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Nutrisorb Molybdenum

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Our main products for candida toxins are Wild Endive Formula and Wild Endive Formula A . However Molybdenum may be an invaluable and cost effective additional measure.

Acetaldehyde is considered to be the primary toxin that candida releases into the body. The following is slightly technical, but bear with us.

Acetaldehyde is beleived to promote addiction to toxic substances as a result of generating opiate-like biochemicals called (salsolinol and beta-carboline). This may at least partly explain why alcoholics are so addicted to alcohol, cigarette smokers to cigarettes, and candida sufferers to sugar, since all three of these conditions involve chronic excessive body acetaldehyde levels. And, like opiates, it has been suggested that they might promote lethargy, mental cloudiness and fogginess, depression, apathy, inability to concentrate, etc. These are symptoms common to both alcoholism and candidiasis, the two conditions which may generate the highest chronic acetaldehyde levels in the body. It has been suggested that acetaldhyde may be involved with:

  • Impaired memory
  • Decreased ability to concentrate (brain fog)
  • Depression
  • Slowed reflexes
  • Lethargy and apathy
  • Heightened irritability
  • Decreased mental energy
  • Increased anxiety and panic reactions
  • Decreased sensory acuity
  • Increased tendency to alcohol, sugar, and cigarette addiction
  • Decreased sex drive
  • Increased PMS and breast swelling/tenderness in women.

Molybdenum is a trace mineral which is required by the body in breaking down acetaldehyde. As acetaldehyde is the main candida toxin thought to be responsible for many candida symptoms, it may be helpful alongside Bayberry Formula or Bayberry Formula A in transforming it into a harmless substance (acetic acid) and eventually into eventual production of acetyl coenzyme A which is a beneficial substance, involved with energy production in every cell of the body. Please note, we still regard Bayberry Formula (or Bayberry Formula A) as our main product to help with candida die off because of its effects at supporting the liver in breaking down candida toxins, but molybdenum may provide useful and cost effective additional help.

Other roles of Molybdenum

Deficiency of Molybdenum may cause impotence in older men.

Molybdenum helps to manufacture haemoglobin, the oxygen-carrying protein in red blood cells.

Molybdenum is also said to relieve a broad range of aches and pains, including arthritis. This may be because joint pains are a common symptom of candida toxins, and molybdenum helps break these toxins down. Certainly we have received reports that Wild Endive Formula and Wild Endive Formula A have relieved joint pain, perhaps for the same reason.

Additional Information

  • Provides a readily absorbable source of molybdenum
  • Chelated with ascorbic acid (vitamin C) to enhance absorption
  • Molybdenum can help support general wellbeing
  • Molybdenum is required to help deal with ingested sulphites
  • Molybdenum helps break down excessive mucus
  • Molybdenum aids in carbohydrate and fat metabolism
  • Molybdenum, taken with iron, can support the production of haemoglobin
  • Molybdenum is necessary for sexual function in males
  • Molybdenum is a vital part of the enzyme involved in iron metabolism
  • Suitable for veterinary use as a food supplement for animals
  • Suitable for children from 6 months and for the elderly

Product Information per Daily Intake

Ingredient Amount Providing % EC NRV
Vitamin C 7mcg   9
Molybdenum 200mcg   400
  Per 1 Drop    


Purified Water, Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid), Sodium Molybdate.

Recommended Intake

One drop taken daily in water, juice or milk with food or as professionally directed.

*As an alternative to this product, there is also a worthwhile amount of Molybdenum in Nutrisorb Liquid Trace Minerals.




  • If you are under medical supervision, please consult a doctor before use
  • This product should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
  • Do not exceed the stated recommended daily intake.
  • Do not purchase if the seal is broken.
  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Store below 25oC in a dry place away from direct sunlight and heat.
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