Should Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) Be Used Everyday for Cancer? 

LDN Specialist
LDN Specialists Dr. Sam Lebsock and Pharmacist Michelle Moser

Should Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) Be Used Everyday for Cancer? 

Should a patient with metastatic cancer (who is not taking any CBD) take LDN daily? This patient reports increasing from 1.5 to 4.5 milligrams over six weeks.  

The patient is not using any cancer drugs following radiotherapy.  The patient should use LDN every day.  Either in the morning or night. Whatever is best for the patient and they should continue to take that indefinitely.  Dr Paul Anderson and Dr. Dalgleish have quite a bit of information written about the use of LDN and cancer.   Dr Dalgleish has done an enormous amount of research of CBD LDN in cancer.  There is a talk about cycling LDN where you take it for  three or four days and then off for three days and then back and forth.  

Dr Anderson talked about that but also talked about how to reduce those cancer cells especially the metastatic cancer cells.  You need  LDN there but also in conjunction with very good Full Spectrum CBD, preferably from a professional source.  Check to be sure it is free of toxins. 

There is a book titled, Cancer.  Dr. Anderson has a different approach to his practice and others watch him but are amazed at the success stores.  Also, Nasha Winters has a very good book, too, which is the metabolic approach to cancer.