“…a clarion call for further research that could help millions more”

It has been discovered that Naltrexone, the ‘off-label’ drug developed to treat alcohol and opioid addiction, can also be effective at treating a wide range of other conditions when administered in very small doses. Low Dose Naltrexone or LDN, has proven to be effective at treating ailments as diverse as multiple sclerosis, lupus, thyroiditis, inflammatory bowel disease and various cancers as well as autism spectrum disorder, chronic fatigue and depression. Yet this safe, cheap drug still languishes in medical obscurity.

Linda Elsegood’s excellent ‘The LDN Book’ offers a straight forward overview of Naltrexone, its discovery and mechanism, along with more in-depth scientific information for medical professionals.