– It’s Simple! –
(from Coconut Oil’s Lauric Acid)
Kills Lyme Disease Borrelia in Mammals!
Easy to Administer
Yes, it actually works – and is Easy to Give to Them!
Monolaurin comes in tiny pellets (about 80 in a teaspoon). Directions are the same as humans – simply adjust compared to a human weight of 160 pounds.
Pet dosage example:
An average adult weight is about 160 pounds.
1 scoop is about 80 pellets.
So, a 20# dog is 1/8 of 160#, so 1/8 of 80 pellets/scoop is about 10 pellet to equal 1 scoop for a human.
A 40# dog is 1/4 of 160#, so 1/4 of 80 pellets/scoop is about 20 pellets per human scoop.
You simply adjust the number of pellets up or down according to weight. Most dogs have no problem swallowing the pellets mixed in soft food. Cats can be pickier but the majority will eat a soft cat food that allows the pellets to mix in – and far fewer scratches for you! (You can divide the pellets into 2 soft food meals a day if desired.)
Monolaurin does not work well for animals that chew their food (like a cow) because monolaurin is pretty bitter. Horses have an easier time with a little bit of molasses mixed in.
How Monolaurin Works
Monolaurin is natural and found in its highest concentration in mother’s milk of all mammals. It is there to help protect newborn infants from all bacterial infections and many viruses. (It does not affect good bacteria because they have a different type of skin.) It has no side effects, interactions with other drugs, or any allergies (I’ve never yet heard of an infant allergic to their mother’s milk).
Monolaurin is not an ‘immune booster’ that works with the metabolism of the pet. It directly attacks bacteria like Lyme’s Disease. Pathogen bacteria, Borrelia burgdorferi and many viruses have a very flimsy lipid fat exterior envelope (skin). This is by natural design so the bacteria and virus can easily move around, some even penetrating cells. Monolaurin happens to have the same size lipid fat molecules so they absorb into the virus and bacteria’s skin. Unfortunately (or fortunately for your pet), monolaurin doesn’t hold together well so the already flimsy bacteria skin ruptures and the cell dies.
Helps Other Pet Illnesses
Our largest customer base is actually people. Monolaurin has been shown in hundreds of clinical studies (many posted in our home page “A-Z Index”) to kill ALL pathogen (bad) bacteria and many viruses. This includes MRSA, Hepatitis, Herpes, Shingles, CFS, Lyme Disease and the majority of colds and flues. The FDA has even approved it for food processing sterilizing because it does kill all bad bacteria.
This is also good news for your pet because it will kill many other illnesses besides Lyme Disease in your pet! (In fact, many people take a “maintenance” dose year round for general protection – especially for flu.) (Link to more Monolaurin Information.)
The Only Caution
Monolaurin is so good at what it does that it can actually kill off bad things quicker than the Liver can eliminate them from the blood. That’s how good it is! Because of this, we recommend starting off slow the first time with the dosage mentioned above for 3-4 days. Then you can double the dosage (the same amount both morning and evening is best) for 3-4 more days.
For severe cases, the dosage can be tripled after the break-in period. Remember, monolaurin is natural and has no side effects if entered into gradually. (However, more than a triple dose does not add to its effectiveness).
Additional Articles and Information
We have much more information on our site if desired. You can go to the topic headings of: Monolaurin, Lyme Disease, and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in the A-Z Index. We will be continually adding and updating articles and information there.
Link to a monolaurin search: Monolaurin Google Search.
Our Best to All!