Low Dose Naltrexone Compounding Pharmacy in Mesa, Arizona

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Addressing pain and autoimmune conditions with non-opioid alternative, Low Dose Naltrexone

More people are discovering Low-Dose Naltrexone, or LDN, compounding as an alternative to opioid medications for addressing pain as well as a variety of other potential uses such as  autoimmune diseases and inflammation.

LDN isn’t available in commercial pharmacies and must be obtained through a compounding pharmacy. Arizona practitioners work with pharmacists at Community Clinical Pharmacy to provide patients with compounded medications that cater to their needs.

Let’s explore LDN compounding and its potential.

LDN Compounding: Studies & Potential Benefits

Naltrexone, when given at a low dose, has presented antagonistic activity in both central release of natural opiates by opiate receptors and the immune system’s toll-like receptors (TLRs). LDN is able to modify biological functions of these receptor groups by suppressing unwanted immune reactions, or by stimulating disease-suppressed immune activity.

Source: LDN Research Trust

Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) is a customized dose of naltrexone. Over decades of research, use of naltrexone in lower doses has grown in popularity with prescribers, as side effects have been shown to be minimal with many finding relief after years struggling to find solutions.

A vast array of potential benefits have been unlocked that may be the answer to many peoples’ challenges with symptoms of several conditions, especially with pain management and autoimmune issues.

What are the Possibilities?

According to the LDN Research Trust, Low Dose Naltrexone has grown to address many conditions thanks to its anti-inflammatory nature. Below is a non-exhaustive list:

    • Heart Diseases
    • Chronic Pain
    • Skin Diseases
    • Ears, Nose, Sinus, Throat
    • Endocrine Diseases
    • Gastrointestinal Diseases
    • Blood Marrow Disorders
    • Hepatology
    • Immunology 
    • Cancers
    • Neurological Diseases
    • Eye Diseases
    • Pediatric Diseases
    • Arthritis and Autoimmune Disorders
    • Sleep Disorders
    • Vasculitis
    • Animals and LDN
    • Women’s Health

“LDN is most commonly being used for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, multiple sclerosis, myalgic encephalopathy, autoimmune thyroid diseases, and various cancers. Many autoimmune diseases seem to respond to LDN.”

Source: LDN Research Trust

Related Studies

Compounded LDN has been explored and studied for so many uses, and further study could still reveal more.

An August 2020 Systemic Review has found that LDN has shown promise to reduce symptoms related to chronic pain, fibromyalgia, inflammatory bowel conditions, and multiple sclerosis.

A June 2020 LDN Compounding study suggests that LDN may delay tumor progression of colorectal cancer and promote cancer cell death.

A May 2020 study suggests that LDN benefits more than 30 disease states and that it fights the effects of a malfunctioning immune system and chronic inflammations, including nervous system inflammation.

Compounded LDN in Mesa, AZ: Where & How

Community Clinical Compounding Pharmacy based in Mesa, AZ works with medical practitioners around Arizona, especially in East Valley cities like Chandler, Tempe, Gilbert.

Prescribers interested in working with Community Clinical can find more information here:
Health Care Provider Resources – Mesa, Chandler, Tempe, Gilbert

Community Clinical Pharmacy can help with providing non-opioid options for pain management, autoimmune and more through LDN Compounding as well as other compounded solutions such as allergen-free medications and any hormone consultations.

Find out more by asking our pharmacists.

When in doubt, contact one of our knowledgeable pharmacists at Community Clinical Pharmacy. We are here to offer you solutions and assist you in making informed decisions about your health. Contact us with comments, questions, or pharmacy related topics you’d like to know more about. And, as always, stay healthy!


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If you have any questions, or would like to learn more about your options when it comes to hormone replacement, please call Community Clinical Pharmacy and we can consult with you and your physician to find the best solution.

We serve the East Valley Metro Area including Mesa, Chandler, Gilbert, and surrounding areas.


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