Policosolaurin™ is a high-quality, lipospheric, and preservative-free collaboration of policosanol and monolaurin! These two collided ingredients have been raved about on social media. Brand companies are very expensive, and they contain preservatives considered to be harmful, which users try to avoid. We use a therapeutic-grade lemon essential oil, which is all-natural, tastes great, and it is a legitimate preservative! We are offering this product in multiple variations, to satisfy individual preferences. No matter if you wish to receive its oral or transdermal effects, we have what you are looking for.
Depending on the variation chosen, the ingredients and options differ. No matter what product you choose, you will still have to choose the scented option to purchase. If you did not choose a skin product, simply choose “I did NOT choose skin products” for that last option.
- Oral Dropper Bottle – contains lemon-flavored, liposhperic policosanol and monolaurin that can be added to water, juice, or a smoothie. Choose “I did NOT choose any skin products” for the last option.
- Oral Spray – the same lemon-flavored, lipospheric solution, to be sprayed under the tongue. Choose “I did NOT choose any skin products” for the last option.
- Skin DMSO/Aloe Gel Spray – lipospheric policosanol in a DMSO and aloe leaf gel base. Choose a scent option.
- Skin Salve – an oil-based salve, containing policosanol and monolaurin in all-natural oils, frankincense resin, myrrh resin, bloodroot, and beeswax. Choose a scent option.
The lipospheric options contain nano-sized molecules. This is a process that involves adding dissolved oxygen to the liquid and then it is put through an energetic process that entraps the oxygen, policosanol, monolaurin, and essential oil molecules within nano-sized bubbles. These encasements are considered to be the highest bioavailability, which basically refers to its absorption rate.
Don’t be fooled by the big brand names that use celebrities, influencers, fancy scientific terms, and proprietary claims to market their products. The trickery and deception are obvious to anyone experienced in herbal alchemy and we can see straight through them. Preservation can be achieved with natural, safe, and great flavored ingredients.
While you should always do your own research on anything that you take, we will lightly touch base on the possible benefits that have made policosanol and monolaurin so popular! When taken together, they are said to have an effect on vitamin C retrieval. They are also said to act as a source of vitamin D. These are two molecules that cannot be made by the body.
By obtaining adequate amounts of these two vitamins, our immune system may be supported and elevated. The combo is thought to act as a modulator of gene expression within the body, which in turn may support neurological issues. They are also said to assist with collagen replenishment, which in turn may fortify damaged structures. This includes our skin, linings, organs, networks, and blood vessels. Many others use them together with intentions to support healthier hair and nails. Keep in mind that our entire body is made up of collagen.
One of the main reasons why most others use policosanol is for support with pain. It may be specific for pain of the legs associated with blood flow and high cholesterol. Policosanol may work by lowering the cholesterol production of the liver and increasing the LDL, in turn helping the HDL to work better. It may have a blood-thinning effect by helping to lessen the stickiness of platelet cells. It may have an effect on the modulation of cytokines, which may lessen storms, which in turn may help reduce inflammation and the pain that it may cause. Many who try these components together claim that they had boosts of energy, clearing of what is termed “brain fog“, and that they feel it may have played a role in increasing their overall quality of life and decreasing blood sugar amounts.
These two compounds have activity against many types of bacteria, parasites, fungus, viruses, and microbes. Monolaurin is an extract suggested by Dr. Stephen Buhner for anti-influenza support. The rave concerning coconut oil is mainly associated with its compound, monolaurin. He tells us in his book, Herbal Antivirals that in vitro studies are difficult to find and that most information we hear about its benefits, seem to be associated with products and private studies. He dived deeply into in vitro studies in that book. His research has shown that it has been found to be active against measles, HIV, HSV-1, HSV-2, hepatitis, Epstein Barr, bronchitis, rubella, multiple variants of dengue, choriomeningitis associated with lymph, stomatitis virus, visna virus, cytomegalovirus, influenza viruses, pneumonovirus, and respiratory syncytial virus. (1)
The dosage, or amount used, depends on the variation that you choose. There are approximately 600 drops per 1 oz. in a liquid dropper bottle and its dosage is 5 drops per use. There are approximately 450 sprays in a 1 oz. bottle and the general dose is 5 sprays. This means that a small bottle goes a long way!
When it comes to transdermal products, use it in either the specific pain location or in the areas that offer high absorption. The areas of the body that may be ideal to apply a topical product, to receive its transdermal benefits would be areas such as the abdomen, under the breasts, the armpits, back of the neck, bottoms of the feet, wrists, and the area between the shoulder blades. This is a unique area, where it is said that all of the nerves crisscross, allowing accessibility!