Spanish LDN - some info that may help others...

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Spanish LDN - some info that may help others...

Postby jgkarob » Sat Jul 16, 2011 2:56 am

Hi,
Well after the rather useless info here, I managed to read the Spanish foros on how to get LDN.
There are NO compounding farmacias in mainland Spain.
You have to get your hands on a packet of 50mg Naltrexone and do it at home, but this is what I've been doing for 2 years, so no problem.

To obtain the Naltrexone, you can talk a farmacist into selling it to you, or get a private prescription. I'm off the farmacia soon to go and talk to their boss.

It costs - 43 euros a packet. That's 43 euros for over 10 months of LDN.
That's a lot cheaper than in the US or Canada.

Once I get the Naltrexone, I'll put up info on the LDN Trust and try to be of help to others who may find themselves in this position and who don't have much monthly income. :D :D
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Postby jgkarob » Sat Jul 16, 2011 1:18 pm

Even better news. I spoke to my local farmacia, told them all about LDN and asked if I could buy a packet of Naltrexone and that it would last nearly a year and they were perfectly happy to sell me a packet.
I'll pick it up on Monday and it will cost the grand sum of 23 euros.
This has to be the cheapest LDN ever. I'm very pleased indeed and if anyone else on the Spanish mainland needs info, point them here.
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