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PostPosted: Sat Jan 02, 2016 7:57 pm 
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Hi. I was wondering if you can use LDN to lower tolerance or do like a quick one day rapid tolerance. Wierd question i know. Im currently taking 4mg a day. Also, I know LDN does incredible stuff for the immune system etc. Is it possible the naloxone in suboxone does anything to that effect? Thanks!


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To my experience I've taken naltrexone while having subs in my system due to dr. Stupidity telling me it'd be ok after 24 hrs no sub. Well it sent me into precipitated withdrawal which was the worst crap I've ever felt. But after 24 hours it felt more like the flu of course I freaked b4 naltrexone was out my system fully and went back to dr. The day after about 72 hours I woke up feeling great but still took sub. And yes my tolerance was lower but I only took 25 mg of naltrexone which was enough to rock my world. I was doing between 6 to 8 mg a day sub. You may be okay with a really really low dose while on sub but risky. The Naloxone is only in the sub to stop people from shooting it. Naloxone really doesn't work unless it's injected. Hope I helped. I'm actually done with subs tomorrow and am doing the naltrexone to speed it up I'm 2 mg sub now last one today. I know it's horrible but banking on the day I woke up feeling good and clean after the craziness.


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