if the droppers are filled with napalm i'm in
Hope he got the oil and guns..then we can go after big pharma xxx
I think I may need both! xxx
Look what you have started NOW my friend!
we are all going to have to get together and have an intervention bringing our droppers filled with LDN as you run screaming for oil and guns!
get off the opiates, try LDN.... it's not a cure but it will lessen brain inflammation to a degree.....
but I am that mad! Just realised that I should stay away from typing anything on here-my poor brain-I just sent hubby down the shop for oil and guns but I meant milk and bread! I'm going away now...!!!
although naltrexone is addictive in standard doses-I just googled naltrexone withdrawal so I'm not that mad-yet!
Yes thanks-I realised after I'd posted the question that they were not the same drug but was interested to find out if they did have any addictive properties,good to hear they haven't! I have to say some of you are far less confused than I am since treatment! I used to be quite bright but my brain seems quite incapable of taking new information on board nowadays.
Exactly what you say. Not addictive at all, not clinically trialled because
there is no money in it.
My very short experience has been a good one.
The inflammation in my body is significantly reduced and my eyesight
improved....Please do keep us posted regarding the avenue you are
exploring. It sounds very promising. Thanks Jonas.
And temgesic contains naloxone to prevent I.v. use
Temgesic contains buprenorphine as active ingredient. It's a selective opioid agonist. Naltrexone is the opposite, it blocks my1 opioid receptors and TLR4 (which helps to normalize immune function).
Why do you think it's addictive? It reduces symptoms that show up after IFN therapy... It's as addictive as aspirin if you ask me...
just realised that buprenorphine is not the same as naltrexone but would still be interested if anybody experiences withdrawals! Thanks guys