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HEY Doc, good medical article

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have you read this? sounds very interesting . . . ,

https://media.mercola.com/ImageServer/P ... ts-pdf.pdf
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I've been using Low Dose Naltrexone for several years, and use it for CoVid during the 'cytokine storm' phase. It has many other applications due to its anti-inflammatory properties. It also blocks the over-active 'food-reward' pathways some people have, so if combined with the antidepressant/anti-addictive bupropion, it also help some people dramatically with weight loss.

The only folks who can't really use it are those on pain meds (opioid type), because it blocks the pain-relief effect.

The other non-FLCCC thing I use is nebulizer glutathione.

I think both are beginning to appear in the FLCCC protocols as 'options' though.
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AJMD429 wrote:
Mon Nov 22, 2021 1:38 pm
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I've been using Low Dose Naltrexone for several years, and use it for CoVid during the 'cytokine storm' phase. It has many other applications due to its anti-inflammatory properties. It also blocks the over-active 'food-reward' pathways some people have, so if combined with the antidepressant/anti-addictive bupropion, it also help some people dramatically with weight loss.

The only folks who can't really use it are those on pain meds (opioid type), because it blocks the pain-relief effect.

The other non-FLCCC thing I use is nebulizer glutathione.

I think both are beginning to appear in the FLCCC protocols as 'options' though.
Thanks Doc. How cool that you are using it! I found the writeup fascinating and well done. Glad you are on top of all this stuff. I thought the microdosing info was very interesting. I do something like that with seasick meds when i'm on the ocean..... †
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