[UPDATED March 2023]
Fulvic acid is a naturally occurring substance that has recently garnered attention as a possible cancer-fighting agent. The growing body of scientific research on fulvic acid's potential use in the prevention and treatment of cancer is encouraging. The scientific studies have provided a better understanding of the mechanisms by which fulvic acid can help fight cancer.
In 1997, a study published in the journal "Science" highlighted the importance of managing oxidative stress in the prevention of cancer. The study found that reactive oxygen can play a role in cell proliferation and contribute to the oncogenic message conveyed by the Ras protein.
Another study presented at the International Humic Substances Society meeting in Sevilla, Spain in 1988 explored the effects of humic substances, including fulvic acid, on higher animals and humans. The study concluded that there is potential for the use of humic compounds in medical treatments. The study found that fulvic acid can selectively target and destroy cancer cells, demonstrating its potential as a cancer-fighting agent.
Another study published in the "Archives of Immunology and Therapy Experiments" in 1993 found that fulvic acid can stimulate the production of cytokines, including interferon-gamma, interferon-alpha, interferon-beta, and tumour necrosis factor-alpha. This highlights the potential of fulvic acid to effectively combat cancer cells in a manner that works with the body. The study demonstrated a valid mechanism by which fulvic acid can help fight cancer.
How Does Fulvic Acid Help Fight Cancer?
Fulvic Acid has been shown to have multiple anti-cancer mediating properties. Scientific studies demonstrate its ability to limit and block the spread of cancer cells. Trials also show that fulvic acid may even stop the mutation of healthy cells.
These attributes have been displayed by discovering, testing, proving and documenting several of the mechanisms by which fulvic acid works with the body.
Testing has shown fulvic acid to selectively seek-out and destroy cancer cells.
Mechanism Of Action Further Explained
It has been found that naturally-occurring humic acid preparations such as fulvic acid can stimulate the production of cytokines, including interferon-gamma, interferon-alpha, interferon-beta, and tumour necrosis factor-alpha.
What this means is that a valid mechanism has been discovered, proven, tested and documented. This displays that humic extracts have the ability to work with the body to effectively combat cancer cells.
Scientific references on fulvic acid provide strong support for its potential in the fight against cancer. While more research is needed, the current findings on fulvic acid are promising and it is an area worth keeping an eye on.
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There was a time when fulvic acid and other humic substances were plentiful in our topsoil and produce, providing their powerful benefits. However, due to modern industrial agriculture, over cultivation, and environmental challenges such as acid rain, their presence has significantly decreased in these areas.
This is where AEON enters the picture. This innovative nutraceutical product is derived from the organic humic and fulvic extracts found deep within the Earth, protected from the effects of human activity. These powerful substances have been mined, extracted, and purified to create AEON – a key component in achieving optimal wellness.
Here's why this is significant: your gut, the primary driver of your health, is responsible for creating 80% of your immune system cells. Enhancing your immune system is crucial for your overall well-being, which is precisely what AEON aims to do.
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Given the promising research suggesting fulvic acid's potential role in fighting cancer, the integration of AEON into your health regimen could provide additional benefits. While more research is needed, the current findings are promising. Stay tuned as we continue to explore this exciting natural compound in the battle against cancer.
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Fulvic acid promotes extracellular anti-cancer mediators from RAW 264.7 cells, causing to cancer cell death in vitro
Statistics from the National Cancer Institute.
•Anti cancer mediator: Jayasooriya RG et al.
A study done in 1988 by Shenyuan Yuan et al. demonstrated a 100% success rate in preventing tumour progression into the cancerousstate when treated for two years with a humic extract solution.
•Outpatient medical hospital study Shenyi et al;
Humic acid in Jiangxi Province, 1 (1982) Showed that injection with a special humic extract was 90% successful in stopping tumour growth and diminishing size of tumours, with 80% of patients having complete cures.
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- Yuan, Shenyuan; et al; Application of Fulvic acid and its derivatives in the fields of agriculture and medicine; First Edition: June 1993
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