Monolaurin is an anti-microbial agent that protects the immune system from a range of infectious agents. Monolaurin is a glyceride ester derivative of lauric acid, a fatty acid found naturally in breast milk and certain vegetable oils. This fatty acid has been used as a germicidal agent for centuries. Lauric acid was originally discovered when microbiologists studied human breast milk to determine the antiviral substances which protected infants from microbial infections. It has been shown to protect newborns, whose immune systems are underdeveloped, from Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) and other respiratory tract viruses (1,2). Monolaurin was found to have even great viral activity than lauric acid. As a dietary supplement, Monolaurin has shown exciting results as an anti-viral and anti-bacterial agent. Monolaurin contains the monoester of the fatty acid lauri acid Directions: Take one Capsules with meals, or as directed by a physician.
Ingredients: CALCIUM 106mg, MONOLAURIN 300mg, INOSINE 7. 5mg
Dicalcium Phosphate, Cellulose Powder and silicon Dioxide Monolaurin contains the monoester
fatty acid lauric acid. Contains no corn, yeast, wheat, liver, citrus, or other common food or chemical allergens. Manufacturing methods incorporate special delayed release properties.