The miracle of monolaurin
Monolaurin is a chemical made from lauric acid, which is found in coconut oil and human breast milk.
Monolaurin is used for the common cold, flu (influenza), shingles(herpes zoster), gut bacteria UTI infections, and other infections,
Additionally, coconut oil, coconut cream, shredded coconut, and other items are great sources of lauric acid and, therefore, monolaurin. Lauric acid may be consumed in the form of coconut oil and is converted by the body into monolaurin.
As a result, it is unclear how much coconut oil or coconuts would need to be consumed to provide a therapeutic amount of monolaurin. According to some publications, it may require more than 100ml to 300ml of coconut oil daily and as a supplement, it’s safe to consume 500mg – 1000mg of Monolaurin.
At Dragon’s Miracle, we’ve formulated a premium formula to complete the daily dose with 1000 mg of monolaurin in the form of 3 Veg - Capsules,whose combined ingredients can be effective for immune support & helps to live a healthy life
The high - potency Monolaurin in Life Shield is ethically sourced from Sri Lanka. Well - knows in treating an array of pathogens, our hero ingredient has been used by Ayurvedic and traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years. It’s the same potent, bacteria, fungus, and viral fighting substance found in human mother’s milk. Monolaurin boosts immunity and protects us from harmful bugs. All while keeping our hearts healthy
How to Take Monolaurin?
- Coconut Oil
Why Sri Lanka Coconut?
We import our coconuts from Sri Lanka due to the best quality and extreme natural growth of the coconut, Sri Lankan desiccated coconut is renowned for its exquisite flavor, the lightest color, and delicate texture, making it the best DC (Desiccated Coconut) available worldwide.
Women from Sri Lanka had over double the quantity of lauric acid contained in their breast milk compared to women from other countries like Australia, Canada, China, Chile, Japan, Mexico, the United Kingdom, or the United States in a study of 50 breast milk samples from women in nine different nations.
Human breast milk contains 6.2% lauric acid on average, and nursing exposes babies to monolaurin for the first time
Infants receive nutrition for development and growth via breastfeeding, as well as immunological defense to make up for the young and inexperienced defense systems at mucosal surfaces.
In addition to having good nutritional value, breast milk is crucial for safeguarding and bolstering an infant's immune system because of the beneficial fats it contains.
Benefits Of Monolaurin
Lauric acid is a fatty acid unlike any other. It is known to increase high-density lipoprotein (HDL) i.e., good cholesterol. Lauric acid is a medium-chain saturated fatty acid. The human body is a walking biome with useful bacteria that aid the smooth functioning of vital biological processes such as digestion.
Coconut that has been desiccated has good fat and minimal to no bad cholesterol. Additionally, this fat includes selenium, manganese fiber, and copper, all of which support heart health and lower the risk of cancer and male infertility.
Diabetes patients have reduced blood manganese concentrations. However, dried coconut has a lot of manganese in it. This lowers the risk of developing diabetes for customers
A fantastic osteoporosis and arthritis preventative is desiccated coconut. It has been demonstrated that the fatty acids in coconuts strengthen bones and stop them from deteriorating.
Allergies: Coconut can be a boon for those who suffer from gluten and nut allergies. It's a great addition to your diet - gluten-free, nut-free, and with low carbohydrate content.
Desiccated coconut's dietary fiber promotes weight reduction. This occurs when it combines with the liquid that travels within the stomach and intestines. Additionally, it lessens the possibility of accumulating visceral abdominal fat.
Uses & Effectiveness
- Overgrowth of bacteria in the vagina
- Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS)
- Common cold, sinus, congestion
- UTI (urinary tract infections) infections
- Flu (influenza)
- Shingles (herpes zoster)
- Digestive syste
- Reproduction of bad bacteria in the lung
- Skin, hair
- Overgrowth of Candida
- Yeast infection
- Immune system