Monolaurin

Rated 4.8 out of 5
Based on 140 reviews

Supports Immunity*
Supports Healthy Skin*
Great for when you're "under the weather"*

A powerful compound found in coconuts with incredible immune boosting properties.*

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    average rating 4.8 out of 5
    Based on 140 reviews
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    Reviewed by Erika, from United States
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    Rated 5 out of 5

    Great choice, best one I have tried!

    These supplements are fantastic. The capsules are smaller than I expected, and easy to swallow. I can smell the coconut flavor but they don't really have much taste or after taste. I'm very happy with my choice to order them!

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    Reviewed by Amazon C., from United States
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    Rated 5 out of 5

    Awesome energy booster

    I was reluctant that these would have any noticeable effect up front. But after a couple of days of taking I woke up after my nights sleep feeling more rested than normal. After five or six days I feel like I'm starting to have more sustained energy and more focus throughout my work day than I have had since I was a young adult. For the price, I would highly recommend to anyone.

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    Reviewed by Patrick F., from United States
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    Rated 5 out of 5

    Already seeing the benefits!

    Great product that I am already experiencing results with. I have taken other products but wasn't impressed. Really happy I bought this. Already re-upped my order!

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    Reviewed by Tish, from United States
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    Rated 5 out of 5

    Looking for subtle changes, give these a try.

    I'm usually pretty hesitant about trying new supplements but these have exceeded my expectations. I find that the pills are very easy to swallow and don't leave a horrid pill taste in your mouth. I usually take meds with juice or water and sometimes they get stuck in my throat but these just go with a swallow. They aren't too thick. I've noticed better digestion and less issues with my taking in certain food groups. I also feel like I'm more energetic and have been sleeping at least 7-8 hours peacefully since starting. Overall I would definitely recommend giving them a try.

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