I’ve been taking low-dose Naltrexone for several months. Within 2 days, it made a massive difference to a shoulder rotator cuff inflammation (probably auto-immune driven), which had me in severe pain for 4 months following half a year of problems. The shoulder continued to improve
Whether low-dose Naltrexone works for Long COVID, I cannot say, but I’d bet it does.
2022-10-25. Emphasis added.
Claudia Ann Christian, a greatly successful American actress, suffered from alcohol addiction for over a decade. She felt that something else was controlling her, as if she was not in the “driver’s seat.”
She spent a fortune trying to find a cure in vain. Then she discovered Naltrexone and was able to overcome her alcoholism after using a single dose.
....people discovered that low-dose naltrexone (LDN) can also be used to treat other illnesses.
Due to the pandemic, long COVID and COVID vaccine-related syndromes have become a major health concern in society.
In addition to Ivermectin, research has discovered that low-dose naltrexone might be a good treatment for long COVID and vaccine injuries.
Low-Dose Naltrexone (LDN) Might Treat Cancer
Scientists have found that aside from its original application in treating drug addiction, naltrexone, in small doses, can be used for treating four other common diseases.
...Treating Multiple Sclerosis...
LDN May Improve Long COVID Symptoms
...Six of the seven parameters measured had improved, including a significant recovery from long COVID-induced discomforts of daily activities, energy, pain, attention, and sleep disturbances.
LDN Helps Fibromyalgia Symptoms
One study found that 30 percent of people who have long COVID suffer from fibromyalgia.
Fibromyalgia is a state of increased microglial cell activity and inflammation in the central nervous system. Once activated, these cells produce pro-inflammatory factors that lead to symptoms such as pain hypersensitivity and fatigue.
LDN Helps Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Chronic fatigue syndrome is also a common problem with long COVID.
...LDN Acts Stimulates Endorphin Production...
...LDN Modulates the OGFr Axis Pathway...
...LDN Decreases Pro-inflammatory Cytokines, Increases Anti-Inflammatory Factors...
LDN and Spike Protein Injuries
At least two-thirds of the world’s population has received COVID-19 vaccines, in which spike protein is the main ingredient.
There have been at least 1,200 scientific studies on the cellular, tissue, and organ-level damages brought about by spike proteins.
The most important pathological mechanisms are the following:
Spike protein induces inflammatory responses and activates the monocytes in almost every organ of the body.
Most notably, it involves the brain (brain fog, dementia, mood disorders, psychiatric abnormalities), heart, and endocrine system. These can be life-threatening.
Spike proteins can decrease NK cells and inhibit their activity, and reactivate latent viruses, further inhibiting the immune system, thus creating a vicious cycle.
Theoretically speaking, LDN can alleviate systemic inflammatory and neuroinflammatory diseases by inhibiting various inflammatory factors and reducing the body’s reaction to inflammations.
LDN inhibits the activation of microglia in the nervous system and reduces the toxic effects of reactive oxygen species and other potentially neuroexcitatory and neurotoxic chemical production. Thus, it can protect the brain and nerve cells.
Based on previous dosing experience, patients could theoretically start with a small dose, slowly increasing it—starting with doses of 0.5 to 1.5 milligrams per day up to a maximum dose of 4.5 milligrams.
LDN’s Multiple Treatment Potential Brings Hope
Once the body’s natural self-regulatory mechanisms are disrupted by external drugs, viruses, and toxins, disorders may occur, such as addiction, COVID-19, or COVID vaccine injury.
WIND: I’m not signed up for all these benefits, but I’ve seen ZERO side effects from LDN, and that’s good enough for me. And it ended 4 months of severe pain for me.