Being on Low Dose Naltrexone 6

To us, one of the most amazing things about Low Dose Naltrexone is this – almost unbelievable!

Actually, there’s no such thing as “Low Dose Naltrexone,” Low Dose Naltrexone isn’t a medication – “Low Dose Naltrexone” is short for “taking only low doses of Naltrexone,” i.e. taking doses 5 or 6 or 7 or 8 percent the size of the 50mg tablets Naltrexone usually come in. But, surprisingly, astonishingly, it’s been discovered that taking small doses like this each day can result in huge benefits, a discovery which is being talked about as perhaps the greatest medical breakthrough in the history of mankind, greater than the other four great medical breakthroughs – in fact, you never take larger doses as taking larger doses is counter productive.

AND, this is the amazing bit – 50mg tablets can be bought from India by anyone for $2.50 each, so being on Low Dose Naltrexone can be costing less than 33 cents a day! And without the involvement of any doctors or pharmacists.

No wonder the big Pharmaceutical companies are fighting it tooth and nail – perhaps being assisted by governments around the world to whom the Pharmaceutical companies make substantial donations..

But there is a problem. It’s quite difficult, if not impossible, to cut the 50mg tablets into smaller pieces that are of equal size, and that they be of equal size is important. Two solutions to the problem have been suggested, one being that the tablets are dissolved in distilled water, and taken in liquid form, and the other being that the tablets are ground into powder, which makes the dividing into equal parts easier. BUT, we have become aware of the fact that someone who was doing this latter for people has received threats from the Australian Health Care Professionals Regulation Authority, AHPRA!!!!!

The tablets being dissolved in distilled water and taken in liquid form is a suggested solution of which we have only just become aware, and about which we’re trying to learn more ourselves.

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