Why Does Eartheart Have Kelp in it?
Kelp is just what it implies, vegetable plants that grow on the ocean floor.Specific types of Kelp are used in specific products. Some are added to cosmetics, and one type is added to premium quality ice cream for smooth texture and frost crystal resistance.
The Kelp, called potassium alginate, in Eartheart is an extract, or squeezed juices that are dried into a water-soluble powder. Basically, the potassium alginate has specified jobs to do for the plants or crops Eartheart is applied to. Here are some of those jobs:
• Prevent transplant shock, with trace minerals.
• Speed "green up" by promoting chlorophyll in leaves.
• Reduce "sunburn" by converting ions (light energy) into photosynthesis
• And most importantly, supply substantial amounts of all the trace minerals
found in excellent soils, as on the ocean floor. Including the ones that are
"locked up," not available in over worked soils, sterile or polluted soils.
Especially the minerals that man cannot duplicate or synthesize in
• Most so-called ecological plant foods are leftovers from some other
process. For example manure and sewage sludge; they are easy to dry and
sell rather than hauling them to the landfill. And then there is blood meal
and bone meal, both leftovers from the meat packing industry. They are
highly cooked and sterilized for human safety, but it's questionable as to
how plants could use them.
Eartheart contains absolutely NO leftover or unwanted components and the seaweed/kelp is of the highest quality.