Can You Make Your Own Ultra Low Dose LDN?
Could the pharmacist reframe the rather extreme caution on do-it-yourself LDN using low rising in water and other forms due to measuring and stability made a few times a week or stable? Well, first of all, there's no way, there's no way to take a 50-milligram tablet and make a microdose. You can't. I mean, the dilution would be huge. Even if you're a math whiz and I just don't do it, just don't do it. It's not worth it. It is with the very specific equipment, very specialized scientific equipment, that we use in all of our compounding labs, and if and if we're having to be very, very, very, very, very careful how we make micro-dosing, there's no, you I don't know how you're going to be able to do it because you don't know if that tablet is 45 milligrams 46 and a half 47, 49, 50, 53.
I mean you just don't know. There's just no way mathematically that you're gonna start with a commercially available tablet and you're gonna have a hard, I mean, you just can't. You can't make micro-dosing out of it. It's not possible. Even making a low doses is nearly impossible. The worst day of the month for us is when we make ultra dose LDN the ULDN because it's the most stressful thing of the month. The slightest problem and you completely messed it up, and you get liters and liters and meters of LDN to destroy safely. It's not something that can be done at home. And now you know. Absolutely not.