Nansy was suffering from the deleterious effects of multiple sclerosis, she found the off-label drug Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN), and experienced a dramatic reduction of symptoms. Her doctors were skeptical: the result didn’t fit in with their world view of expensive, high-side-effect-laden treatments. This is one story from ‘Norwegian LDN Documentary.’
This YouTube documentary is an episode of the Norwegian television program “Vårt lille land” (“Our Small Country”). English subtitles are included. In a very short 22 minutes the film covers a lot of territory. We get an outline of the drug’s history, its use in treating autoimmune disorders, the struggles patients experience securing a prescription for it—and the life-changing help LDN provides.
LDN is a global people’s movement. There are websites, Facebook groups, books, and videos—and even an internet radio program—devoted to the drug and its value. This brief documentary is a perfect introduction. You may find more information about LDN via LDNinfo.org and LDNResearchTrust.org
Here’s the film’s link
Note: Author Julia Schopick and I met on Facebook. She shared her book, Honest Medicine, with me. In it I discovered Low Dose Naltrexone. Julia and I are working on a book devoted exclusively to LDN.
(Pictured: Dr. Edmond O’Flaherty, MICGP)