Category Archives: Autoimmune

No Comments on Preparing Low Dose Naltrexone at Home

Supplies Needed
•    50 mg tabs of naltrexone
•    5  ml syringe or graduated baby medicine dropper
•    4 oz amber glass jar with a tight fitting lid
•    Distilled water

Order your supply of 50mg Naltrexone tablets.  You can convert a 50mg tablet into low dose naltrexone (LDN) simply and easily...

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6 Comments on LDN: Beyond Autoimmune Barriers

Although once discouraged by the medical community, taking a low dose of naltrexone is taking on a new wave of followers. So why are the more recent “off-label” applications of LDN’s use in treating various disorders creating quite a stir? The main three uses that seem to be catching most attention are as a treatment for Multiple Sclerosis, Crohn’s disease and Fibromyalgia.
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