Record of Success
It is nice to be able to say, after thousands of people, we have only had one time someone reported our MRSA Protocol wasn’t 100%! Over the years, we have been able to narrow down the key contributor to the legendary health of the South Sea Islanders. It was what coconut added to their diet. When they ate coconut oil, their body converts some of the lauric acid in coconut to monolaurin!
Monolaurin is one of the most effective bacterial killers (and some viruses) in the human body – at least by what we can get by directly eating a natural supplement. However, not everyone wants to eat the amount of coconut, or coconut oil, needed for urgent situations. Thus, supplement makers started producing monolaurin. This made it much more easier (and tolerable for many) to get the monolaurin needed to defeat bacterial attacks.
Here, we want to look at some of the tougher bacteria that Monolaurin can kill. Not only does monolaurin not allow bacteria to develop a resistance like Staphylococcus aureus, but also it is known to help these resistant bacteria from even infecting you in the first place! This is even more important when we look at the types of bacteria below that monolaurin will kill.
The Bacteria Killed by Monolaurin Includes:
Groups A, streptococci gram-positive organisms,
Some gram-negative organisms (Vibrio parahaemolyticus and Helicobacter pylori).
The destruction of Staphylococcus aureus and decreased production of toxic shock syndrome toxin-l was shown with monolaurin. Monolaurin was even 5000 times more inhibitory against Listeria monocytogenes than ethanol (alcohol).
Of greater significance there appears to be, as we said, very little development of resistance of the organism to the anti-bacterial effects of these natural anti-microbials. It is even more encouraging when we understand that another great advantage of Monolaurin is that it does not produce resistant microorganisms (super bugs) during use.
Many Fungi, Yeast, and Protozoa are also Killed, Including:
Several species of ringworm,
The protozoan parasite Giardia lamblia,
Potent in vitro in activators of sexually transmitted viruses (such as HSV-2, HIV-1 and Neisserian gonorrhea)
Also important is that monolaurin does not appear to have an adverse effect on desirable gut bacteria, but rather on only potentially pathogenic microorganisms. For example, Isaacs reported no inactivation of the common Esherichiacoli or Salmonella enteritidis by monolaurin, but major inactivation of:
Staphylococcus epidermis, and
Group B gram-positive streptococcus
All in all, this should give many people suffering from infectious diseases hope. Monolaurin, used internally and externally, and combined with a 60+ ingredient multi-nutrient, gives hope to people – especially people suffering from MRSA staph infections.
For more information see Monolaurin in the A-Z Index.