Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)

Experience a revolutionary approach to wellness with ACRx Specialty Pharmacy's Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) solutions. LDN is gaining recognition for its potential in various therapeutic applications, and our expert compounding pharmacists are at the forefront, crafting personalized formulations tailored to your specific health needs.

At ACRx, we understand the unique benefits that Low Dose Naltrexone can offer. Our compounding specialists utilize advanced techniques to create customized LDN medications, ensuring precision, effectiveness, and patient comfort. Whether addressing chronic pain, autoimmune disorders, or other health concerns, ACRx is your trusted partner in harnessing the therapeutic potential of Low Dose Naltrexone.

Discover a new frontier in wellness with ACRx Specialty Pharmacy – your go-to source for personalized LDN solutions. Our commitment to patient-centric care ensures that your health goals are met with precision and excellence. Explore the transformative benefits of compounded medications crafted for you at ACRx, where expertise meets innovation in personalized healthcare.

Low Dose Naltrexone, or LDN, is a non-toxic drug that helps to reduce pain and inflammation and is typically used to treat a wide range of diseases, including cancer, chronic pain, and autoimmune issues.

LDN is administered externally and works by binding to the body’s natural opioid receptors. In the process of doing this, it displaces the endorphins already attached. LDN only binds to these receptors for a short time, encouraging the production and sensitivity of the receptors, which in turn increases OGF production.

As your body metabolizes the LDN, the new endorphins produced during the rebound effect are able to interact and engage with your body’s receptors, helping to regulate the growth and immunity of your cells. Many people wonder what the Low Dose Naltrexone adverse effects might be, but LDN is a pure inhibitor, which means it has no narcotic effects on the patient.

Conditions to be treated



This is a microgram dosing that is administered twice a day

Very Low Dose

This category is used for daily doses that are between 0.1 and 0.5mg

Low Dose

This category refers to doses that are under 4.5mg

Moderate Dose

A moderate dose is for those doses less than 25mg

High Dose

This category refers to daily amounts over 50mg

Types of LDN



Sublingual Drops

Cream and Lotion

Eye Drops


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