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IV/IM Vitamin Therapy


Intravenous Vitamin & Mineral Infusions

Intravenous vitamin and mineral Infusions can be very helpful as chronically ill patients often are depleted in magnesium, B-vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients.  As these nutrients become depleted, the enzymes that they form also become depleted.  This leads to a complex situation in which the enzymes needed to absorb vitamins and minerals are deficient, which leads to even more nutrient deficiencies.  And the problem here is that

because of decreased absorption, simply giving the patient vitamins and minerals orally often cannot correct the problem.  Thus it is a way to replenish depleted vitamins and minerals even when their absorption is impaired. Often patients feel better right away. The infusions are easy to administer and completely safe.

Reasons to get IV Vitamin Therapy Include:

1. Boost your immune system
2. Increase energy and improve mood
3. Assit in detox of the body
4. Prevent illness
5. Increase the healing and recovery process
6. Improve mental clarity and focus
7. Relieve stress

IV & IM Nutrients Offered

IV Myer’s Cocktail IV Glutathione IV High Dose Vitamin C (Pur-C, Sodium Ascorbate) IM Injections: 1. Rejuvenation Shot (Excellent for those over 65 needing a boost in energy). 2. Sympatholytic Shot (Excellent for the younger individual that is stressed, tense, and anxious). The commonly known Myers’ Cocktail, is known to assist in alleviating conditions such as Fibromyalgia, muscle pain, asthma, depression, migraines and more. The Myers cocktail contains a variety of nutrients which include magnesium, calcium, B-vitamins, and Vitamin C. People with conditions relating to nutrition deficiencies and chronic fatigue are also proven to benefit from this treatment. You do not need to have a pre-existing medical condition to get IV Vitamin therapy. Most people get IV Vitamin Drips as therapy to assist in reducing stress, removing toxins from the body, balancing hormones, strengthening immunity and attaining healthier-glowing skin. Why is Vitamin C Essential? High dose Sodium Ascorbate vitamin C was first introduced into widespread use in the 1940s by Dr. Fred Klenner MD, and later continued by Dr. Robert Cathcart, and Linus Pauling, PhD. Over the years various studies have demonstrated its value in addressing a broad spectrum of chronic conditions for its anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-cancer properties. In addition, it has been successfully used to treat many infectious conditions such as sepsis, Mumps and Lyme. Furthermore, it’s been shown that Vitamin C is essential for peak functioning of the immune system and has been found to stabilize the normal state of cells by reducing virus production and promoting synthesis of various proteins. Amongst its many benefits, Vitamin C reduces the impact of STRESS on the immune system, improves hemoglobin status which in turn improves the oxygen supply to tissue, and has been proven to be an important component in building new collagen tissue, a strong factor in healing trauma and re-building ligaments, tendons and cartilage. Vitamin C is one of the most powerful anti-oxidants, as it defends the cells against high levels of harmful free radicals produced by our modern age environmental pollutants, radiation, tobacco, metabolic stress, and can help the body achieve an optimal level of performance and efficiency. Vitamin C plays a functional role in the body as a cofactor in multiple reactions: Collagen synthesis Carnitine synthesis Tyrosine synthesis and catabolism Neurotransmitter synthesis. Drug and steroid metabolism. As a reducing agent in enzymatic reactions. And finally, as an antioxidant against oxidative stress. "What about the risk of kidney stones? My doctors told me not to take Vitamin C..." •Vitamin C has no known toxic dosage in patients without preexisting renal conditions. •A large study, the Harvard Prospective Health Professional Follow-Up Study: The intake of high doses of Vitamin C does not increase the risk of calcium oxalate kidney stones..." The members of the group with the highest Vitamin C intake "had a lower risk of kidney stones than those with the lowest intake." •Serum Vitamin C levels were examined in relation to the history of kidney stones in over 10,000 subjects, and no evidence was found to indicate that high Vitamin C levels increased the prevalence of kidney stones. Conversely, the higher the Vitamin C levels in the blood, the lower the incidence of kidney stones. [Simon (1999), 10090119] •In a Harvard study on 85,557 women with no history of kidney stones, Vitamin C intake was not associated with risk of developing kidney stones. The Harvard researchers advised that "routine restriction of Vitamin C to prevent stone formation appears unwarranted."[Curhan(1999), 10203369] •Continuous Vitamin C infusions of 50 grams daily were given over an eight-week period in terminal cancer patients with no definable negative side effects.[Casciari(2001), 11384106] •"..194,054 g, or 427 lbs of IV Vitamin C" were administered to 275 patients with no sign of kidney disease, or any other significant side effects over a 16-year period.“ (2002) Jackson et al

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