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December 22, 2018 // by Earth Clinic Creative Team// 4 Comments
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Monolaurin – a Safer Treatment Than BHT for Lipid Coated Viruses?
I am giving this monolaurin my attention. I just recently posted a discussion about how I think [ do NOT know with certainty ] BHT works to destroy the lipid coatings of lipid coated viruses.
If I am right about that [ a BIG if ], it does follow that the same forces I discussed would be at work with the monolaurin.
Think of it this way: BHT and its metabolites are like a granular shaped molecule rapidly spinning about rapidly and grinding through lipid coatings.
Monolaurin is a rod like molecular entity rapidly teeter tottering and spinning about in these same lipid coatings. A different shape doing the same thing. Tearing apart said lipid coatings.
Both BHT and monolaurin are lipid seekers and for the same reasons. Relatively [ compared to water ] nonpolar entities. Whereas water is VERY dipolar. Everything is relative.
What is so very different about monolaurin compared to other lipids? It is a zig zagged but straight line overall. A rod like shape. Most lipids have a head group that is dipolar and two or three so called tail groups.
Also and importantly monolaurin`s dipolar head group is 6 atoms long. significantly longer than most lipids with two [ O-H ] hydroxy groups. As I explained in my earlier posting: When an oxygen atom is bonded to a hydrogen atom the [ O-H ] group has partial electric charges that compel it to move about very rapidly.
And monolaurin is a component of human mother`s milk.
I do NOT know about dosages of monolaurin. Some feedback from those who do would be appreciated by me.
Jay, are you out there ? Any who knows about monolaurin dosages please reply. Oscar
I don't know if this is what you are asking, but my capsules of monolaurin contain 600mg of monolaurin and 7.5mg of inosine. The directions say to take one or two capsules with meals or as directed by a physician.
Who else but you could figure out this inter-relationship between these two supplements and save so many lives? I know you like to downplay your education, but your brilliant mind speaks for itself. If the medical community doesn't recognize your contributions, at least take comfort in knowing the Earth Clinic family DOES, and we know the importance and healing power of your research and appreciate all your efforts! Take care and may God bless you for all you do for others.
Dear Rsw [ Uniontown, Ohio ]. Thank you for responding. The manufacture`s recommended dosage does seem a good way to go with that what is a mixture. 600mg of monolaurin with 7.5mg of inosine. Is this a tablet or an oil filled capsule ?There must of been a reason for combing the two. I am totally new to this monolaurin stuff.
Again, the manufacturer`s recommended dosage seems a very good place to start. Thank you for helping out with this one Rsw, …Oscar
The monolaurin is a capsule that appears to have a white, loose powder inside. The brand is Ecological Formulas. It does say on the back ” Manufacturing methods incorporate special delayed release properties, ” if that is of importance. Other ingredients are Gelatin, Magnesium Stearate.