Active Ingredient(s): Glycerol Molaurate
Category: Diabetes

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Monolaurin, also known as glycerol monolaurate (GML), glyceryl laurate or 1-lauroyl-glycerol, is a monoglyceride. It is the mono-ester formed from glycerol and lauric acid. Its chemical formula is C15H30O4. Contents 1 Uses 2 Occurrence 3 Pharmacology 4 References Uses Monolaurin is most commonly used as a surfactant in cosmetics, such as deodorants. As a food additive it is also used as an emulsifier or preservative. Monolaurin is also taken as a dietary supplement. Occurrence Mo...

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Glycerol Molaurate
  • Liquid: 1.1g/ml, 1.1gm/ml
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