Lauric Select™ provides researched monolaurin, a natural antimicrobial agent, in a convenient 600 mg vegetarian capsule format.
Monolaurin is the monoester form of lauric acid, a medium chain saturated fatty acid prevalent in coconut oil and also found naturally in human breast milk where it is believed to help protect infants from microbial infections.
As a supplement, monolaurin has a long-standing record of safety and efficacy. Unlike many other antibiotic and virucidal agents, it does not promote bacterial or viral resistance even following prolonged use, making it ideal for use in chronic situations.
We aim to process and ship orders same day where possible. Please note all orders received after 3.30 pm on a Monday to Thursday will be processed and sent out the next working day.
Friday orders after 3.30pm will be shipped on the following Monday. For next day courier delivery orders must be received by 1.00pm.
For orders placed on Friday before 1.00pm requiring a next day courier you have 2 options; Next Day Saturday which incurs a premium charge or Next Day Standard which will be delivered on the following Monday.
Orders placed after 1.00pm via the courier option will be processed on Monday for Tuesday delivery.
Please note we do not process orders on Saturdays, Sundays or Bank Holidays.
Ongoing research since 1966 has found monolaurin (also known as glycerol monolaurate) to be highly effective against enveloped RNA and DNA viruses and gram-positive bacteria as well as some yeasts and molds. It also has been shown to inactivate certain gram-negative bacteria, notably Helicobacter pylori.
The mechanism by which monolaurin is believed to exert effectiveness against pathogens involves its ability to solubilize lipids and phospholipids in the microbial coat, helping to disintegrate this protective envelope. By acting as a lipid membrane perturber, monolaurin enables the immune system to gain access to a pathogenic organism's interior contents and helps inhibit microbial replication and colonization by preventing the binding of pathogens to host cells. Monolaurin has been researched in vitro and used successfully in clinical practice for more than four decades.
Keep out of reach of children. Store sealed in a cool, dry place.
If taking medication, pregnant or nursing consult a physician before using.
1 capsule 3 times per day or as directed by your healthcare professional.