Boost Your Immune System
A powerful IV push of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants delivered directly into the bloodstream.
Why use intravenous (IV) nutrition?
IV administration of nutrients can achieve serum concentrations that that cannot be obtained using oral dosing. This allows higher serum concentrations of Vitamin C and Magnesium to be achieved. IV administration is also appropriate where digestive health is compromised and absorption of orally administered nutrients may be poor.
What’s in the Meyers Cocktail?
The Cocktail includes magnesium 1000MG, B-Vitamins (B12, B6 102 MG, B5 (Pantothenic Acid) 252 MG, B3 (Niacin) 100mg, B1 100mg), and Vitamin C 2500mg, and is given by a slow IV push or slow infusion to achieve concentrations of nutrients that are not obtainable with oral administration.
Who can benefit from a Myers’ Cocktail?
Almost anyone can benefit from this therapy. This includes those who feel healthy overall but may want an additional boost in mood or energy. It may be useful in those with a higher need for specific nutrients including athletes, students, or professionals under high levels of acute or chronic stress, as well as those with lowered immune function. Improvement has also been documented after administration of Meyer’ Cocktail in situations where people suffer from the following conditions:
How Often Is A Myers’ cocktail Given?
The frequency of treatment depends on the individual patient as well as the conditions being treated. For more acute conditions, like sinusitis, acute muscle spasm, or an upper respiratory infection, only one or two treatments are required. In preparation for ant athletic events such as a marathon or sports competition, or in anticipation of high stress (weddings, travel, exams), a Myers’ Cocktail may be used weekly over three to five weeks, or more. Frequency is typically tapered down as symptom improvement is noted. A Myers’ Cocktail can also be given monthly for more chronic conditions like migraines, allergies, and general health maintenance and to help support immune function. Ongoing conditions such as fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, and depression would be assessed on an individual basis.
Are there any side effects?
The Myer’s Cocktail often produces a sensation of heat and light-headedness, particularly with large doses or rapid administration. This is easily avoided with slower administration of the therapy.