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Holistic medical doctors are finding consistency in using a laughably small dose of this alternative compounded medicine showing to dissolve Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis, thyroid, hashimotos, graves disease, nervous disorders, HIV, autoimmune diseases, chrones and others. Under the physician’s keen observation, they are tricking the body,

The way Naltrexone works is fascinating. David Gluck, MD, editor of  ldninfo.org, Board-certified specialist in both Internal Medicine and Preventive Medicine said, “The brief blockade of opioid receptors between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m. that is caused by taking LDN (low dose Naltrexone) at bedtime each night is believed to produce a prolonged up-regulation of vital elements of the immune system by causing an increase in endorphin and enkephalin production.”

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The low dose, under doctor observation, completely removes symptoms in most situations he says. It doesn’t work for 100% of patients. The FDA approved Naltrexone at 50 mg but they are finding it to be most effective at very small doses like 1.5-3 mg, titrating up even though that small dose is not FDA approved. For more information go to LDNinfo.org, a no frills, just the facts site loaded with information but not aesthetics as it was put out by a doctor, not a web designer and marketing company.

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en.wikipedia.org

Dr. Gluck says Naltrexone was originally approved by the FDA as a means for, “Helping heroin or opium addicts, by blocking the effect of such drugs. By blocking opioid receptors, Naltrexone also blocks the reception of the opioid hormones that our brain and adrenal glands produce: beta-endorphin and metenkephalin. Many body tissues have receptors for these endorphins and enkephalins, including virtually every cell of the body’s immune system.”

In the book The Promise Of Low Dose Naltrexone Therapy Dr. Yash Pal Agrawahl from Cornell University says, “If LDN works by preventing oxidative damage – and oxidative damage is central to many disease conditions – then it is conceivable that LDN could be effective in a variety of disorders.”

Author and Toxicologist Elaine Moore says, “Along with Dr. Jill Smith, (Dr.) Zagan conducted a pilot clinical trial of LDN in Chrone’s disease that resulted in benefits for 89 percent of the subjects who received the drug.”

In Up A Creek With A Paddle, Mary Bradely says, “As a board-certified specialist in both Internal Medicine and Preventive Medicine for many years, I see LDN to be one of the most significant therapeutic studies in fifty years. It is unique in its ability to induce the body to strengthen its own potent anti-disease resource, the immune system.”

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The NIH recently reported, “We observed a significantly greater reduction of baseline pain in those taking low-dose Naltrexone.” They further add, “No serious side effects were reported.” However, observed more testing needs to be done before approval.

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