• Discover the Benefits of
  • LOW DOSE NALTREXONE
  • LDN Delivered to your door
  • Licensed Medical Doctor in your State
  • Licensed Pharmacy
  • Convenient Video Consultation
  • Access Autoimmune lab testing

Getting LDN Is Easy

Request a Video Consultation

Get invited to a Video chat with a Medical Doctor

Answer questions, book appointment

Video chat with Doctor

Arrange shipment with Pharmacy

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Low-Dose Naltrexone (LDN)?

Naltrexone is a medication that was approved in the 19080s by the FDA to treat drug and alcohol addiction.  It works by blocking opioid receptors.  It was found that at much lower doses than those used to treat addiction, it could have a positive effect on the immune system.

To read more about LDN, visit http://www.lowdosenaltrexone.org

What is LDN used for?

Naltrexone is currently only FDA approved for Alcoholism and Opioid Addiction.  However, like many medications, Naltrexone at low doses is uses “off-label” for many conditions.

LDN has been reported to be possibly helpful with:

  • Fibromyalgia/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Autoimmune conditions (Colitis, Lupus, Rheumatoid Arthritis, etc…)
  • Cancers of many types
  • Infectious diseases (HIV, Lyme, etc…)

For a more comprehensive list, visit www.lowdosenaltrexone.org

How is LDN used?

LDN is taken by mouth – usually either capsule or liquid form.  Dosing ranges from 0.5 to 4.5mg at bedtime.

How can I get LDN?

Since LDN is a prescription medication, you need a prescription from a licensed medical doctor.  This website allows you to video conference with a medical doctor and obtain a prescription, if appropriate.  The prescription will need to be sent to a compounding pharmacy of your choice and would be dispensed just like any other medication.

Who can video conference with the doctor/get a prescription?

Must be 18 years and older.

  1. Labwork can be ordered by almost anybody in the USA – but selection will vary by State
  2. Video consultation is available to residents of States where our doctors are licensed (we are adding States all the time, so please check back or Contact Us so we can let you known)

NOW AVAILABLE:
Alabama
Arizona
Colorado
Georgia
Hawaii
Illinois
Indiana
Kansas
Louisiana
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Nevada
New York
North Carolina
Ohio
Oregon
Pennsylvania
South Carolina
Texas
Utah
Virginia
Washington state
Wisconsin

Coming Very Soon (by end of 2017):
California
Connecticut
Florida
Iowa
Maryland
Missouri
Tennessee

How do I know if I have an Auto-immune disease?

Only a medical doctor can diagnose disease.  However, you can do your own research by checking your blood for markers auto-antibodies and other biomarkers.  You can order these directly from this site here.