Humic Acid for Dogs | Borvo Nutrients

Product Description


Humic Acid for Dogs

Humic Acid is a natural pet supplement sourced from activated Leonardite, the richest source of humic acids.


  • Improves digestiion
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Supports immunity
  • Detoxifies by absorption of toxic substances
  • Supplements with minerals, micro, macro, and trace elements

Humic acid is the result of millions of years long humification process - the biochemical transformation of organic residues of primeval forests. With an estimated age of around 30 million years, it contains a high content of humic acids and more than 80 different types of trace elements, naturally supporting your pet's healthy digestion, immune system, and pH balance.

Bioavailable Compounds:

Humic acids, fulvic acids, and other bioavailable minerals


Activated Leonardite, humic acid extract


What is humic acid for dogs?

Humic acid for dogs is a 100% natural pet supplement that contains a high content of humic acids and more than 80 different types of trace elements, naturally supporting your pet's healthy digestion, immune system, and pH balance.

What are the benefits of humic acid for dogs?

Humic acid for dogs has a wide range of potential benefits, including improving digestive disorders, reducing inflammation, supporting immunity, activating metabolism, adjusting the intestinal microflora, detoxifying the organism, absorbing viruses in the digestive tract, and supplementing the organism with all necessary minerals, micro, macro, and trace elements that are easily absorbable by the organism.

Is humic acid safe for dogs?

Yes, humic acid is safe for dogs. Our Humic Acid for Dogs formula is non-toxic to animals and humans, ensuring there is no risk of overdose.

Can you give humic acid to puppies?

We recommend consulting with your veterinarian before introducing any new supplements or products to your puppy's diet to ensure they are safe and appropriate for your pet's specific needs.

Are there any side effects of humic acid for dogs?

Humic acid is generally considered safe for dogs to consume. However, some dogs may experience mild digestive discomfort. We recommend monitoring your dog closely after introducing humic acid to their diet and consulting with your veterinarian if you notice any adverse effects.

How long does it take for humic acid to work in dogs?

The effects of humic acid may vary depending on the individual dog's health status and the specific health issues being addressed. Some dogs may experience noticeable benefits within a few weeks, while others may take longer to see improvements. We recommend giving your dog humic acid for at least four to six weeks to assess its effectiveness.

Why use magnesium oil?

It is considered that as many as 50% of people living in the west are deficient in magnesium. With magnesium contributing to many functions within the body it is an important mineral and is strongly recommended to maintain correct levels within the body.

It is also worth noting that during intense exercise you need up to 20% more magnesium then when you are resting. Magnesium levels in the body when exercising are depleted through perspiration.

Magnesium contributes to the following functions in the body:

  • Reduction of tiredness and fatigue
  • Electrolyte balance
  • Normal energy yielding metabolism
  • Normal functioning of the nervous system
  • Normal muscle function
  • Normal protein synthesis
  • Normal psychological function
  • Maintenance of normal bones
  • Maintenance of normal teeth
  • Has a role in the process of cell division

How do I use the magnesium oil?

Spray on the body and massage well into the skin. Ideally after showering or before sleep.

For best results, apply to clean skin. Reapply whenever needed.

Apply anywhere on the body avoiding broken skin and delicate areas such as the eyes.

Concentration on joints, muscles and areas of concern.

Suitable for children and for use during pregnancy.

Must I wash the magnesium oil off after application?

That is up to you. This is not necessary. However, if you prefer to wash magnesium oil off, you should wait for an active application time of at least 10 minutes to elapse in order to derive the full benefit.

The magnesium oil causes a tingling sensation on my skin. Is this normal?

Persons with sensitive skin can detect a slight itchiness or tingling after application of magnesium. This is completely harmless, although it could be a little unpleasant.

The concentrated magnesium oil can be diluted with water to allow the skin to become accustomed to the application. Finished products with lower concentrations of magnesium chloride are also available. In this case, the amount of the spray action must be adapted to receive the same quantity of magnesium.

The concentration can then be gradually increased, depending on tolerance. Magnesium oil can also be washed off again after an active application time of approximately 10 minutes.

This will pass with regular use and as absorption commences immediately, skin can be towelled off after massaging in.

What are the advantages of external application of magnesium?

External application of magnesium offers the following advantages when compared to oral ingestion, such as by means of tablets, granulate or liquid form:

  • No reabsorption problems in the gastro-intestinal tract
  • Dosage according to individual requirements possible
  • No dosage-dependent side effects such as diarrhoea
  • Faster effectiveness
  • Direct application to problem areas possible (e.g. in the case of cramps)
  • Does not need to be ingested

What are the signs of magnesium deficiency?

Because magnesium is required for so many processes in the body there are many varied signs of deficiency. These symptoms are often quite subtle and people can live with them for years unaware that it is something so simple as a nutritional deficiency causing them.


  • Aches and pains
  • Insomnia
  • Slow recovery from exercise
  • Mood problems
  • Muscle cramps
  • Migraines
  • PMS
  • Irregular sleep patterns and insomnia
  • Heart irregularities
  • Muscle twitches and spasms
  • Anxiety
  • Digestive trouble
  • Lack of appetite
  • Constipation
  • Brain fog
  • Memory problems
  • Depression
  • ADHD

What are the causes of magnesium deficiency?

  • Cooking and processing depletes magnesium, even from those foods high in magnesium.
  • Alcohol, coffee, sugar, and high protein in the diet are also responsible for diminished magnesium levels in the body
  • Low levels of magnesium in soil leading to low levels in produce.