Sublingual LDN Drops?

Ask Larry:
Your Question: Do you compound LDN (Low Dose Naltrexone Hydrochloride) sublingual drops?
I have been taking one 3mg pill at bedtime for 10 years. The last 5+ years I have had increasing stomach and gastro issues. When I stop the LDN pills, those side effects seem to be much less of an issue in a matter of a few days.
I was going to ask my doctor to prescribe the drops instead and wanted to ask you, what would be comparable to the 3mg or maybe 3.5mg pill if it were in the sublingual drop and how he should prescribe?
Larry’s Response: Naltrexone Hydrochloride is soluble in water and has a decent shelf life – around 60 days. And, it tastes…

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