Chronic pain shows up in many forms. Fibromyalgia, complex regional pain syndrome, multiple sclerosis, all sort of colitis and cancer, among other diseases, can be debilitating and agonizing. Historically, patients have had little recourse for addressing their suffering. Then about 35 years ago a discovery was made about the pain relieving properties of a drug that had previously only been used for opiate withdrawal. It’s called naltrexone and, while its original indication was for helping heroin addicts quit, as it turns out, in low doses, it can have some dramatic analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects, improving symptoms that other pain relievers can’t touch.
It’s also been shown to be an effective treatment for depression, anxiety and other forms of mental illness. More recently, low dose naltrexone or LDN protocols are being combined with CBD and other cannabinoids for treating pain, associated with cancer of the breast, and with a nutrient, called alpha lipoic acid, for liver and pancreatic cancer.
Because now trek sown is a generic drug and there’s not a lot of profit to be made, it’s not really studied or advertised much and most physicians remain unaware of its impressive anti pain benefits. So, if you’re dealing with a chronic disease or an intractable pain issue and you want to explore low dose naltrexone therapy you’ll probably have to educate your doctor yourself tell them you want to try a prescription for generic now trek sown and find a compounding pharmacy that can create a dose and fill in dispensed and LDN protocol specifically for you.
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