VITAMIN INJECTIONS

Myers Cocktail
Myers’ Cocktail consists of magnesium, calcium, vitamin B-5 (dexpanthenol), vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine), vitamin B-12 (hydroxycobalamin), vitamin B complex, and Vitamin C. It is an IV vitamin therapy that promotes healing and replenishes energy.

Conditions that may be improved with Myers’ Cocktail: Chronic Fatigue, chronic depression, acute or chronic muscle spasm, fibromyalgia, migraine headaches, narcotic withdrawal, seasonal allergic rhinitis, respiratory problems, asthma, cardiovascular disease, ischemic vascular disease, congestive heart failure, athletes who need quick recovery, acute viral illness/colds, acute Infections.


Vitamin C injections
Vitamin C is essential for a number of basic body functions, including the health of the skin, bones and teeth. It is also essential for recovery from illness. Severe deficiency of vitamin C can result in scurvy, a disease that can lead to severe anemia, skin hemorrhages and even death.

Glutathione Injections
Glutathione is an antioxidant produced in cells. Glutathione benefits may be to reduce oxidative stress, increases mobility for patients suffering from Parkinson’s and Peripheral Artery Disease, improves diabetic glucose control by reducing insulin resistance, may help with asthma symptoms. 

Vitamin B12 injections
Vitamin B12 is an essential nutrient that is present naturally in meat, seafood and dairy foods and is added to products such as cereal and nutritional yeast. Older adults and people with certain conditions, however, may be unable to absorb dietary B12. Such individuals may be prescribed a vitamin B12 shot to prevent deficiency. Additionally, vitamin B12 injections are sometimes prescribed as energy boosters.

Vitamin B12 is an essential nutrient for brain and heart function and overall health. It aids red blood cell formation and DNA synthesis. It also helps lower levels of the amino acid homocysteine; elevated homocysteine levels have been linked to conditions such as heart disease, osteoporosis, depression and dementia. In the short term, a vitamin B12 deficiency can cause fatigue, low blood pressure, muscle weakness and mental fogginess. In the long term, it could lead to mood disturbances, hallucinations, high homocysteine levels and symptoms that mimic Alzheimer's, such as memory loss and difficulty concentrating.