About Low-dose Naltrexone

Low-dose Naltrexone is the use of Naltrexone in low doses to block endorphin receptors for a few hours, usually while sleeping. This causes a chain reaction in which the body produces extra endorphins to make up for the block.

This extra production of endorphins appears to be important in improving immune function and stimulating repair of the mucosa layer in the intestines [1].
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