendly formulation supports better exercise recovery, improved endurance, and an overall increase in energy levels so you have more energy for the things you love.

Fulvic acid and other humic acids are yellow-brown substances found in natural materials. They contain a plethora of nutrients and active compounds that can help improve health.

These include:

  • trace minerals
  • electrolytes
  • fatty acids
  • silica (which boosts collagen synthesis)
  • prebiotics
  • probiotics

Fulvic minerals have been shown to contain multiple active functional groups,  including phenolic hydroxyl, ketone carbonyl, quinone carbonyl, carboxyl and alkoxyl groups.

Its structure is made up of aromatic, organic polymers with many carboxyl groups that release hydrogen ions, resulting in an electric charge that helps attract free radicals, heavy metals and other toxins within the body. This allows it to act like a detoxification agent.

Because our immune system is largely made of healthy bacteria that live within the gut and thrive off of various nutrients, our overly clean, highly processed lifestyle raises the risk for many health problems associated with poor gut health. Research has shown that exposure to more natural organisms found in soil, such as fulvic acid, has benefits for:

  • digestion
  • boosting nutrient absorption
  • gut health
  • immunity
  • cognitive functioning
  • improving energy levels
  • protecting us from infections, viruses, yeasts and fungus
  • boosting skin health
  • slowing down aging
  • and more

Mineral water, fulvic acid (2.46mg)

calcium, iron, phosphorus, magnesium, zinc, copper, manganese, soidum, potassium

This depends on if you take medications and when you eat. It’s a good idea to take fulvic acid around the time of eating since it counteracts and detoxifies contaminants — such as pesticides, chemicals, etc., found in foods that are not organic.

You can take it a half hour before eating or two hours after eating to improve detox abilities. If using medications, take fulvic two hours after or before.

Chlorine interacts with humic acids in a negative way, so always use filtered water if possible.

Take 20ml daily as a single serve in the morning or afternoon. Add to water, juice or your favourite smoothie.

If pregnant, breastfeeding or taking medication, consult your healthcare professional before use.

If you have a disorder that results in abnormal immune functions, such as an autoimmune disease like multiple sclerosis or rheumatoid arthritis, you shouldn’t take fulvic acid without being monitored since it can activate the immune system and complicate your condition. Because not enough is known about how it affects hormones in pregnant women, it’s also best to stay away from using fulvic acid supplements if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding (although consuming it in small amounts from dirt and produce is perfectly fine).

Some people claim that they experience fulvic acid detox symptoms when beginning supplementation, due to the detoxification effects. While this may not apply to everyone, it’s possible to experience temporary diarrhea, cramps, fatigue, headaches or nausea.