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ECOLOGICAL FORMULAS Monolaurin is a dietary supplement in form of capsules that contain monolaurin and inosine. This supplement has antimicrobial properties and supports the immune system and the body's health.
Monolaurin antimicrobial activity has been known since 1966. This substance is formed from a combination of glycerol and lauric acid (medium chain fatty acid). Lauric acid constitutes approximately 50% of the coconut oil. The question is: "Can the consumption of the coconut oil and lauric acid contained in it, lead to the significant endogenous monolaurin production?" There are no clear data to support this fact, so taking supplements containing monolaurin is very desirable. ECOLOGICAL FORMULAS Monolaurin Capsules is one of such products.
The results of previous studies suggest that monolaurin works virucidal and bactericidal by increasing the lipids and phospholipids solubility in the pathogen coating causing its disintegration. Available literature states that the antimicrobial properties of monolaurin are also related to its interference in the transduction process, i.e. the introduction of a new gene into the cell by bacteriophages for the purpose of cell replication.
It has been shown that monolaurin is effective against both sensitive and resistant to antibiotics Staphylococcus aureus, Listeria monocytogenes, Helicobacter pylori (negative gram), Hemophilus influenzae (gram negative), Streptococcus agalactiae and streptococcal group A, B, F and G. Monolaurin is in general more effective against gram-positive bacteria such as staphylococci and streptococci. Unlike conventional antibiotics, it does not adversely affect the physiological bacterial flora of the human intestine.
It is reported that a number of fungi, yeasts and protozoa are inactivated or even destroyed by monolaurin. These properties include several species of fungus, including Candida albicans that induce opportunistic infections in immunocompromised people, as well as the parasitic protozoan Giardia lamblia.
Monolaurin-inactivated viruses include human immunodeficiency virus HIV-1, HIV +, measles virus, Herpes simplex-1 and simplex-2 viruses, herpes viridae (all), influenza virus, Epstein-Barr virus. It is significant that several viruses neutralized by monolaurin are responsible for opportunistic infections in people with HIV and may be associated with other diseases such as chronic fatigue syndrome and immune disorder syndrome.
Inosine is an organic chemical compound. By increasing the antiviral properties it affects the activity of macrophages, lymphocytes and NK cells involved in natural immune mechanisms. In the form of a complex with 4-acetamidobenzoic acid and 1-dimethylamino-2-propanol (so-called inosine pranobex), it is used as a medicine combating viral infections by inhibiting the multiplication of viruses in the body.
Inosine's antiviral activity is based on body's immune response stimulation and regulation of abnormally or inadequately functioning cell-mediated response mechanisms, as well as viral RNA synthesis inhibition. Stimulating cellular immunity supports natural body processes in combating infection. Acting directly on the synthesis of genetic material of the virus effectively inhibits its multiplication in the body. It is characterized by a high efficiency in every stage of infection development.
ECOLOGICAL FORMULAS Monolaurin is a dietary supplement, recommended both, to support the body's natural immunity during periods of special exposure to infections, and as an adjuvant in the viral diseases treatment. The unquestionable advantage of this supplement is the safety of use and no adverse effect on intestinal bacterial flora.
It is best to use when the body cannot cope with the infection itself, or when the infection is prolonged or turns out to be more serious. It may be used as an adjuvant in periods of reduced immunity, in recurrent upper respiratory tract infections or during viral infections, such as skin and mucous membrane infections caused by herpes simplex or type II virus, chickenpox, shingles or other infections caused by viruses (e.g. flu).
When the supplement is used as an adjunct to the treatment it should be consulted with the practitioner.
Ecological Formulas is a renowned brand established in 1981 specialising in the production and distribution of preparations based on herbs, animal tissues, amino acids, microelements, and vitamins. All their supplements undergo laboratory tests regarding their composition and range of activity. The products can affect the functioning of the urinary and digestive systems, eliminate such problems as acne, etc.
The company also offers such products as natural hand sanitizers, oral hygiene products, supplements supporting immunity and maintaining homeostasis in the body in many other areas.
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Monolaurin is a form of fatty acid known as lauric acid. It occurs naturally in e.g. coconut milk and has been also detected in human milk. Monolaurin can be synthesised in the laboratory by esterification of glycerol with lauric acid.
Monolaurin shows strong antimicrobial properties and that is why it is most frequently used to aid the treatment of infectious diseases. It has been demonstrated to be capable of degrading, i.e. damaging, the lipid envelope of viruses. What is more, it can interfere with the maturation of viruses, thereby inhibiting their replication. Monolaurin is also effective against gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria. It even destroys strains which have become resistant to traditional antibiotics. Monolaurin also inactivates some pathogenic fungi, yeast and protozoans.
Dosage: No official guidelines.
The typical daily dosage varies from 0.75 to 3 g.
Inosine (purine nucleoside) is formed in the body during the degradation of adenosine involving the ADA, its ingredients are: hypoxanthine and ribose. Participates in energy conversion in the body and reduces the level of lactic acid in the cells and muscle tissue , providing increase of the exercise capacity and an extension of an effort time. Scientific research confirmed neuroprotective and anti-virus action of inosine. In the sports supplementation used in the disciplines of endurance and strength as a dietary supplement and support of the effort. Available in the form of mono-preparation supplements and complex multicomponent supplements (including creatine stacks, nitrogen boosters).
Dosage: 1-2g a day, mainly before and after training.
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