A New Multimineral Dietary Supplement
This discovery was made after veterinary doctors observed that animals grazing on or near this deposit were exceptionally healthy, compared to other animals, especially off-spring. Studies found that the animals, consuming the grass growing on these peat deposits experienced accelerated growth and resisted diseases commonly seen in other regions of Hungary and nearby countries. This suggested that the animals had ingested something that had enhanced their immune function and promoted optimal growth and disease resistance. It was believed that the peat enhanced absorption of minerals found in the plants livestock was eating. Extensive scientific research has established that this peat deposit contains significant quantities of two predominant humate compounds, humic acid and fulvic acid.