L-glutamine is an amino acid that has a broad range of uses. It is the primary fuel for cells of the small intestine, making it essential for addressing leaky gut, SIBO, and other intestinal issues. It is also in cancer therapy for the treatment of chemotherapy-related neuropathies. L-glutamine is required for the functioning of white blood cells, so it is indicated in any conditions of low immunity including colds, flu, or other infections. It can help build muscle mass and improve energy overall, and is a one of the three amino acids necessary in building the master antioxidant called glutathione.
Naltrexone is a medication that is used conventionally in the treatment of opiate addiction. In low dose naltrexone therapy (LDN), though, it is used to treat a wide range of autoimmune diseases and is commonly used in cancer therapy as well. LDN is an immune modulator and so is indicated in any conditions characterized by an imbalanced immune response. The physiological effect of LDN is to increase the production of endorphins, which are the body's natural "feel good" molecules. In this way, LDN can also have a positive impact on depression and general wellbeing.
Niacinamide is the amide form of the B vitamin niacin. Niacinamide has a wide range of uses in the body. It has an anti-anxiety effect that is equivalent to benzodiazepine medications. It is closely tied to energy production, and in fact is one of the central nutrients involved in all cellular ATP production. Niacinamide also sensitizes cancer cells to the effects of radiation, and so is an important component of many complementary cancer treatment programs.
This IC has ingredients to Balance all hormones. Estradiol Signals have been left out due to safety reasons. Anastrozole has been added to prevent androgens from converting to estrogen. To support central hormonal control Pituitary and Hypothalamus