Monthly Archives: December 2018
We’ve set out below another remarkable Low Dose Naltrexone story from Linda Elsegood’s book – from a Californian doctor, Dr Jill Cottell.
We have set out below Linda Elsegood’s introduction to her book – no wonder she’s such an enthusiast for Low Dose Naltrexone and appears to be devoting her life to spreading the Low Dose Naltrexone message! (No doubt we’re breaking all … Continue reading
There are various YouTube videos in which, Linda Elsegood, the author of “The LDN book,” tells her remarkable story.
We have recently become aware of this book:- and these reviews on it. A note on its author/editor. For more on it, use this link. You would think that if there was any widespread interest in Australia in Low Dose … Continue reading
It’s said that there are “over 60 hormones, 10 main neurotransmitters, over 20 endorphins and thousands of other chemicals” in our bodies, which, if they are “normal and working well,” help us to live healthy, happy and effective lives, free … Continue reading
Low Dose Naltrexone is claimed to have beneficial effects when used to treat patients with any of the nearly 60 diseases listed in this post, for instance. How is this effectiveness explained? Not in terms of it fighting any of … Continue reading
It’s said that over 300,000 people worldwide are taking LDN on a daily basis. But, if it’s as good as its claimed, why aren’t there 300 million? Possible explanations? Firstly. Normally, when it’s thought that a new medication may have … Continue reading
If you’ve become convinced that taking Low Dose Naltrexone as a “preventative measure” might be a good idea, the next step is getting to know how to do it. You’d think this was easy – just taking tiny amounts of … Continue reading
A contribution from one of our readers:- Apparently it’s not only the cost of doctors and hospitals, but medications too. We heard once from some one who makes a study of these things, that pills that sell for $1,200 each … Continue reading
Everything about Low dose Naltrexone seems extraordinary. Firstly because it’s said to have “beneficial effects” for those with 59 different diseases – see the list below taken from the lowdosenaltrexone.org website. (Not by fighting these diseases itself, but by making … Continue reading