Fulvic acid is a compound synthesized naturally by microbes and is formed when organic plant material undergoes the process of decomposition. So, it’s safe to say that it is abundant in soil. Despite not having the most appealing of sources, the compound has been growing in popularity. It’s said to help in all sorts of ways, from improving digestion to fighting cancer. While many attest to its potency from firsthand experience, there’s still a need to assess it from a scientific perspective. And, in this post, we’re going to do just that.
It seems more and more people are talking about pine pollen benefits these days. Well, that’s to be expected since whenever there’s something that supposedly offers a variety of health benefits, people get excited about the possibilities that come with it. And, what we’ve found is quite surprising for something that is commonly found in North America but has not been used in Native American herbalism (though it’s been part of traditional Chinese medicine). Here are the most important and interesting benefits of pine pollen we’ve found: