Biofilm Buster is an encapsulated formula of monolaurin (glycerol monolaurate), a potent virucidal and bactericidal agent with efficacy across an impressive array of pathogenic organisms and viruses.
Monolaurin is the mono-ester form of lauric acid, which is the predominant fatty acid in coconut and palm kernel oils and is also present in human breast milk (as 3.5-6.6 percent of total calories), where it is believed to be the main antiviral and antibacterial compound.1
Additional benefits of monolaurin are that, unlike conventional antibiotics, it has not been shown to result in antibacterial resistance, nor to have adverse effects on beneficial intestinal flora.
As such, in addition to acute therapeutic use it may also be used as a potential preventive measure during cold and flu season, or taken on an ongoing basis by those susceptible to recurrent infection and illness.
Biofilm Buster may be especially helpful for individuals plagued by chronic, recurrent stealth infections, such as those linked to Lyme disease and conditions involving chronic fatigue.
Some typically difficult-to-treat infections may result from viruses that are encapsulated in such a way that they cloak themselves in parts of the infected individual’s own cell membranes and are thus “hidden” from the immune system.