Skin ulcers cured with fulvic baths

Hospital patients with skin ulcers had 92.2% success rate when treated with humic extract [fulvic acid] baths.

Yuan, Shenyuan, Fulvic Acid, 4 1988; in Application of Fulvic acid and its derivatives in the fields of agriculture and medicine, First Edition: June 1993.

Warning – In the western world, bath water is usually chlorinated.  Don’t use fulvic or related humic substances or extracts with chlorinated water.  Either filter the water with solid block carbon filter or first treat the warm bath water with Sodium Ascorbate (Vitamin C) which neutralizes chlorine immediately and leaves the water in a safe neutral condition which will not harm humans, sores, ulcers, etc., and will not harm microorganisms or aquatic life.  A very small amount is needed.  Please review USDA recommendations.

Because China is a Communist country, the government runs all health care, owns all businesses, and employs all people, with very little if any private sector. China has one goal, keeping its people working with as little medical expense as possible. Since in China there are no pharmaceutical companies needing to make a profit with expensive patented medicines, China focuses more on inexpensive natural therapies, which in many cases they have found work better. This is why Chinese scientists have spent a lot of time and money developing medicines and agriculture based on humic substances, particularly fulvic, which they have discovered to be miraculous. In fact, the science surrounding fulvic is so great, for prevention and treatment, that it threatens western medicine and agriculture, and threatens the entire chemical and pharmaceutical industries.

Dr. Li Yuzhong, China, sent me some of these fulvic medical studies in 1998, and I had them translated by Dr. Stella Guillory, USA.  I started publishing some of them in the year 2000.

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