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IV Nutrient Therapy

Type of nutrients using IV drip:

    • Meyer’s Cocktail (developed in 1970’s by Dr John Meyer at Johns Hopkins University) – for a number of conditions such as chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, depression, muscle spasm, asthma, hives, congestive heart failure, chest pain, infections, and senile dementia.

    • Vitamin C – for nutritional support for cancer and chemotherapy patients.

    • B vitamins – to help with attention, focus and energy.

    • Vitamin B12 – for optimizing energy pathways, iron absorption and extremely important for vegetarians and vegans.

    • Magnesium – is a vital mineral in many physiological functions in the body. It is particularly useful for cardiac, diabetic and hypertensive patients.

    • Zinc and selenium – to help support the thyroid, immune system, and insulin deficiency.

    • Amino acids – vital for cell structure and normal function (important for brain health).

    • Glutathione – for anti-aging, anti-cancer, improves liver and brain functions.

    • R Lipoic Acid – for recycling Vitamin C, and helping those suffering from diabetes by improving insulin sensitivity and lowering blood sugar levels.

FAQ for IV Nutrient Therapy

Why take nutrients (including vitamins) intravenously instead of in food or pill form? 

Stress, food intolerance, a medical illness and GI conditions such as IBS, IBD, Crohn’s can inhibit the absorption of important substances such as calcium, magnesium, zinc, selenium, vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, C, folic acid, glutathione, or biotin.
IV Nutrient Therapy is a tool for doctors to safely and efficiently administer high dosages of nutrients that the body would not be able to absorb through food or oral supplementation alone.

How does IV therapy work?

IV therapy bypasses the GI tract and provides a direct route of delivery for essential nutrients. This provides for faster absorption and delivery of nutrients at the cellular level.

What are the benefits of IV nutrient therapy?

For Eye – reduces macular degeneration, cataracts, and diabetic neuropathy.
For Heart – strengthens arteries, making it easier for the heart to circulate blood through the body.
For Well-being – assists with symptoms associated with the aging process such as a loss of skinelasticity, weight gain, fatigue and illness.
For pre and post surgery – pre-op drips reduces risk of infection and speeds up wound healing and post-op drips help body detoxify from anesthesia and reduce recovery time.

Who is IV therapy good for?

Anyone can benefit from IV therapy but some more likely candidates or conditions include: athletes, adrenal fatigue/ insufficiency, common old, weak immune system, fatigue, hormone imbalance, low mood, digestive disorders, skin issues, heavy metal build-up, brain fog, upper respiratory tract infections and many more.

By IV catheters introduced into the vein using a needle. The needle is removed, leaving the end of the plastic catheter tube in the arm, which is then taped into place to allow nutrients to flow directly into the vein.

What are the Side Effects?

As long as there are no known allergies and assessed by the physician as having no contraindication, the only side effect can be slight pain to the injection site.

How long does IV therapy take?

Depending on the form of IV therapy the time frame for your drip can range from 20-30 minutes.

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