Herbalists have believed for centuries that fresh cilantro may be helpful in assisting your body rid itself of unwanted elements.
The use of algae (and specifically chlorella) by municipal water departments to remove heavy metal ions from wastewater is steadily increasing throughout the world.
Fulvic acid has been extensively tested for its ability to chelate toxic heavy metals from the body. For example, in one study, oral consumption of humic/fulvic acid administered daily for six weeks significantly decreased blood cadmium levels and increased urine cadmium in 31 adult workers continuously exposed to occupational cadmium. Other studies have indicated that humic/fulvic acid may also be beneficial in helping your body to rid itself of lead, strontium, and mercury.
In terms of color, smell, and taste, fulvic acid is certainly interesting. There's no denying that it gives the Metal Magic® formula a dark brown color, bordering on black. Get any on your fingers and it temporarily stains them. You have to wash it off with soap and water; it won't just rinse off. As for smell, the aromatics in the fulvic acid, such as vanillin, give the formula a slightly sweet, earthy smell, almost like a rich loam soil laced with vanilla and spices. It's not strong, and it's not offensive. Consider it nostalgic - taking you back to your days on the farm - or at least in your patch of your local victory garden. As for taste, it's actually quite mild, surprisingly--when mixed with even a small amount of juice--almost non-existent.