Low Dose Naltrexone, aka LDN, is a term given to daily dosage of naltrexone that amount to 10% or less of the dosage typically associated with opioid addiction treatment. Most commonly, the dosage is approximately up to 5mg. You’ll need a prescription to have the dosages compounded at a compounding pharmacy for Low Dose Naltrexone. Naltrexone is known to exhibit properties that can be termed paradoxical, to say the least, with low dosage. This includes anti-inflammatory effects and analgesia. These properties weren’t reported in cases of larger dosages.
Numerous studies have shown LDN to be beneficial for people who are afflicted by symptoms of immune system dysfunction. More studies are also being conducted currently to find out how effective it can be in treating a broader range of conditions associated with auto-immune illnesses. LDN is commonly used in combination with other traditional prescription medications to treat such conditions, with the notable exception of narcotics.
ANY STRENGTH 0.5 - 4.5MG
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STORAGE CONDITIONS 2-8°C/20-25°C
UP TO 4.5MG/ML
ANY STRENGTH 0.5MG-4.5MG
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LDN Compounding is widely recognized as a safe medication. Aside from reporting vivid dreams and interrupted sleep, we would say that the side effects of LDN are quite tame. Moreover, whatever side effects do pop up, tend to decline rapidly over time. However, it is important to remember that LDN is compatible with all prescription medications except narcotics. LDN can cause withdrawal symptoms if taken in conjunction with narcotics.
People afflicted with Hashimoto’s disease need to practice caution with LDN. It can cause a rapid decline in auto-immune antibodies. If this does happen, then the person may require to lower intake of thyroid replacement medication to counter the side effects.
You can order low dose naltrexone from MediLab’s compounding pharmacy in the following Florida regions: