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Why is LDN Only Available as a Compounded Medication?

T&C Compounding – Experts in the Compounding of LDN

Why is LDN only available as a compounded medication?

Naltrexone is commercially available only in a 50 mg tablet. However, low dose naltrexone (LDN) therapy is usually prescribed as 1.5 mg to 4.5 mg per day, adjusted to the correct dose depending on the patient’s response. Compounding pharmacies use naltrexone powder from FDA approved facilities to formulate individualized dosing based on a prescription order. Prescribers should ensure that the compounding facility they choose is an accredited compounding lab.

Examples of common compounded dosage forms

  • Capsules
  • Suspensions
  • Transdermal creams
  • Rapid dissolve tablets (RDT’s)
  • Other

Do You Need a Referral to a Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) Prescriber?

T&C Compounding works with the most prestigious providers. We work with you and health providers/specialists to formulate the most customized medication regimens to fit your specific needs. Medication is not one-size-fits-all, our compounding specialists use precise compounding techniques & equipment to get you the best solution.

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Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

It’s important to ask questions when researching medications, especially when it comes to pain relief. Many individuals looking for alternatives to addictive opioids have found Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) can be the solution. T&C Compounding’s  John Herr, RPh., has become a national expert by studying and connecting with global experts in LDN, and has helped a vast amount of patients get through chronic pain. Contact T&C to get more info.

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Finding solutions for chronic pain & autoimmune conditions can be a difficult process. Share your positive experience of Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) with others that are considering and researching non-opioid options. Hearing real-life results from real patients & providers can give individuals the confidence they need.

T&C Compounding holds regular seminars connecting patients & providers with newest advancements in utilizing LDN for Chronic Pain & Autoimmune Conditions. We are always welcoming patients that have found success to share their stories with the community. We encourage you to share with individuals that may be suffering, so that they may find the relief they are looking for.

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Do You Suffer From Chronic Pain or an Autoimmune Condition?


Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) has grown as patients' preferred alternative to addictive opioids. 

T&C LDN Experts can help refer you to a prescriber in your area & provide you with more information.

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