Is Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) Helpful for Arthritis?
LDN for arthritis. Is it helpful? If so, what does it do, and how would you dose it? LDN is excellent for arthritis pain inflammation. Normally it's a dose of around 4.5 mg like Michelle said. Normally we do a taper up, you know, for any type of side effect situations, but I've seen some amazing things where plumbers have barely been able to move their hands, and then they start taking LDN, and all of a sudden, they're gaining function back in their hands where they didn't. They had arthritis for so many years. So yes, 100 for LDN for arthritis is a miracle worker.