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    Also known by its systemic name Octanoic Acid, its common name Caprylic Acid is a eight-carbon saturated medium chain fatty acid found naturally in the milk of various mammals, ad as a minor constituent of coconut oil and palm kernel oil. It is an oily liquid that is minimally soluble in water with a slightly unpleasant rancid-like smell and taste.

    Two other acids are named after goats: caproic (C6) and capric (C10). Along with caprylic acid these total 15% in goat milk fat. Virgin Coconut oil is a natural source of Caprylic Acid and Capric Acid. Caprylic Acid is traditionally used for internal wellness.

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    As a natural immune-booster, caprylic acid is commonly used as an ingredient in topical fungicides, household cleaners, perfumes and dyes.

  • Caprylic acid is used commercially in the production of esters used in perfumery and also in the manufacture of dyes.

  • Caprylic acid is an antimicrobial pesticide used as a food contact surface sanitizer in commercial food handling establishments on dairy equipment, food processing equipment, breweries, wineries, and beverage processing plants. It is also used as disinfectant in health care facilities, schools/colleges, animal care/veterinary facilities, industrial facilities, office buildings, recreational facilities, retail and wholesale establishments, livestock premises, restaurants, and hotels/motels. In addition, caprylic acid is used as an algaecide, bactericide, and fungicide in nurseries, greenhouses, garden centers, and interiorscapes on ornamentals.


    Found in healing foods like coconut and coconut oil, cow’s milk, and human breast milk, Caprylic Acid been linked to prevention of urinary tract infections, bladder infections, Candida virus, sexually transmitted diseases, oral infections like gingivitis and many other conditions. As one of the three primary fatty acids (along with capric acid and lauric acid) found in coconut oil, caprylic acid has recently become widely known for its antifungal effects, especially in regard to keeping the digestive and reproductive organs -- including the bladder, gut and urethra -- functioning properly.

    One of the most popular uses for caprylic oil, whether consumed as part of foods or taken orally in tablet form, is preventing the overgrowth of yeast-like fungus that can live and grow in your intestines.


  • Caprylic Acid is believed to suppress fungal infections within the gut, notably candida albicans infection. Caprylic Acid is a type of beneficial saturated fatty acid that has antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties.

  • Caprylic Acid is one of the three fatty acids (along with capric acid and lauric acid) that are found in Coconut Oil. It is a potent antifungal that kills Candida cells, as well as restoring your stomach acidity to its normal levels. You can start taking caprylic acid as soon as you have finished your cleanse in the first stage of the diet. It is available in gel capsules, which allow the caprylic acid to get to your intestinal tract and start killing Candida cells.

    Natural antifungals like caprylic acid work best in combination, as this prevents the Candida yeast from adapting to a single treatment. So you can combine caprylic acid with other natural antifungals like Oregano Oil, Garlic and Grapefruit Seed Extract (GSE). If your treatment is killing the Candida cells, there is a chance that you may experience a Candida Die-Off reaction. To reduce the chance of this happening, you can take a liver-protective supplement like a Liver Detox Drops or Molybdenum.

    Like other antifungals, caprylic acid works by interfering with the cell walls of the Candida yeast. Repeated studies have shown its effectiveness against Candida. According to a study conducted by Japan’s Niigata University, "the fungicidal effect of caprylic acid on Candida Albicans was exceedingly powerful". You can begin taking antifungals like caprylic acid as soon as you have finished your cleanse in the first stage of the diet.


  • Caprylic Acid helps prevent and treat yeast infections. Aside from candida, yeast can cause other types of internal or external yeast infections that show up on the skin, genitals, toes and elsewhere. Caprylic acid can help get rid of yeast infections -- as toe fungus, oral infections, vaginitis in women, jock itch in men and ringworm are all examples of yeast infections that can be prevented or treated with little to no side effects.

