Best Quality Product

Join The Fulvic Movement

Fulvic Acid

Fulvic acid is created by microorganisms as they decompose natural materials, and it is very high in minerals.  During decomposition, organic matter releases millions of beneficial microbes and chemically active compounds containing a variety of beneficial nutrients. Fulvic acid is among the potent compounds released in the decomposition process. Among other nutritional benefits, fulvic acid contains an assortment of fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, ketones, and flavonoids, nutrients needed for healthy cell and body development.
Studies show that fulvic acid contributes to improved digestive health, better nutrient absorption, and even slows down the aging process. Black Oxygen comes in handy in promoting good health among other benefits.
Fulvic acid from humic deposits usually carries 60 or more minerals and trace elements dissolved into its molecular complexes. These are then in ideal natural form to be absorbed and interact with living cells. Plants, roots, and cells readily absorb high amounts of fulvic acid and maintain it in their structure. In fact, it has been discovered that these fulvic acid complexes are absolutely essential for plants to be healthy.

14 Great Reasons To Take BlackOxygen For The Rest Of  Your Life

The BlackOxygen Organics products have been formulated to help reduce the effects of inflammation and oxidative stress. In addition to the anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits, our effective products also help:
  • Most Powerful Electrolyte in Existence
  •  Delivers Usable Oxygen into the Cell
  •  70+ Trace Minerals
  •  Reduces Oxidative Stress
  •  Improves Immune Function
  •  Supports Healthy Circulation
  •  Boosts Metabolism
  •  Improves Brain Function, Memory, Mood
  •  Improves Heart Health
  •  Increases Nutrient Absorption
  •  Removes Toxins, Heavy Metals, Pesticides
  •  Cell Regenerating
  •  Enhances, Repopulates Gut Flora
  •  Helps Balance Hormones

Legal but unfair advantage

Humic acids are fully decomposed remains of organic life. They’re long-chain molecules that are high in weight and dark brown in color. They are not a single acid. Rather, “humic acid” is a broad term that refers to a complex mixture of many different acids that are soluble in alkaline solutions. They exist naturally as part of nature’s life cycle in soils, oceans, and streams.
Alongside fulvic acids, humus consists of two other organic acids: humins and humic acids. Each is composed of relatively long-chain carbon molecules that have formed complexes with oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen, and sulfur, as well as many other trace elements. Due to the negative charge of the organic acids that make up humus, it attracts many positively charged trace mineral ions (cations) like calcium, potassium, and magnesium, allowing the soil to retain its nutrients and remain robust. This is also known as cation exchange.
All of the components of humus are also capable of drawing out and chelating heavy metals and other toxins from the soil by a similar charge-based mechanism. This contains them safely versus letting them wash away and leaching out other soil nutrients in the process.

Humic Acids

Benefits of Fulvic report

Click for benefits

Technical chart

Tactical chart

56 Page Report

Get the report

Medical News

For the news

Fulvic Acid A Substance Critical to Human Health

Click free download

Research Review

For the news


Click for download

How Is Our Fulvic Extracted? Marc Saint-Onge,

CEO of BlackOxygen Organics Explains.
The first step is extracting the mud from the bog and going to what we call a Lyophilization or freeze-dried process at minus 1000 degrees, isolating the active properties of the mud. It is so cold that it crystallizes and brings the peat into a powdered form. This is the freeze-dried point that dries it up and keeps the active components stable and alive.
It then goes into a decanting system, much like a coffee filter with different sizes, the large size at the top and the small size at the bottom. We decant the pulp on a high-pressure system where we put in O2 in the form of CO2, like a big tank, and it goes through a filtering process with spring water.
At each level, there are different size microns that are discarded. The decanting system goes to .001 microns. At this size of .001 microns, there is a separation of the pulp from the humic. There is fulvic with the humic as it is a smaller molecule. It is a long process because the freeze-drying gets rid of the water.
Peat is 80% water. As mentioned, we are then left with the powder. There are no chemicals used in the extraction process. We don’t use any agents other than water and oxygen. Note that at different stages of the decanting process, from large to small, different things are separated from the peat or pulp, like large branches initially.
When you look at the peat through a microscope, you will view different levels of particles not completely decomposed. Even at 40 or 60 ft where we auger drill down, there are still undecomposed particles. We have to separate the larger components initially in order to get the purity we want.
This is the purpose of the decanting or filtering system. Dependent upon particles, it may take 3 or 4 phases. We extract the pulp, barks, leaves, and branches and return all decomposed matter to mother earth to resume the decomposing process now uninterrupted and preserving the ecology with the residue again part of the peat bog and in time completing its decomposition, perhaps years later.
Let’s examine the differences between our organic mud soil-based sources and as opposed to inorganic substances like Shilajit, shale, and Leonardite. The latter is decomposing organic matter that has been fossilized over millions of years and is no longer organic, accumulating heavy metals within the rocks they have become, requiring chemical processes to remove the heavy metals naturally chelated as well as the humic/fulvic and particularizing the remainder and putting in water. 
Our hydrophilic water-based extraction methods use no chemicals and eliminate the possibility for residual toxic contamination used in chemical extraction methods typically used to harvest fulvic from inorganic sources
Our peat bogs, 45 kl by 25 kl and fed by the St Lawrence Freeway mineral springs have been carbon-dated at 65,000 years and are still decomposing with 1500 male and female plants, some now extinct, containing all the minerals of the periodic chart, trace minerals, vitamins and phytohormones in a micro-nano size.
Our philosophy of ingestion is as a mineral supplement and not a homeopathic. We are charging the body with cellular energy and in Canada, our NPN number entitles us to attest to its antioxidant behavior and its power as an electrolyte. The dosage of 5 ml is the optimal size for a single dosage arrived at to ensure the anti-inflammatory, cell regenerative, heavy metal chelating, hormonal balancing, and adaptogenic functions of this product.

Your future results follow your present action, so what are you doing now?
Is it a time for change?

Click to get a free book below

Phone: (970)433-7657 | Email:

© All Rights Reserved 20021