Each capsule contains 300 mg monolaurin (glycerol monolaurate)
- Strong and effective fight against various infections;
- It fights bacteria, viruses, fungi and diseases caused by them;
- Improves skin condition;
- Helps with chronic fatigue;
- It acts as a powerful antioxidant;
- Increases T cell activity and immunity;
How to use: In the first days of infection 3 times 3 capsules a day. Preventive intake: 3 times to 1 capsule daily.
Monolaurin is one of the most promising products for fighting infections caused by various microbes – bacteria, viruses, fungi. It was first synthesized by prof. John Cabara of the University of Detroit. It contains lauric acid, extracted from breast milk and glycerol. Monolaurin is an ester of lauric acid and glycerol.
The richest source of lauric acid is coconut oil (up to 48% of its composition). At the same time, the intake of monolaurin is significantly more efficient than lauric acid due to the incomplete conversion of acid to monolaurin in the body.
In the fight against bacteria
Monalaurin inhibits a large group of gram-positive bacteria, including Escherichia coli. It prevents the production of bacterial toxins, which reduces the toxicity of bacterial infections. It supports the treatment of streptococcal and staphylococcal infections, as well as Lyme disease (caused by Borrelia burgdorferi), in which relapses are extremely common due to hidden infections. Monolaurin is also effective against Helicobacter pylori, although it belongs to the group of gram-negative bacteria, and its effectiveness is not affected by the extremely acidic environment in the stomach. The presence of Helicobacter pylori has been shown to be associated with inflammation of the gastric mucosa, gastritis, ulcers and other severe gastric diseases.
In the fight against viruses
Monolaurin has extremely high activity against lipid-mediated viruses that attack humans and animals. Numerous studies have shown its ability to destroy the lipid envelope of the virus, as a result of which they drastically reduce their ability to reproduce, as well as to attack and infect human cells. On the other hand, the effect of monolaurin on the virus envelope makes them much more susceptible to the action of the host’s own defense mechanisms (immunity), which facilitates the management of viral infections. The action of this super product is used in the fight against various viruses: influenza virus, cytomegalovirus, herpes (I and II), chickenpox, pneumovirus, RNA and DNA viruses and many others.
In the fight against fungi
Numerous studies confirm the activity of monolaurin in the fight against fungi and yeast. These include several types of lichen and candida, which cause persistent infections.
Monolaurin is an extremely valuable product in the fight against parasites in the gastrointestinal tract, which are the causes of serious health problems.
Effective fight against microbes thanks to monolaurin enables the activation of the maximum potential of one’s own immunity, significant remission or solution of a number of skin problems and restoration of the vitality and tone of the organism.