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LOW DOSE NALTREXONE

How Naltrexone Works

As of 2016, LDN is most commonly being used for Chronic Fatigue, Multiple Sclerosis,

Myelagic Encephalopathy, autoimmune thyroid diseases and various cancers. Many

autoimmune diseases seem to respond to LDN.

This is a wide range of diseases and many clinicians will find it difficult to understand how

one drug can have a positive effect on all these pathologies.

The first thing to understand is that Naltrexone – the drug in LDN – comes in a 50:50 mixture

of 2 different shapes (called isomers). It has been recently discovered that one particular

shape binds to immune cells, whilst the other shape binds to opioid receptors.

Although consisting of exactly the same components, the two isomers appear to have

different biological activity

SOME DISEASES THAT LDN IS USED TO TREAT.

This list is not exhaustive and patients are

directed to the LDN Research Trust website for

more information www.ldnresearchtrust.org/

conditions.


Autoimmune Hepatitis

Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Multiple Sclerosis

CFS/ME

Lyme Disease

Hashimoto’s

Grave’s

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)

Parkinson’s Disease

Diabetes Type I

Vitiligo

Scleroderma

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