Molybdenum is considered a trace mineral. Doctors are finding that trace minerals can be important for proper nutrition. Molybdenum is one of the most important of these compounds.
Molybdenum is a component of several enzymes and also plays an important role in sulfur metabolism. As a result, high sulfur intake may lower molybdenum levels. Low molybdenum can then in turn cause allergic reactions to sulfites.
Molybdenum supplementation may well play an extremely important role in balancing copper/zinc ratios which have been addressed in detail by Dr. William Walsh of the Pfeiffer Treatment Center in Naperville, Illinois. Molybdenum should be administered upon the advice of a physician or health care practitioner.
Kirkman's Molybdenum capsules are part of the hypoallergenic line as they contain no known allergens. The molybdenum is in the form of an amino acid chelate.