Low Dose Naltrexone As A Cancer Treatment
Today I met a girlfriend for some much-needed catch-up time and a quick lunch. My connection with this dear friend just works.
As we quickly settle into catch up time, we both rapidly express the happiness, frustration, stress and worry of life. I was saddened to learn that a friend of my girlfriend is in a battle with cancer.
The word, cancer, causes a plethora of words to swarm through my mind:
- Medical Bills
- Alternative Medication
- Low Dose Naltrexone
I immediately tell her how sorry I am for her friend. There seems there are so many times in life that seems or appears. I realize fairness is not a life guarantee, but there should be a balance.
After I convey my sorrow, I blurt out, Low Dose Naltrexone.
Low Dose Naltrexone as a cancer treatment- alternative medicine.
I go on to explain that the FDA approved Naltrexone in the 1980’s to combat heroin and alcohol addiction. Fortunately, a doctor found that Naltrexone administrated in a small dose may benefit people who battle autoimmune diseases, Parkinson’s, Autism and some cancers.1
Without hesitation, my friend reply’s how do you spell Naltrexone?
I go on to spell, Naltrexone.
My passion for LDN causes me to go immediately into the History of Naltrexone, how Naltrexone is inexpensive, that I am excited there seems to be expanded interest in Low Dose Naltrexone.
Quizzically, my friend asks me where do I purchase my Low Dose Naltrexone.
I reply, McGuff Pharmaceuticals located in Santa Ana.
I go on to explain that it does matters where a person purchases their Low Dose Naltrexone. Not all compounders are the equal, and a person needs to be sure their Low Dose Naltrexone is of high quality.
Time quickly escapes our conversation, and it is time to move on with the afternoon.
Thank you, J for lunch. I hope Low Dose Naltrexone helps your friend.
You can read more about Low Dose Naltrexone, HERE.
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