  • Caprylic Acid helps treat skin infections and acne. Coconut oil products have become popular skin care. The strong antibacterial and antimicrobial effects of caprylic acid have been proven in many human and animal studies to help improve infections that show up on the skin. Caprylic acid, along with its derivatives called monocaprylin and sodium caprylate, are capable of fighting bacteria that live on the skin and cause infections, including Dermatophilus congolensis and acne. Dermatophilosis is a skin disease that can affect many species of domestic and wild animals like horses and cattle, in addition to humans. It results in a bacterial infection that forms painful dry scabs on the skin and can be irritating and embarrassing, similar to eczema and acne. Coconut oil, the best source of naturally occurring caprylic acid, is known to naturally improve acne and reduce skin inflammation. This is why coconut oil makes a great natural skin moisturizer, addition to homemade scrubs or lotions, facial cleanser, and shaving balm. Additionally, it has beneficial properties for improving hair health when used in coconut oil form.

  • Caprylic Acid helps treat inflammatory digestive disorders. Medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs or MCT oil) are often administered to patients with Crohn's disease or short-bowel syndrome. Up until recently, little was known about the effects of MCFAs and MCTs on intestinal inflammation, but studies now suggest that these fatty acids help suppress secretion of inflammatory enzymes and cells, reducing Crohn's symptoms like pain, bloating, bleeding and bowel problems. MCTs seem to help protect the epithelium, a line of defense living in the gut that acts like a border against an array of substances in the intestines, including toxic residents and pathogenic micro-organisms. In people who have inflammatory conditions where a healthy mucus barrier is lost, including those with Crohn's disease, their intestinal epithelial cells secrete a wide array of cytokines after stimulation with pro-inflammatory cytokines or bacterial products. Although the precise mechanism that leads MCTs to suppress this process is still not fully understood, it is believed that they help inhibit inflammatory cytokine gene inhibition and, therefore, lower the body's immune responses that further aggravate the gut lining.

  • Caprylic acid also helps to normalize the acidity in your stomach.
  • Candida dieters are frequently confused as to whether they should be trying to make their stomach more alkaline or more acidic. This confusion is caused because the stomach naturally has a much higher acidity than the rest of your body. Stomach acidity is important because it allows your immune system to function properly, enabling it to fight off the Candida overgrowth. Caprylic Acid helps to restore a natural, acidic environment to your stomach. You can read more about restoring optimal pH through diet on our Acidosis or Alkalosis disorders pages.
    Caprylic acid is taken as a dietary supplement. Some studies have shown that MCTs can help in the process of excess calorie burning, and thus weight loss. MCTs are also seen as promoting fat oxidation and reduced food intake. There has also been interest in MCTs from endurance athletes and the bodybuilding community.
  • Caprylic acid reduces risk for antibiotic resistance. Concerns regarding antibiotic resistance worldwide are on the rise, which has led health experts to seek out natural alternative therapeutic approaches to antibiotics for treatment of infections in both humans and animals. One of the main concerns for using chemical antibiotics to treat infections or viruses is that it raises the risk for antibiotic resistance over time. As harmful pathogens and bacteria in the body become resistant to drugs and mutate in order to survive, we have to turn to other options to treat illnesses -- sometimes these options come at a much higher price, require a longer duration and cause serious side effects. A variety of safe, natural, free fatty acids and their monoglyceride derivatives have been reported to exert antibacterial and antimicrobial activity against a wide range of microorganisms, including caprylic acid and its monoglyceride and monocaprylin compounds. These appear to inactivate common mastitis pathogens including Streptococcus agalactiae, Streptococcus dysgalactiae, Streptococcus uberis, Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli. One study found that after treating contaminated milk samples, both caprylic acid and monocaprylin reduced five types of dangerous pathogens, including E. coli just like antibiotics would, without the risk for bacterial mutations developing.

  • Caprylic acid in the effective treatment of intractable medical problems of frequent urination, incontinence, chronic upper respiratory infection, root canalled tooth infection, ALS, etc., caused by asbestos & mixed infections of Candida albicans, Helicobacter pylori & cytomegalovirus with or without other microorganisms & mercury.

