Can Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) be added to oral rehydration salt solution?
My next question is can, low dose naltrexone (LDN) be incorporated into the who oral rehydration salt solution to calm inflammation in the GI tract? It's a bit of an unusual question, and I think from a pharmacological point of view there'll be nothing to stop you putting healthy into LDN into oral rehydration salts. But I think that's there's a much wider question there, I'm guessing a little bit to do with licensing and having to do a study, etc. So I think from a one person, if you had someone who had inlammation in the GI tract and you wanted to give them oral rehydration salts, then you should put LDN in that
Answered by LDN Specialist Pharmacist Stephen Dickson