That LDN “disrupts dissociative amnesiac barriers” is very interesting to me. For the last decade (I’m 22 yrs old now) I’ve lived with an autoimmune thyroid disorder. Started out as Graves’ but I think I’m Hashimoto’s now. I’m very interested and optimistic about taking LDN (in tandem with other appropriate treatments) based on all the research I’ve done on it. It seems like the most promising way to begin unravelling my autoimmunity. But both my dad and older brother suffered from schizophrenia, and I’ve experienced a lot of traumas in my life. From your use of the term ‘patients’ I’m guessing you’re a practitioner of some sort… Can you describe *what could happen* in any more detail? Dream-retrieval of previously forgotten traumas?
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