Glycerides of Lauric acid

The Mono-glyceride of lauric acid, an acid that belongs to the medium chain fatty acids, is naturally present in breast milk of humans and coconut oil. Up to today, the monolaurin, for use in human medicines is derived from coconut oil.

Based on the literature, the product has an effect on a wide variety of potentially pathogenic infections. It provides protection against many diseases in a preventive way. It can prevent the comeback of passed infections without the use of antibiotics or steroids; Also it can work well in combination with an antibiotic therapy. The product can improve skin, eyes, heart and the immune system by strengthening the overall health status. It can reduce the reasons of an outbreak of several diseases, that affect the skin and plumage, such as dermatitis


Monolaurin does not adversely affect the absorption of feed.


Chemical structure


The dosage of 1-2 grams Monolaurin is enough to avoid virus infections in humans. On this information, we have based our advisedoses.

Monalaurin destroys the fat shell of viruses by binding to the fat-protein shell of the virus. This will prevent the confirmation and avoid entering into the host cells, making it impossible to infect and multiply.

Monolaurin has been effectively investigated against 14 human RNA and DNA enveloped viruses in cell cultures. These include influenza, RSV, Rubeola, Newcastle, Corona Virus, Herpes, simplex type 1 and 2, cytomegalovirus.

Monolaurin is polar and is rapidly absorbed into the bloodstream, making the inside of the animal healthy. 

  • Coconut oil consists for the most part of the fatty acid, lauric acid3
  • The mono-glyceride of lauric acid (made from coconut oil) has anti-viral, anti-bacterial and antiprotozoal properties
  • The development of this product is of great mutual interest to both the health of humans and animals
  • Scientific literature has shown that Monolaurin is present in human breast milk 



















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