IV Vitamin Therapy

Myers' Cocktail

One of the most popular vitamin and mineral IV therapies used for decades. See below for specific ingredients and uses.

High Dose Vitamin C

Often used for its anti-oxidant support. Many non-conventional therapies use vitamin c therapy. Some report for cancers and viruses.

Chelation Therapy

Chelation IV therapy is used to reduce heavy metals in the body. It has also been studied in heart patients for dissolving plaque but remains controversial.

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IV Vitamin / Mineral Therapy: Injectable Nutrition, A Different Approach to Nutritional Supplementation

IV Vitamin Therapy includes the intravenous delivery of micro-nutrients which may include:

  • Vitamins
  • Minerals
  • Amino Acids

Delivery of these micro-nutrients via an injection or intravenously allows delivery of much higher doses of nutrients.

Revitalize with IV Vitamin / Nutrition Therapy

Many different combinations of IV Therapy may be administered for:

  • Improving athletic performance.
  • Assist with hangover recovery.
  • Assist with combating viral and bacterial illness.
  • Increase energy and endurance.

Help to replenish and revitalize the body at the cellular level.

Common IV Vitamin, Mineral or Amino Acid Treatments

Ascorbic Acid Vitamin C IV Therapy

Vitamin C IV Therapy is often used for immune support, antioxidant, antiviral, anti-infection. It’s sometimes used to help with fatigue and chronic illnesses.
 

Vitamin B12 Injections

Vitamin B12 Injections are not delivered through IV generally. As an injectable B12 is used to increase RBCs. It can be used in some cases to treat anemia. Many vegans or those taking Metformin for age management and insulin resistance me benefit from vitamin B12 supplementation. Metformin, although a promising age management medication related to pre-diabetes, weight-loss and insulin resistance, may lower B12 levels in some individuals.

Vitamin B Complex

Vitamin B-Comples sually includes vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5 and B6. It is typically included as part of a Myers’ Cocktail and has been said improve mood and metabolic function.

Injectable Amino Acids

 BCAA is an acronym for branched-chain amino acids. They are generally administered by intramuscular or subcutaneous injection. These compounds will generally include the following amino acids:
  • L-leucine
  • L-isolucine
  • L-valine

In addition, some compounds may include other formulations such as L-arginine, L-citrulline, and L-ornithine. This formulation is produced to stimulate nitric oxide production which can aid in blood circulation and muscle endurance.

L-Glutathione Anti-Oxidant

L-Glutothione is known as a powerful anti-oxidant. It’s believed to assist in the repair of damaged cells, detoxification of the liver, and reduction of toxins within the body.

EDTA: Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid – IV Therapy

Chelation therapy used to reduce oxidative stress. Chelation therapy is often used to treat acute and chonic lead poisoning and other heavy metals from the bloodstream. The compound’s molecules bind to the heavy metals as part of the detoxification process. In some cases it has often been tried on those with cardiovascular disease to help dissolve plaques, but the safety of chelation therapy for heart disease is unknown.

Myers’ Cocktail / Modified Myer’s Cocktail – IV Therapy

Many patients report benefits from the Myers’ Cocktail. It has been used for decades by thousands for general health and wellness. Some of the benefits reported from Myers’ Cocktail include:

  • Improvement in fatigue / more energy
  • Improvement with chronic sinusitis
  • Reduction in migraines

And a host of other ailments that may be due to vitamin / mineral deficiencies.

Common modified Myers’ Cocktail formula includes:

  • Ascorbic acid
  • Pyridoxine
  • Methylcobalamin
  • Calcium gluconate
  • Magnesium sulfate
  • Vitamin B-Complex
 

 

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Tells us some basics. Example: Your goals, energy level, symptoms, weight (BMI), anti-aging desires, exercise, nutrition, smoker/non-smoker, etc.
 

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