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A pharmacy in Canada that ships Naltrexone...

Postby LDNAwareAdvocate » Sat Mar 27, 2010 11:20 pm

Hey guys!

I just found out there is a pharmacy in Manitoba, Canada that sells naltrexone tablets without a prescription. Their name is River Pharmacy. This is legitiment. One would need to dilute the tablet in distilled water and have a syringe/dropper to draw out the necessary amount. Their prices seem pretty reasonable. A ten month supply runs around $85. Here's their link: https://www.riverpharmacy.com/drugInfor ... dient=1250

I got this information from one of my Facebook groups that contacted this pharmacy over the phone. I usually do not promote a pharmacy, but I believe this is important. People who are not able to get a prescrription from their doctor can go here.
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Re: A pharmacy in Canada that ships Naltrexone...

Postby NHE » Sun Mar 28, 2010 2:45 am

LDNAwareAdvocate wrote:One would need to dilute the tablet in distilled water and have a syringe/dropper to draw out the necessary amount.


Great idea, but do you have any knowledge of how stable it is after it's been solubilized? For example, granted it's a protein so it's a little different, my Avonex comes in freeze dried pellets and it must be used within 6 hours of dissolving it with the sterile water if stored at 2-8°C.

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Postby LDNAwareAdvocate » Mon Mar 29, 2010 12:09 am

I could answer what I've been told, but I would feel more comfortable having a pharmacist give you the correct answer. You might want to e-mail Dr. Skip Lenz, a pharmacist in Florida who does a lot of compounding of LDN. His e-mail is: skipthepharm@aol.com. His website (with that e-mail address on it) is: http://www.skipspharmacy.com. Although he requires a prescription and is in no way connected with River Pharmacy in Canada, he would be the best person to ask this question.

I hope this helps!
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Postby lilsis » Sun Aug 15, 2010 9:48 pm

according to the lowdosenaltrexone.org website, it recommends LDN in liquid form be kept refrigerated.
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Postby selkie » Sun Aug 15, 2010 11:29 pm

lilsis wrote:according to the lowdosenaltrexone.org website, it recommends LDN in liquid form be kept refrigerated.


Some people only make 1/2 table to equal amt of water at a time and then refrigerate. Other people had said it's okay to do the whole tablet w/ equal amt of water & I've been keeping it refrigerated. Looks like it'll last a little over a week for one tablet to an equal pt water.
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