Policosanol is a mixture of higher aliphatic primary alcohols extracted from plants.

  • Top quality policosanol from pure sugar cane

  • High potency policosanol

  • Vegetable capsule

  • Non GMO

  • No filler (no excipients or other additives)

Dr.K&C Premium Policosanol does NOT use cheap Policosanol material that has been produced from rice bran wax or beeswax material. 

  • Manufactured in a FDA Registered Facility

  • Manufactured in a cGMP Compliant Facility

  • Extensive Quality Assurance Tests



What is policosanol?

Policosanol, as a dietary supplement, is a mixture of alcohol isolated from sugar cane wax.

What are the health benefits?

Policosanol may help to inhibit cholesterol formation in the liver and to increase the breakdown of LDL cholesterol.†

Why Dr.K&C Policosanol?

Product Features

  • 90% Aliphatic alcohols
  • Non GMO
  • Top quality policosanol from sugar cane.

Policosanol source has to come from Cuban sugar cane?

No. The original researches were done on sugar cane from Cuba, and that is why some people want the material from Cuba. Dr.K&C Policosanol uses a policosanol material that is extracted from sugar cane which is what the original research was based upon. There have been other policosanol materials that were NOT extracted from sugar cane that have a differing “cosanol profile.” Policosanol material can be isolated from bee wax or rice bran wax, but there is no guarantee of effectiveness. The bee wax and rice bran wax based material do not have research and do not seem to be effective, but are much cheaper. Dr.K&C Policosanol uses a material that is consistent with research.

Any special precautions and warnings?

  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding: There is not enough clinical research or information to know if policosanol is safe to use when pregnant or breastfeeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use.
  • Bleeding Disorder: Policosanol can slow blood clotting and might increase the chance of extra bleeding. Do not use policosanol or consult your doctor if you have bleeding disorders.
  • Surgery: Policosanol might reduce blood sugar level too low and increase risk of bleeding during or after surgery. Stop using policosanol at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery.