Dream-Enhancement with Naltrexone

"Side Effects and Dosing of Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)".


"Experience in using this [Naltrexone] has demonstrated most commonly, .. sleep ... with vivid, bizarre ... dreams".

"The use of low-dose naltrexone (LDN) ...". CLIN RHEUMATOL. 2014; 33(4): 451–459.


"The most common side effect we have observed is the reporting of more vivid dreams, which is seen in approximately 37 % of the participants. ... As a side effect, vivid dreams develop rapidly (as soon as the first dosing) ... ."

"Low Dose Naltrexone -- General Discussion".


"I started on LDN about a year ago. I started very low at .025 and have worked up very slowly to 1.5 mg. My goal is 3. I use a topical creme that I rub on my inner wrists at night. ... I am a very sensitive person and the capsules were too much for me. The only side effects I had when I started was a little insomnia but nothing serious and really cool dreams. The latter is something I enjoy. "

"Naltrexone Related Abnormal Dreams".


"I think my dreams were more fun and memorable for the first week .."

"Vivid dreaming for a week I'm taking LOW DOSE NALTREXONE (LDN)"

"Naltrexone for Lumbosacral Plexopathy".


"more vivid dreaming which is actually interesting. The dream content does not appear to have changed, but they do seem more real".


"Death in the Air: An Experience with Naltrexone (exp66772)".


"I've been addicted to opiates on and off for the past 5 years, and because of a recent relapse I am being forced to take naltrexone. ... Naltrexone treatment has a notoriously low compliance rate, and now I understand why. ...

The day I started on this stuff, ... That night I had a vivid dream, in which various aspects of my self appeared as other people. They were large or small, sick or healthy, according to their influence and importance in my life. Among this mostly ordinary group was a thin, bent man with a hat. I suddenly realized he was the naltrexone I had taken, and that he did not belong there, that he was an invader. At the same time, the man turned, and I saw he had no face - there was just a black void where his head should have been. When I woke up the next morning the ... feeling of that dream seemed to flow out into the real world, and it has been with me since. It ... gradually fades, but it never goes away completely."

{N.B. The voluntary ingesters of this (who were taking it so as to resist some chronic ailment) reported pleasant, delightful dreaming; whereas the involuntary ingester of this (who was "being forced to take" it so as better to resist temptation by opiates) sensed being constantly under threat -- the threat was appropriately being posed by the praeternatural divinity governing the naltrexone, so as to warn away from opiates.}


"Naltrexone; 16590-41-3; Vivitrex; ReVia; N-Cyclopropylmethylnoroxymorphone; Vivitrol". https://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/compound/naltrexone#section=Top

"Naltrexone is a noroxymorphone derivative with competitive opioid antagonistic property. Naltrexone reverses the effects of opioid analgesics by binding to the various opioid receptors in the central nervous system, including the mu-, kappa- and gamma-opioid receptors. This leads to an inhibition of the typical actions of opioid analgesics, including analgesia, euphoria, sedation, respiratory depression, miosis, bradycardia, and physical dependence. Naltrexone is longer-acting and more potent compared to naloxone."


"The Corporate, Political and Scientific History of Naltrexone ". http://www.lowdosenaltrexone.org/gazorpa/History.html

"Naltrexone was originally synthesized in 1963 and patented in 1967 as “Endo 1639A”
(US patent no. 3332950) ... .

"Other 50mg versions of naltrexone are named

Nalorex (manufactured by Bristol-Myers Squibb in the UK);

Nodict (manufactured by Sun Pharma in India);

altima (manufactured by INTAS in India),

Narpan (by Duopharma in Malaysia),

Antaxone (by Pharmazam in Spain),

Celupan (by Lacer in Spain),

Narcoral (by Siton in Italy),
Nemexin (Bristol Myers Squibb in Germany), as well as  

Revez, Naltrexona, and Naltrexonum."

"Naltrexone in substantially lower doses (Low Dose Naltrexone) is showing great promise as a treatment for multiple sclerosis, Crohn’s disease, AIDS, rheumatoid arthritis, celiac disease, CFIDS, lupus".

"US patent no. 3332950". https://libpatent.com/ptab/docket/748815/IPR2018-00943/US-Patent-No-3332950


"Naltrexhttps://libpatent.com/ptab/docket/748815/IPR2018-00943/US-Patent-No-3332950one". https://www.drugs.com/ingredient/naltrexone.html

"Brand names: Vivitrol, Revia, Depade"

"NALOREX" (UK Edition ). https://www.drugs.com/uk/nalorex-50mg-film-coated-tablets-leaflet.html

"Active substance(s) : NALTREXONE HYDROCHLORIDE".

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