Molybdenum is a mineral that is needed in trace amounts by the body. Carleson makes a good molybdenum supplement. Find it at a local health food store or online at http://www.iherb.com/Carlson-Labs-Moly-B-300-Tablets/12693?at=0 for example; if you find another place to purchase a molybdenum supplement (any brand), that's fine too...I have no financial connections with iherb.com or Carlson.
I think it is ok to take with herbs, but might be good to take it apart from medications. I am not aware of interactions, but probably better to be safe than sorry. I think the recommended daily dose is 75mcg, but in the setting of deficiency or chemical sensitivity, more may be needed temporarily to help reduce sensitivity.
Outgassing is a process by which volatile chemicals are emitted from a product, sometimes causing an unpleasant odor...for example, the smell of the interior of a new car, or the smell of new furnature, or the smell of fresh paint, etc. The outgassing chemicals often contain things like formaldehyde, ammonia, fire retardants, etc., and really are not good to inhale in any significant quantity.
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