Why it Works

Our Organic Plant Nutrient product is made with the freshest fish protein. (No bones, scales or skin). Our blend of enzymes, break down the protein into short chain amino acids and polypeptides using our cold enzymatic process. (Low heat keeps the amino acids and polypeptides from being destroyed). The result is a liquid food product, rich in absorbable amino acids, protein, polypeptides, vitamins, minerals and trace elements. The food readily absorbed by plants either through the stems and leaves or the roots.

  • Our Liquid Plant Nutrient product is 13-15% pure short chain amino acids.

  • Our Dry Plant Nutrient product is 80% pure short chain amino acids.

The basic components of living cells are proteins and amino acids. Amino acids are the” building blocks” of plant health and vitality. Plants have the inherent ability to biosynthesize (create) all the amino acids needed for growth from nitrogen (N), carbon dioxide (CO2) and water (H20). These processes, however, are incredibly complex and consume enormous amount of energy.If a plant has a ready source of available and absorbable amino acids, the plant can save energy on other bio-synthetic processes and can dedicate its energy to better, faster plant development during its critical growth stages.AMAL GOLD ORGANIC PLANT SUPERFOOD provides total and complete nutrition for your plants. The protein, amino acids, polypeptides, vitamins, minerals and trace elements are readily available and easily absorbable. Instead of expending energy breaking down their food, your plants simply absorb the nutrients and get bigger, faster!

Your plant can now dedicate its energy to faster
development, improved structure and higher yields!

GMOs, Herbicides, and Public Health

Philip J. Landrigan, M.D., and Charles Benbrook, Ph.D.

N Engl J Med 2015; 373:693-695 August 20, 2015 DOI: 10.1056/NEJMp1505660

Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are not high on most physicians' worry lists. If we think at all about biotechnology, most of us probably focus on direct threats to human health, such as prospects for converting pathogens to biologic weapons or the implications of new technologies for editing the human germline. But while those debates simmer, the application of biotechnology to agriculture has been rapid and aggressive. The vast majority of the corn and soybeans grown in the United States are now genetically engineered. Foods produced from GM crops have become ubiquitous. And unlike regulatory bodies in 64 other countries, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not require labeling of GM foods. Read More