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The Body Detox helps your organs to be more efficient in eliminating toxins. This can help reduce or avoid Herxheimer reactions.
Yes they can. Several hundred clinical studies have shown no interactions. They operate separately. We don’t need antibiotics but you are free to add them if you wish.
Yes it is. We just treat it like the Lyme spirochete because it also can burrow into cells. It is eliminated in the same way as the spirochete based Lyme.
All pathogen (bad) bacteria have lipid fats in their membranes (good bacteria do not). This allows Monolaurin to slowly absorb in, weakening the membranes and, eventually, the membranes rupture and the cell dies. The more lipid fats they have, and the more blood flow to the area, the quicker monolaurin absorbs in – and the quicker they die! Monolaurin is also effective against 14 virus families as well.
Yes, there is no coconut genetic material in monolaurin. Similar to how the body converts 3% of coconut oil into monolaurin, we add glycerol to the lauric acid of coconut to create a concentrated form of monolaurin, about 93%.
Yes, simply adjust for less weight. Example: a 60 lb. child is about 1/3 the weight of the average adult and would take 1/3 of a full dose.
Great question – and one that opens up a “regulatory can of worms.” We have to put soy on the label, because nattokinase, a proteolytic (protein dissolving) enzyme, is fermented from soy. So, even though it is extracted from the soy as a separate enzyme, we still have to disclose any allergens. Ultimately the disclosure of allergens is a very good regulation (one of our staff has a milk allergy and depends on it himself. However, it also can get confusing in the case of nattokinase and soy. An analogy would be growing probiotics from milk- where companies notify the customer since milk is an allergen.)
We have not had as much experience with measles. It has been effective in scientific studies but we are not sure how quickly or well it effects measles so it is not the same as an immunization.
They feel very similar to flu symptoms.
The FDA requires an expiration date but we are not aware of a known “shelf life” for monolaurin (This, of course, assumes proper care and storage.) since bacteria seem to have trouble growing in it.