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Expose Viral Envelope
Some viruses have an additional viral envelope which covers their already protective protein coating. This envelope helps the virus avoid attack by the immune system which allows it to survive unhampered. The herpes virus is one such virus. Some substances help to disintegrate that viral envelope exposing it to the ravages of the immune system.
Monolaurin is a derivative of lauric acid which is found in coconut oil, the most abundant source of it. In a study conducted by John C. Herholzer and Jon J. Kabara, monolaurin with BHA was found to disintegrate the viral envelope thereby helping to render the virus ineffective.
In vitro effects of monolaurin compounds on enveloped RNA and DNA viruses,
Hierholzer , JC, Kabara, JJ, Journal of Food Safety, 4:1, 1982.
A study published in Medical Science Research found that oregano oil “disintegrated” the herpes virus outer protective membrane. Oil of Oregano is very strong and will burn unless it is diluted with something like olive oil. Just look for Oil of Oregano with olive oil. Put it on the bottom of your feet at night or along your spinal cord (where the virus likes to hide).
Propolis is a natural product from beehives. In a study done at Ben-
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