Vanadyl sulfate is the compound for Vanadium. Vanadyl (IV) sulfate describes a connection of inorganic compounds of vanadium with the formula VOSO₄ₓ. This blue solid is one of the most common sources of vanadium in the laboratory, reflecting its high stability. The aqueous solution, the salt crystallizes as the pentahydrate which water is not bound to the mental in the solid. Having Vanadyl Sulfate widely available, makes it a common precursor to other vanadyl derivatives, such as vanadyl acetylacetonate. The molecule is used in the world everyday. It is important and is taken in small quantities by one’s body. It can be found in mushrooms, shellfish, carrots, oat, cabbage and vegetable oils, such as sunflower, safflower, soybean, and olive oil. It helps those with Type 2 diabetes use their insulin. Using a high dose of it helps lower blood sugar for those who have Type 2 diabetes. It is good for treating diabetes, low blood sugar, high cholesterol, heart disease, tuberculosis, syphilis, a form of “tired blood” (anemia), for improving performance in weight training, and for preventing cancer. The compound itself exhibits insulin-like effects. There isn’t a certain amount of Vanadyl that should be taken. According to health sources, a dose of less than 1.8 mg per day is most likely safe for adults. Taking a higher amount of this could possibly lead to side effects. This compound helps people with their health and so much more. What a great compound.