Low Dose Naltrexone
What Is LDN?
Naltrexone is a drug that is classified as a opiate antagonist. It has been FDA-approved for treating people suffering from drug addiction, such as heroin and morphine because it successfully works to block opioid receptors and the absorption of the opioid.
How Does It Work?
The process at which causes LDN to produce results of improvement includes the following:
- Activates an increased endorphin release
- These endorphins modulate the immune response
- Reduces the speed of unwanted and harmful cell growth
- Antagonises “TLR,” suppressing cytokine modulated immune system
- Antagonists TLR-mediated production of NF-kB – reducing inflammation, potentially down regulating oncogenes
Who is a Candidate?
- Certain cancers
- Auto-immune diseases
- Central Nervous System disorders
If you are interested in learning more about the revolutionary benefits of LDN treatment, please call 509-747-7066 to schedule a consultation.