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GSE Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)- For Autoimmune Diseases, Cancer, AIDS?HIV, COPD and More

What is Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)?

- Immune regulator for Auto-Immune Diseases + Cancer, AIDS, COPD and the common cold

Prescribed “off-label”, Low Dose Naltrexone (generic name) is a prescription drug given at unconventionally low doses showing great promise in treating autoimmune diseases - including central nervous system disorders, cancer and HIV/AIDS.

–   Naltrexone is a pharmacologically active opioid antagonist usually used to treat drug and alcohol addictions – an FDA approved drug for over two decades, it is normally used at doses of 50 -300mg.

–   At low doses (3 - 4.5 mg) researchers found Naltrexone has immuno-modulating properties - that may be able to successfully treat cancer malignancies and a range of autoimmune diseases E.g. RA, M.S., Parkinson's, fibromyalgia, Crohn's disease. Dr. Jacquelyn McCandless even found LDN to have a positive effect on autistic children.

–   Low cost

–   Appears virtually free of detrimental side effects

–    Few physicians are aware of this usage of LDN and at a price of ~$15-45 / month, it is not backed by big Pharma.

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