In your relentless quest for larger buds that are worth more to you and your associates, you now have an all-organic formula called Nirvana.
When you look at what Nirvana has In it, and how these organics work for you, that’s why Nirvana is the number one choice of growers seeking an organic way to maximize yield and quality.
There’s a superstar list of ingredients on board for you, including alfalfa meal that enhances growth and yield in your hydroponics plants.
Alfalfa is particularly important if you’ve invested money in C02 for your grow room; it gives you more rapid intake of C02, more vigorous growth, and maximum yields.
Nirvana also gives you Ascophyllum nodosum. These rich compounds contain ingredients that stimulate root function, cell replication, and flower.
The benefits keep on coming when you use Nirvana, because it contains whey protein that has been pre-digested using enzymes instead of the acid process that most manufacturers use.
Enzymatically-hydrolyzed whey protein ensures that flower-boosting amino acids cysteine and tryptophan are preserved in the biologically-active “L” form.
Most manufacturers use acid hydrolysis, which destroys L-aminos. When you use Nirvana’s enzymatically-hydrolyzed whey protein, your plants get L-aminos that stimulate floral growth and potency.
Another Nirvana benefit comes from two other plants: Chilean Soap Bark and Yucca. These amazing plants produce compounds called surfactants. A surfactant is a compound that reduces the “surface tension” of liquids so they and whatever they contain more easily enter your plants via roots and leaves.
Yucca extract and Chilean Soap Bark extract are two all-natural surfactants that transfer nutrients into your plants.
Along with guano, Nirvana has a yeast component that contains 22 essential amino acids that build plant proteins, and it’s also loaded with B vitamins. B vitamins are particularly useful for cloning, seedlings, transplanting, motherplants and gardens where plants are being pushed hard for production.
In fact, virtually every element on earth is contained in azomite. You’ll notice that many of azomite’s ingredients are essential nutrients for your plants.
Another of Nirvana’s underground benefit for your plants is humic acid. It comes from leonardite, which is among the richest veins of organic material in the earth. Humic acid helps your plants intake and utilize nutrients. A related compound is fulvic acid, also derived from leonardite. Fulvic acid similarly transports nutrients into cells..
As you can imagine, it’s difficult for you to individually source or use these beneficial natural ingredients as individual supplements.
For your convenience, Advanced Nutrients extracted, standardized and combined these powerful compounds into one formula, called Nirvana.
Not only that, but Nirvana is triple-filtered and custom-blended you easily applied as a foliar feed or in any type of hydroponics irrigation root zone system.
Be aware that Nirvana is often placed on hydroponics store shelves along with competing products such as Pure Blend Pro and Liquid Karma, but Nirvana contains more crop-boosting ingredients than any other organic booster product.
Not only that, Nirvana is the only 100% organic, concentrated, easy to use formula of its type.
In your quest to naturally enhance growth and maximize yields, Nirvana stands alone as a rich supplement that you want to feed your plants right away.
Nirvana has two surfactants that make it penetrate leaves to deliver flower-boosting compounds directly into floral clusters. Nirvana is all-organic, so it’s safe to leave on your flowers. However, we recommend that you mist and cleanse your floral clusters with pure water just before harvest as a general way of creating the cleanest end product.
One of the main effects of Nirvana is to add an organic, natural component to synthetic feed programs. Many growers report the improved taste and aroma when they use Nirvana.
“Before I was using Nirvana I was kind of resigned thinking that the price of staying organic was that I lost some harvest weight. But I gave Nirvana a try. I used it as a foliar spray about 3 weeks before I went to flowering and as a root feed after that. You could see the difference right away. The flowers are bigger and they have a sweeter taste!”