Monolaurin for Herpes and Other Viruses

Molonaurin Damon S. with Alexandra Harbushka (Blog Banner)

Monolaurin is becoming more and more popular among people looking for a healthy lifestyle. Coconuts and palm kernel oil are almost the only source of it, apart from human breast milk, which is usually entitled only for our babies, of course.

Monolaurin has the ability to break the outer shell of enveloped viruses, meaning it can actually help us fight those viruses way better and faster. And since herpes is one of the enveloped viruses, it can do a lot for our immune system in that sense. It can also be used with other viruses, such as coronaviruses, measles, bacterial and east overgrowth, Lyme disease, and many more.

Alexandra and Damon talk about importance of lysine as well. Alexandra is a great fan of lysine, taking it daily, and in this video you will hear more about its benefits for herpes virus. There are many great questions answered, such as:

- Should you take supplements and antivirals if you don't get any outbreaks

- How to know which monolaurin to take. Damon explains the difference between three different forms that monolaurin comes in - loose powder, pellets or capsules. What else can you look at when buying your first bottle of monolaurin

- Should you keep your towels and wash your clothes separately if you have herpes??

- Explanation about Enveloped viruses.


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