What makes Ionic, Colloidal and Angstrom Minerals unique?
The term “ionic” applies to all minerals since every mineral has an electrical charge. Colloidal minerals are groups of mineral molecules which are held together by electrical properties or suspended in a liquid. Meanwhile, “angstrom” refers to the size of the ions in a mineral. Angstrom minerals contain ions which are one ten-billionth of a meter or less in size. Each of these terms applies to fulvic acid minerals, making them one of the most complex and unique molecules found in nature. In fact, scientists and researchers have yet to find a way to synthesize colloids as unique as fulvic acid minerals, which are able to release single ions of angstrom size at the right time and place within the body. While most colloids are not easily absorbed, fulvic acids make our minerals special in that their donor and receptor sites make absorption much more efficient. In fact, a more scientific way to refer to these groupings of molecules is a “poly-colloidal fulvic mineral complex.”