Mo is a co-factor for sulphite oxidase, necessary for the metabolism of sulfur-containing amino acids; xanthine oxidase contributes to antioxidant capacity of the blood; aldehyde oxidase joins with xanthine oxidase in the metabolism of medications and toxins and mitochondrial amidoxime-reducing component, which boosts the removal of toxic substances. Mo is an antagonist to copper which makes it effective for reducing fibrotic, inflammatory and autoimmune diseases. It may inhibit pulmonary and liver fibrosis as well as protect against cancer, especially esophageal cancer. It is a component of several important interactions that lead to detoxifying the liver. It is involved in the pathways of purine degradation and formation of uric acid and is involved in breaking down these waste products. Use for multiple chemical sensitivities to MSG, sulfites, formaldehyde, aromatic compounds, smoke, perfume, automotive exhaust, and internal environment out-gassing; rule out vitamin B12 deficiency. Use for fibrotic liver, fibromyalgia, autoimmune deficiencies and all inflammatory processes. It is also involved in the chemical reactions that form bone, cartilage and blood.
Vegetable culture source molybdenum 50 mcg
2 tablets three times daily with meals or as directed.
Independent research and additional information
Fletcher RH, Fairfield KM. Vitamins for chronic disease prevention in adults: clinical applications. JAMA. 2002 Jun 19; 287( 23): 3127-9
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