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Myers' Cocktail IV

It can help to relieve the symptoms of acute diseases and chronic illnesses through regular administration. 

Named after the late doctor John Myers, this IV treatment is one of the most popular in the industry.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C may be given by intravenous (IV) infusion or taken by mouth. When given by IV infusion, vitamin C can reach much higher levels in the blood than when it is taken by mouth.

Prevent a cold, flu or allergy flare-up with a super boost of Vitamin C to your immune system.

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Glutathione

Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant. It’s the combination of three amino acids: glutamate, glycine and cysteine. Our bodies need these amino acids for optimal health.

Glutathione is different from many other antioxidants because it’s produced naturally by the body instead of relying on outside sources to obtain it. However, if your body can’t produce enough glutathione on its own, a glutathione IV drip can be a valuable source of supplementation.

B-Complex

Eating a healthy diet is usually sufficient to get enough vitamin B. But sometimes your body does not absorb enough of the vitamins, and can lead to health disorders if a vitamin B complex supplement is not introduced.

Have you been feeling fatigued, lightheaded, or weak lately? If so, a lack of vitamin B12 might be to blame. Research shows that 40% of Americans don’t get enough of this vital nutrient.

Luckily, vitamin B12 IV therapy from our provider can give you all the vitamin B12 you need to feel good as new and help your body reach peak performance.

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Carnatine

 IV therapy with carnitine can start working immediately because the nutrient goes straight into your bloodstream. You can also receive other vitamins and nutrients intravenously at the same time, making it a comprehensive nutrition therapy.

It enhances fat metabolism by transporting fatty acids into your cells known as mitochondria. Mitochondria act as engines within your cells that burn down fats to create useable energy.

B-1

Vitamin B1 prevents complications in the nervous system, cardiovascular system, and gastrointestinal tract. It also plays a vital role in electrolyte flow between extracellular fluid and the muscle or nerve cells.

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B-6

Vitamin B6 helps with producing hemoglobin and enhancing your oxygen supply. Homocysteine Regulation: Homocysteine converts proteins into different substances that your body relies on, but having too much of it in your blood could cause heart disease. Vitamin B6 keeps your homocysteine levels from getting too high.

Folic Acid

FOLIC ACID prevents and treats low levels of folate (vitamin B9) in your body. Folate plays an important role in forming red blood cells and maintaining brain health.

Moreover, vitamin B9, more commonly known as folic acid, has long been touted as one of the most vital nutrients for pregnancy and hormonal balance. 

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