An Electrolyte is an element or compound that, when melted or dissolved in water or other solvent, dissociates into ions and is able to conduct an electric current. Electrolytes do differ in their concentrations in blood plasma, interstitial fluid and cellular fluid and do affect the movement of substances between those compartments.
Scientists believe that electrical and chemical balances at the cellular level can be created and controlled by electrolytes. The most powerful electrolyte known in nature is the powerful Fulvic organic electrolyte that restores, regenerates, regulates and balance cellular life. When the cell is restored to its normal chemical balance, and thereby achieves its bio-electrical potential, life flourishes where sickness, weakness, disintegration and death would have resulted. This is the Fulvic phenomenon. Fulvic Acid has a very high zeta potential.