A team of researchers from the Florida Institute of Technology (FIT), the State University of New York (SUNY), Buffalo, and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) reports that, given a source of silver ions, naturally occurring humic acid will synthesize stable silver nanoparticles.
What does HA stand for?
HA stands for Humic Acid
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based clinical trial showed that proprietary humic acid from Laub Bio-Chemicals Corporation improved flu-related symptoms, cytokine response, the immune system modulator T-cells CD4+ and CD8+ and Visual Analogue Scale (VAS) scores when study subjects were provided six 250 mg tablets daily for 14 days.
Humic acids The paper discusses humic substances--humic and fulvic acids, which vary most and take an active part in soil chemical processes.
The new product, which is extract drink richly containing minerals, amino acids, humic acid and fulvic acid, helps detoxify the body and maintain health.
It was found that humic acid (HA) molecules consisting of long flexible polymers have a tendency to polymerize, aggregate, and form micelles and supra-molecular ensembles with other compounds [11-15].
The soil organic fraction including humic acid (HA) and fulvic acid (FA) is known to combine with metal ions, clays, pesticides, and several organics because of high specific surface area and chelating abilities (Sanyal 2001).
But humic acid contributes only about 8 percent of the carbon.
The secret of Spillsorb's magic, sphagnum moss, is in the organic humic acid it contains -- one of the most effective catalysts for breaking down hydrocarbons.