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    There are many causes of frequent urination. Whenever water or fluids are consumed, the patient has to urinate within 10 or 20 minutes. Often urinary bladder examinations and blood tests show no significant abnormalities, and treatment by anti-bacterial or anti-viral agents does not improve the symptoms significantly. In intractable frequent urination with difficulty holding urine, as well as other intractable medical problems such as frequent coughing, white pus in gingiva, infection of the apex of a root canalled tooth, slow-healing wounds, and ALS, the authors often found coexisting mixed infections of Candida albicans (C.A.), Helicobacter pylori (H.P.), and Cytomegalovirus (CMV) with or without additional bacterial (Chlamydia trachomatis, etc.) or viral infections and increased Asbestos, with or without Hg deposits. We often found various degrees of mixed infections with C.A., H.P., and CMV in the external sphincters of the urethra and in the Trigone of the urinary bladder which consists of (1) a horizontal, band-like area between the 2 ureter openings and (2) the funnel shaped part of the Trigone at the lower half of the urinary bladder. In the coexistence of significant amounts of C.A., H.P. and CMV, the infection cannot be reduced by otherwise effective medicines for H.P. and CMV. However, one optimal dose of Diflucan, or Caprylic acid taken orally or externally applied, rapidly reduced the symptoms significantly. We found the best treatment is to give a combination of an optimal dose of Caprylic acid orally in the form of "CaprilyCare" or "Caprylic Acid," with a capsule of Omega-3 Fish Oil as an anti-viral agent, Amoxicillin, Substance Z and a Cilantro tablet. We found that an optimal dose of Caprylic acid increases normal cell telomere (NCT) to a desirable 750 ng BDORT units while Diflucan increases NCT by only 25 ng BDORT units, and with Omega-3 fish oil, leads to a mutual cancellation of both drugs. Thus, Caprylic acid is superior to & less expensive than Diflucan, and has potential application for anti-cancer, anti-aging, anti-Alzheimer's disease, anti-Autism, anti-infection, and general circulatory improvement.


    Aside from obtaining caprylic acid from whole food sources, supplements are now becoming more widely available. There is not a nutritional requirement for caprylic acid, so no recommended daily intake has been established. However, health professionals often recommend taking about 500 to 1,000 milligrams, three times a day in capsule form, for optimal results.

    According to National Yeast Infection Organization, caprylic acid in capsules might be more effective compared to capyrlic acid taken in liquid form. The capsules appear to help slowly release the fatty acids into the bloodstream so they effectively make it to the intestinal tract without causing side effects. The recommended dosage for treating yeast infections (interal or external) in adults 18 years and older is 1,000 to 2,000 milligrams per day. It can be taken three times a day about 30 minutes before every meal.

    Alternatively, you can take antifungal supplements like which contains caprylic acid as one of its main ingredients. It is always a good idea to take two or three antifungals at the same time, to prevent the Candida yeast building resistance to any one product. With this in mind, a combination of caprylic acid along with several other antifungals like Oregano oil and Black Walnut.

    You can get your dose of caprylic acid straight from Coconut oil, which contains caprylic acid, lauric acid and capric acid, three potent antifungals that work great in combination. You can start with 1 to 2 tablespoons of coconut oil each morning, then build up your dosage to 5 tablespoons per day if you do not experience any Die-Off symptoms.


    If you are new to taking caprylic acid, start slowly to prevent stomach pains. Taking a 500-milligram capsule once or twice a day is recommended in the beginning, and then increasing the dosage as you feel comfortable for about three to four months until the condition improves. It is believed that slowly increasing the dosage helps yeast die off effectively and will not shock your system into producing even more of an autoimmune reaction.

    You can buy Caprylic Acid in capsules. You should take these capsules with meals, twice daily. These gel capsules are particularly effective because they slow the release of the caprylic acid, allowing its antifungal properties to take effect in your intestinal tract. Studies have shown that when caprylic acid is taken in a liquid form (without the gel capsules), it goes straight to the liver and has little antifungal effect where it is needed.


    Pregnant or breastfeeding women, children and those prone to stomach upsets should not take Caprylic Acid. Caprylic acid may sometimes cause mild gastrointestinal complaints, like nausea or diarrhea. If you are in any doubt, consult your health care practitioner.


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    Also known as octanoic acid, Caprylic Acid is a medium chain fatty acid found naturally in coconuts. Virgin Coconut oil is a natural source of Caprylic Acid and Capric Acid. Caprylic Acid is traditionally used for internal wellness.


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