1. [WARNING] Rheumatoid drug linked to FRIGHTENING new risks

    Baseball season’s almost here… and this pandemic stuff has officials messing with the rules.

    They’re switching up everything from where players can stand to the length of the games.

    But there’s one rule they’ll NEVER touch…

    Three strikes, and yer OUT.

    If only it were that simple when it comes bad drugs!

    There’s a new warning for a multibillion-dollar drug aimed at millions of Americans battling autoimmune disorders.

    It’s the THIRD one in just TWO years

    But it’s STILL on the market… despite serious and even potentially deadly risks.

    Fortunately, as you’ll see in a moment, these are risks NO ONE with these conditions needs to face to get some relief.

    The BAD-NEWS drug that got even WORSE

    The drug is called tofacitinib, sold as Xeljanz – and if you’ve never heard of it, congratulations.

    Now, do you best to keep it that way…

    Because the FDA says a new study finds a higher risk of heart problems and cancer, especially among older folks.

    Past warnings were over the higher dosages of the drug. But now, whoops, turns out even the low doses can WRECK you good.

    We’re on strike 3

    And yet knowing them, they probably won’t do much of anything…

    Despite a long, long, long list of horrors.

    Don’t believe me?

    A few years ago, they sent me the label info… and this little tissue-thin paper printed on both sides kept unfolding and unfolding…

    Revealing risk after risk of cancer, pulmonary embolism, pneumonia, cellulitis, herpes, shingles, UTIs, diverticulitis, appendicitis…

    And a whole buncha things ending in -osis, none of them good, like tuberculosis… cryptococcosis… and pneumocystosis.

    With all that and more on the line, you can guess the other big risk: DEATH.

    Yeah, that’s also what the “new” study found. Except if I knew about this years ago… if it was on the darned LABEL years ago… they can’t really claim this is “new,” can they?

    Watch ’em try anyway, as they hem and haw… and do everything they can to AVOID pulling this off the market.

    They might even pull the old “patients don’t have any other choice!” card.

    Now, in most cases, there’s no TRUE cure for conditions like rheumatoid arthritispsoriatic arthritis… and ulcerative colitis.

    But there’s ALWAYS another choice. (And let’s not kid ourselves -- because the drug isn’t a “cure” either).

    In fact, there are some steps you can take to get real relief.

    For rheumatoid arthritis, start with probiotics and vitamin B6.

    Ulcerative colitis will often improve with a careful diet and those same probiotics.

    But there’s also another option – one I’ve seen lead to results so dramatic they almost seem impossible.

    You don’t hear me recommend drugs often… but a drug called naltrexone, often given for opioid addiction, appears to work wonders on autoimmune conditions.

    There’s a trick to using it the right way, though…

    The dose has to be SO low… it might have to be custom-made by a compounding pharmacist.

    In the care of a doc, low-dose naltrexone can deliver dramatic improvements in these and other autoimmune disorders.

    In Your Corner,

    Dr. Allan Spreen

  2. MIRACLE CURE for chronic pain, RA, fibro, and more? [Shocking]

    MIRACLE CURE for chronic pain, RA, fibro, and more? [Shocking]

    You’re not going to BELIEVE what I’m about to recommend to you today.

    There’s NEW HOPE for millions of Americans facing the horrors of some of today’s most agonizing conditions.

    This cutting-edge treatment can help not only with some of the most complicated and difficult diseases in the world

    It can ALSO make some of the most dangerous drugs in the pharmacy OBSOLETE!

    It’s already been used successfully for so-called “mystery” conditions… such as chronic pain, chronic fatigue, and fibromyalgia… as well as autoimmune diseases.

    It’s even shown promise for neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.

    The SHOCKER?

    It’s NOT a natural therapy, herbal remedy, or non-drug treatment of any kind.

    Just the opposite. It’s a DRUG!

    But in order for it to ERASE any number of troubling conditions that may be PLAGUING you… you’ve got to use it in JUST the right away.

    Here’s how.

    The ONE MIRACLE DRUG I recommend

    It’s the surprising way I’ve helped my own patients with debilitating autoimmune illnesses, including:

    • rheumatoid arthritis
    • ulcerative colitis
    • Hashimoto’s thyroiditis
    • Graves’ disease
    • lupus
    • psoriasis
    • multiple sclerosis
    • and more.

    And it’s exactly what you NEVER expected me to recommend.

    The drug is called naltrexone.

    At normal doses, the drug blocks opioid receptors, which is why it’s often given for opioid addiction.

    But cutting-edge docs have discovered that very, very low doses of it – so low, you’re hardly taking it – can do something even more important.

    It can help BEAT all of those conditions… and more!

    It seems to do three things at once:

    1. NORMALIZE immune function
    2. RESTORE the inflammatory response, and
    3. KICKSTART production of pain-fighting endorphins.

    Now, it doesn’t ALWAYS work for EVERYONE…

    But the effects in many patients -- including people who’ve tried EVERYTHING else first, and failed -- have been nothing short of miraculous.

    You’d THINK the mainstream would be ALL OVER this…

    It’s a drug!

    And if this were a brand-new med capable of raking in billions… I bet they WOULD be.

    But since it was first developed in the 1960s, naltrexone is now a cheap generic.

    NO ONE’S going to make big money off of it… which means NO drug company wants to pump the millions in research needed to win FDA approval for any of these conditions.

    So… as promising as this is, there haven’t been any “major” studies.

    Best we can say is that it seems to work for many people – with some SWEARING by it – and has no real risks.

    Just be sure to work closely with your doc on this.

    And that brings me to the catch. You knew there would be one, right?

    When I say “low dose,” I’m referring to something that, for the most part, doesn’t exist.

    It’s approved and sold at 50 mg. That’s 50 to 100X the 0.5 to 1 mg often used as a starting dose for low-dose treatment.

    Over a period of weeks, patients work their way up to 4.5 mg, which is still less than a TENTH of the “standard” dosage sold in pharmacies.

    Some people are able to make their own low-dose naltrexone by turning those 50mg tablets into a liquid…

    But a much better option is to bring a doctor’s prescription for a compounding pharmacy.

    A compounding pharmacist can custom-blend the right dose to your doctor’s specific orders.

    In Your Corner,

    Dr. Allan Spreen

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