Coconut Oil Zoonosis: Even Animal-Borne Microbes are Prey
Coconut oil for zoonosis is just another day in the healthcare office. Even animal-transmitted pathogenic organisms can be killed by coconut oil’s potent antimicrobial punch.
Zoonosis is a disease that can be transmitted from animals to humans. Fortunately for us humans, Medium chain fatty acids (MCFA) plentifully found in coconut oil offers us a safe, natural and effective way to deal with it.
MCFA-rich coconut oil will just not tolerate harmful organisms. It annihilates a great number of pathogens, from the ones that cause ringworm, all the way to the fatal HIV and SARS coronavirus.
As powerful as they are to kill deadly organisms, MCFAs are harmless to us.
Jon Kabara, Ph. D., former professor emeritus of chemistry and pharmacology at Michigan State University, explored the effects of MCFAs on human health for 50 years. He said, and I quote…
“It is rare in the history of medicine to find substances that have such useful properties and still be without toxicity or even harmful side effects.”
They are so safe that even newborns can eat them safely. MCFAs are, after all, an important component of breast milk. Oh, and yes. Coconut oil is nature’s most prolific source of these magnificent MCFAs.
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