How much monolaurin should I take for Epstein-Barr?
Jon Kabara, who first reported on monolaurin and now markets it under the brand name Lauricidin, suggests that people age 12 and older start with 750 milligrams (mg) of monolaurin two to three times per day. From there, he suggests they work their way up to 3000 mg, two to three times per day.
How do you cure the reactivated Epstein-Barr virus?
How Do You Treat an EBV Infection or Reactivation?
- Going to bed early and sleeping for longer periods.
- Taking more frequent breaks.
- Avoiding physical exertion.
- Taking medication for your sore throat and fever.
- Drinking plenty of water.
What supplements help EBV?
High-dose intravenous vitamin C is an effective treatment for infection with the Epstein-Barr virus.
How long can I take monolaurin?
Duration – Monolaurin may be taken as long as an an individual wants to support immune health, including ongoing daily supplementation. Maximum Dosage – Monolaurin has no determined upper limit, but caution should be taken when dosages exceed 6 grams/ day.
How fast does monolaurin work?
The monolaurin seemed to take 10-15 days to act and my skin turned from an ashy color to an apricot hue.
How do I lower my EBV levels?
Although no medicine can cure an EBV infection, you can take these steps at home to ease your symptoms:
- Get plenty of rest.
- Drink a lot of water and other liquids to stay hydrated.
- Suck on lozenges or ice pops, or gargle with warm salt water, to make your sore throat feel better.
How do you get rid of Epstein Barr naturally?
How do you take Monolaurin?
Monolaurin can be taken with or without food and any time of the day. However, it is recommended to take monolaurin with food to avoid stomach upset and the naturally “soapy” taste from becoming unpleasant. Food may also aid in the bioavailability of some supplements.
What does Monolaurin do to a lipid coated virus?
Monolaurin is believed to inactivate lipid-coated viruses (including EBV), causing the permanent disintegration of their particles – meaning, they will not return or replicate. Here’s what monolaurin looks like…
What kind of diseases can Monolaurin be used for?
Sadly, monolaurin had no effect on diseases caused by non-enveloped viruses such as the polio virus, coxsackie virus, encephalomyocarditis virus, rhinovirus, and rotaviruses. Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) , Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus agalactiae.
When did Monolaurin become a natural treatment for H pylori?
Monolaurin and Lauricidin was one of the first components of my biofilm protocol when I developed it, for the natural treatment of H. pylori, back in 2007. Since then I have found it to be an indispensable supplement in my practice.
How much Monolaurin can you take in a day?
Monolaurin, when given orally, at therapeutic doses between 2,500 – 9,000 mg/day is generally well tolerated, with loose bowels as the only negative concern.