Primary Application
For what
Mental Health and Nervous
Immune and Lymphatic
For whom
Naltrexone is a medication that is used conventionally in the treatment of opiate addiction. In low dose naltrexone therapy (LDN), though, it is used to treat a wide range of autoimmune diseases and is commonly used in cancer therapy as well. LDN is an immune modulator and so is indicated in any conditions characterized by an imbalanced immune response. The physiological effect of LDN is to increase the production of endorphins, which are the body's natural "feel good" molecules. In this way, LDN can also have a positive impact on depression and general wellbeing.

Aug 10, 2022
How do we dose this so it becomes low dose ( LdN).
Hi Chiara, in general ICs usually act as low-dose substances, therefore you can use it as usual, with no additional repeats - for example, just 2 minutes transfer with Glowing IC Pad.
Oct 12, 2021
Since this is an IC and LDN when taken orally can be measured in order for the recommended daily dose to be accurate, how do you recommend this to be used and taken? Thanks for adding it!
Hi Nina, currently, it is unclear what would be the formula of the dosage and whether this applies to ICs. So far we had reports that when transferring ICs for a longer time (with Glowing IC Pad set 2-3 repeats), the effect is stronger. Drinking water more often increases the effect. We suggest at least 3 times a day for the same IC or Complex, taking at least 50ml (2oz) of water each time.
Sep 24, 2021
in my practice there is a very short list of pharmaceutical products I recommend without reservation. LDN is one of them. I have used it with nearly all cancer patients, LUPUS patients, RSD patients, Lyme patients, etc. I have seen it allow a 10 year, chronic severe pain, 80% bedridden patient to get her life back and go on to start a family. I literally cannot say enough good about LDN
Hi Tracey, thank you very much for the information!
Oct 21, 2021
Tracey Holekamp, I also use it in my practice with great success. I usually prescribe it to be used at night before bed So I was wondering whether you have used this for your patients at all (the IC version) and how did that compare? In terms of the IC, would you use it at night as indicated with the chemical version, or do you think the daily dosage schedule would work just as well?
Oct 22, 2021
Stephanie Thomas, I have not had the same success with the IC that I have had with the script
Jan 27, 2022
Tracey Holekamp, thank you for sharing. I have multiple sclerosis and started LDN last night. I normally don't like pharmaceuticals and so was feeling very hesitant but your comment sure did make me feel more confident. Thank you!
Jan 27, 2022
Michelle , wonderful to hear! I wish you well!
Aug 29, 2021
Len is used successfully for cancer etc but it is very helpful for complex regional pain disorder and most recently is showing to help lingering covid symptoms that stretch on for 6 months
Hi Mary, thank you very much for the additional information!
Mar 23, 2021
this one is not to be underappreciated! enjoy enjoy enjoy
May 17, 2021
Matt Sena, how much would you take at once
May 17, 2021
Beverley Cox, since autoimmune conditions are so common nowdays, I think Naltrexone has great potential. But I wouldn't know how to dose this IC, besides encouraging high "doses" since it seems the body only uses what it can use well with an IC. just my opinion from someone without a serious condition.