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Taking Molybdenum causes increase in Fibromyalgia

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia' started by taroki, Mar 13, 2014.

  1. taroki

    taroki Senior Member

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    I am currently taking Molybdenum for my Sulphur Sensitivities. I recently took Biotics Research Mo-Zyme ... Molybdenum (from vegetable culture) at 100mcg and my Fibromyalgia pain flared up.

    Strange because when I took KPU minerals (Biopure Core) which has high dose Molybdenum (Krebs) 100mcg per capsule it does not happen.

    Does this mean the sulfur sensitivity is the cause of my Fibro? Does this mean I need a specific type of molybdenum? The reason why I wanted to try the molybdenum by itself is because Dr. Klinghardt says you should do some mercury chelation before starting KPU. And the sulphur sensitivity is preventing me from doing oral chelation right now.

    I also have Lyme, Mercury, pesticide, etc.
  2. ahmo

    ahmo Senior Member

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    I'm intrigued by their label.
    I've ended up using Country Life Mbd chelate. I switched from others due to ammonia. Ammonia or histaminess are possible candidates along w/ sulfur. It'll be good if this flare gets you closer to finding the underlying triggers.:meh:

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